How to configure Inbound and Outbound?

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  1. woobook

    woobook Registered Member

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    I use Panda Titanium 2006, Panda automatically configure its firewall as below. I want manually set the permissions. but I am not sure how to configure it. I use dial-up.
    There are four choices:
    Outbound
    Inbound
    Inbound and Outbound
    No Connection

    How to change following configuring:

    Client Server Runtime Process --- CSRSS.EXE Outbound
    File Transfer Program --- FTP.EXE Inbound and Outbound
    Generic Host Process for Win32 Services --- svhost.exe Outbound
    Hostname APP --- hostname.exe Outbound
    Hyper Terminal Applet --- hypertem.exe Outbound
    Internet Explorer --- iexplore.exe Inbound and Outbound
    LSA Shell (Export Version) --- LSASS.EXE Inbound and Outbound
    Microsoft Connection Manager Auto-Download ---cmdl32.exe Outbound
    Microsoft RSVP ---rsvp.exe Inbound and Outbound
    Microsoft Synchronization Manager ---mobsync.exe Outbound
    Microsoft Telnet Client ---telnet.exe Outbound
    mplayer2.exe Outbound
    Multicast Information --- mrinfo.exe Outbound
    Net Command --- net1.exe Outbound
    Net Command --- net.exe Outbound
    NetFlt --- NETFLT.SYS Inbound and Outbound
    nslookup APP --- NSLOOKUP.EXE Outbound
    NT Kernel System --- ntoskrnl.exe Outbound
    Opera Internet Browser --- opera.exe Outbound
    Opera.exe stub --- program\netscape.exe Outbound
    Outlook Express(I use hotmail) ---- msimn.exe Outbound
    Schedule service command line interface --- at.exe Outbound
    Services and Controller app --- SERVICES.EXE Inbound and Outbound
    Spooler SubSystem App --- SPOOLSV.EXE Inbound and Outbound
    TAPI 3.0 Dialer and IP Multicast Conference Viewer --- dialer.exe Outbound
    TCP/IP Arp Command --- arp.exe Outbound
    TCP/IP NetBios Information --- nbstat.exe Outbound
    TCP/IP Ping Command --- ping.exe Outbound
    TCP/IP Remote Copy Command --- rcp.exe Outbound
    TCP/IP Remote Exec Command --- rexec.exe Outbound
    TCP/IP Remote Shell Command --- rsh.exe Outbound
    TCP/IP Route Command --- route.exe Outbound
    TCP/IP Traceroute Commnd --- tracert.exe Outbound
    TCPIP Finger Command --- finger.exe Outbound
    Trivial File Transfer Protocol App --- tftp.exe Outbound
    Windows Explorer --- explorer.exe Outbound
    Windows Messenger (never use it) --- msmsgs.exe Inbound and Outbound
    Windows Movie Maker(what is it?) --- moviemk.exe Outbound
    Windows NT Base API Client DLL --- Kernel32.dll Outbound
    Windows NT Logon Application --- winlogon.exe Outbound
    Windows NetMeeting --- conf.exe Inbound and Outbound

    Thanks for your help!
     
  2. woobook

    woobook Registered Member

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    TCPView show my connection as:

    [System Process]:0 TCP OWNER-xxxxxxxxx:31595 localhost:1060 TIME_WAIT
    [System Process]:0 TCP OWNER-xxxxxxxxx:31595 localhost:1057 TIME_WAIT
    [System Process]:0 TCP OWNER-xxxxxxxxx:31595 localhost:1054 TIME_WAIT
    [System Process]:0 TCP OWNER-xxxxxxxxx:31595 localhost:1093 TIME_WAIT
    [System Process]:0 TCP OWNER-xxxxxxxxx:31595 localhost:1090 TIME_WAIT
    [System Process]:0 TCP OWNER-xxxxxxxxx:31595 localhost:1087 TIME_WAIT
    firefox.exe:1864 TCP OWNER-xxxxxxxxx:1033 localhost:1034 ESTABLISHED
    firefox.exe:1864 TCP OWNER-xxxxxxxxx:1034 localhost:1033 ESTABLISHED
    firefox.exe:1864 TCP OWNER-xxxxxxxxx:1072 localhost:31595 ESTABLISHED
    lsass.exe:488 UDP OWNER-xxxxxxxxx:4500 *:*
    lsass.exe:488 UDP OWNER-xxxxxxxxx:isakmp *:*
    svchost.exe:1104 UDP OWNER-xxxxxxxxx:1026 *:*
    svchost.exe:716 TCP OWNER-xxxxxxxxx:epmap OWNER-xxxxxxxxx:0 LISTENING
    System:4 TCP OWNER-xxxxxxxxx:microsoft-ds OWNER-xxxxxxxxx:0 LISTENING
    System:4 UDP OWNER-xxxxxxxxx:microsoft-ds *:*
    WEBPROXY.EXE:1980 TCP OWNER-xxxxxxxxx:31595 OWNER-xxxxxxxxx:0 LISTENING
    WEBPROXY.EXE:1980 TCP OWNER-xxxxxxxxx:31595 localhost:1072 ESTABLISHED
    WEBPROXY.EXE:1980 TCP owner-xxxxxxxxx:1074 xxxxx.net:http ESTABLISHED
    WEBPROXY.EXE:1980 UDP OWNER-xxxxxxxxx:18001 *:*
    WEBPROXY.EXE:1980 UDP OWNER-xxxxxxxxx:18002 *:*
     
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    woobook Registered Member

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    I changed some of them as followings:

    File Transfer Program --- FTP.EXE Inbound and Outbound--------------Outbound
    Generic Host Process for Win32 Services --- svhost.exe Outbound-----------------Outbound
    Internet Explorer --- iexplore.exe Inbound and Outbound----------------Outbound
    LSA Shell (Export Version) --- LSASS.EXE Inbound and Outbound---------------Outbound
    Microsoft RSVP ---rsvp.exe Inbound and Outbound-----------------no connection
    Microsoft Telnet Client ---telnet.exe Outbound-----------------no connection
    mplayer2.exe Outbound---------------no connection
    Services and Controller app --- SERVICES.EXE Inbound and Outbound-------------Outbound
    Spooler SubSystem App --- SPOOLSV.EXE Inbound and Outbound-------------Outbound
    Windows Messenger (never use it) --- msmsgs.exe Inbound and Outbound-------------no connection
    Windows Movie Maker(what is it?) --- moviemk.exe Outbound-------------no connection
    Windows NetMeeting --- conf.exe Inbound and Outbound----------------no connection

    I can't do more, I don't know very much about the functions of the other processes.
     
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