Keep Internet Filtering Active

Discussion in 'LnS English Forum' started by Kevin_b_er, Jan 18, 2004.

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  1. Kevin_b_er

    Kevin_b_er Registered Member

    Dec 1, 2002
    I'd like to suggest this be altered slightly.

    Apparently, if I close down LnS as per usual, it still filters...

    First, you'll have to pardon me for not knowing how windows handles programs terminating, so I'll use POSIX-style :D :D

    Anyways, if I send LnS a standard kill, it prompts me, and I choose to cancel, minimize, or quit.

    I'm assuming the "Keep Internet Filtering active after application has left." is so a malicious program can't terminate LnS and kill filtering.

    But can't this be altered abit? If I shut down LnS through prompting, I'd like the filtering to STOP. Now on the other hand, if LnS gets SIGKILL'ed (the uncatchable/unstoppable program termination), I'd want filtering to continue.

    This would be a good system imo. Other programs like ZA do this where if ZA dies but filtering is 'on', it will stay on until its shut off via interface. But by closing the interface normally, filtering gets shut off.
  2. Phant0m

    Phant0m Registered Member

    Jun 7, 2003
    “Keep Internet filtering active after the application is left." This Feature offers people a way to exit Look ‘n’ Stop GUI and still have Look ‘n’ Stop Packet Filtering Driver continue.

    If you don’t want Internet Filtering Layer active after Look ‘n’ Stop GUI closes than disable this Feature.

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  3. gkweb

    gkweb Expert Firewall Tester

    Aug 29, 2003
    FRANCE, Rouen (76)
    or uncheck this option and _ensure_ Look'n'Stop will never be terminated by giving a try to Process Guard :

    the trial allow you to protect just one process, give it a try ;)
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