Simplewall-Firewall

Discussion in 'other firewalls' started by co22, Oct 25, 2016.

  1. korben

    korben Registered Member

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    July will come seeing final version I hope.

    Many thanks for your work
     
  2. Rasheed187

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    The new version looks pretty cool, nice that you added a network monitor. At the moment I'm still using WFC, mainly because of its simplicity. But I just may have to check out Simplewall.
     
  3. Fad

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    "Block for now - ask later" has disappeared (intentional or a bug ?)

    Otherwise v3.0.2 working OK, no obvious problems.
     
  4. ieno

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    Very cool open source project, kudos to the dev!

    However, I am seeing some events I have a hard time explaining to myself. For instance, I have added the following rule for WS discovery:
    Code:
    <item name="WSD" rule="ff02::c:3702;239.255.255.250:3702;192.168.0.0/16" dir="2" protocol="17" apps="C:\windows\system32\dashost.exe" is_enabled="true" />
    Yet despite this rule, I still see traffic that matches this rule is being blocked by simplewall:
    Code:
    "‎23-‎Jun-‎19 ‏‎21:52:43","NT AUTHORITY\LOCAL SERVICE","C:\windows\system32\dashost.exe","ff02::c:3702","ws-discovery","UDP","simplewall\BlockConnectionsV6","#88041","Outbound","Blocked"
    There's no other firewall or similar product installed, so I'm not sure what's going on there...maybe I shouldn't be matching IPv4/IPv6 IP/port combo's and subnets in the same rule?

    EDIT1: just checked out how this rule was actually created in the WFP, and the IPv6 address was added with the port being part of the IP, not as the actual port:
    Code:
    <addr>ff02::c:3702</addr>
    EDIT2: solved, using the following syntax (encapsulating the IP in [ ]) seems to be separating IP and port correctly:
    Code:
    [ff02::c]:3702
    Great stuff! :thumb:
     
    Last edited: Jun 23, 2019
  5. mood

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    simplewall v3.0.3 Beta (3 July 2019)
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    v3.0.3 Beta (3 July 2019)
    • added option to show notification window on tray
    • added highlighting for network tab
    • redraw app item on connection change
    • remove "beta" mark from network tab
    • improved wfp transactions
    • fixed ipv6 rules port parsing for system rules (issue #475)
    • fixed direction case for log and notification (issue #474)
    • fixed notification action adds timer (issue #472)
    • fixed timer set does not work (issue #484)
    • fixed notification refresh when app remove
    • fixed configuration reset does not work
    • fixed menu graphics (issue #473)
    • fixed log stack cleanup
    • updated port service names
    • cosmetics fixes
    • fixed bugs
     
  6. Circuit

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    Good question, no answer.
     
  7. Fad

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    v3.0.3 appears to be working OK.....but some rules and permissions had been altered after installing.

    Probably worth checking through your rules to be safe, it might have just been a glitch on my end.
     
  8. henrypp

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    Hello, this is not a bug, this button removed as useless!
     
  9. __Nikopol

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    I still have issues with notifications taking 30 seconds to pop up, ending up in me having to restart a new program three times in order to allow it efficiently.
    I know there was a fix for it a while back because I complained on GitHub, but it is back.
     
  10. henrypp

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    - Displaying timeout was removed in 3.0.1.
    - If you need display already popped up notifications, just hover tray icon for some time.
    - If you about timeout between same notifications, this was configurable (in settings).

    ps: where it's on GitHub?
     
  11. mood

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    simplewall v3.0.4 Beta (23 July 2019)
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    v3.0.4 Beta (23 July 2019)

    NOTE 1: New version fully compatible with 2.x versions profile
    NOTE 2: There is no Windows Vista support anymore (use 2.x versions instead)
    NOTE 3: new profile structure - all configurations are saved in "profile.xml" now (old profile version loading is supported)
    • added rules and blocklist options into main menu
    • set security settings enabled by default
    • set protocol names based on IEEE
    • made correct backups for profile on reset
    • bring notification window to top
    • correct determine connections for apps
    • fixed error message on new device insertion (issue #215)
    • fixed missing connections (issue #423)
    • fixed listview sorting does not save state sometimes
    • fixed listview sorting compare checked items
    • fixed uninstaller does not remove new profile
    • fixed tray menu notifications cosmetics
    • optimized group items counting
    • optimized listview sorting
    • cosmetics fixes
    • fixed bugs
     
  12. mood

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    simplewall v3.0.5 RC (6 August 2019)
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    v3.0.5 RC (6 August 2019)

    NOTE 1: New version fully compatible with 2.x versions profile
    NOTE 2: There is no Windows Vista support anymore (use 2.x versions instead)
    NOTE 3: new profile structure - all configurations are saved in "profile.xml" now (old profile version loading is supported)
    • added option to block outbound connections globally
    • added close connection feature (issue #506)
    • added powerful blocklist configuration
    • removed listen layer
    • skip saving default rules configuration
    • fixed connections port byte order (issue #504)
    • fixed user rules ui bug (issue #500)
    • fixed dropped packets log layout
    • fixed internal rules editor
    • fixed ipv6 rule formatting
    • fixed connections hashing
    • listview menu cosmetics
    • cosmetics fixes
    • fixed bugs
     
  13. korben

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    so looking forward to it, mate!
    keeping my hopes up.
    will support your great product no matter what
     
  14. henrypp

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    Thank you!
     
  15. Fad

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    3.0.5 working OK here - no problems noticed.
     
  16. Antonio Pacheco

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    I've just installed from scratched the last RC (3.0.5) ; it works like a charm to me.
    Keep up the good work dude! :)
     
  17. henrypp

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    Ok, thank you. SW users are awesome, really!
     
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