Testing OA Blocklist Manager

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  1. adam993

    adam993 Registered Member

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    Hi everyone
    I would like to introduce my first security-related application, written in Object Pascal (Delphi).
    With OA Blocklist Manager you can easily update blocklists for Online Armor.
    Currently the OAM (the acronym "OABU" is ugly, please do not use it :)) supports 3-4 test blocklists - I use them to test application, but I'm able to add a support for any other blocklist (I will support 5 or 6) without modyfing the code.

    Note: I can't set the Online Armor to use my blocklists - you have to put these files (application keeps the blocklists in the blocklists subdirectory) into the list of the blocklists in OA manually (Premium and ++ edition only!) - but currently don't do that - I haven't uploaded the blocklists yet!

    The latest build is 0.2.2.12 and what works:
    • starting with Windows
    • portability
    • configuring the blocklists
    • updating the blocklists
    • resetting the blocklists (downloading all the selected blocklists once again)
    Yes I know, there is a tool provided by BlockList Pro, but it's a feature rich application - OAM is simpler and designed to do only one thing - just update the blocklists for OA.
    I will use blocklists from Blocklist Pro + my own :).
    Sounds great? I've attached a few screenshots :)
    I've disabled some controls - please treat this build as "technology preview".
    Application is designed for Windows XP and may not work property under newer editions.
    Download: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3680815/oamanager/program update/oamanager.zip (just unpack the archive, start the oamanager and configure the application).
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  2. Noob

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    So what this does is that it lets you customize OA blacklist? :rolleyes:
     
  3. adam993

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    It just updates the blocklists. If you want to add or remove selected items, you can use built-in OA editor.
     
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    0.2.2.16:
    - decreased application size
    - added confirmation on closing application
    - added window with license agreement
    - improved appearance of update window
    - added hint for an icon in the system tray to show application version

    -http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3680815/oamanager/program%20update/oamanager.zip-
     
  5. adam993

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    I've just uploaded 4 basic blocklists.
    Version 0.0.4.0:
    • working auto-updates
    • fixed bugs related to interface
    • removed glyphs and icons - application must be pretty simple
     
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