this logo's function ?

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  1. -NiCeGuY-

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    Frederic LnS Developer

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    This option is to create sniffer rules, i.e. rules that will not block/allow a packet but just log it.

    Frederic
     
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    HI , Frederic , ty 4 replying me , im new into firewall setting , i got a question , wht is "sniffer" & "sniffer rules" ?

    Another question is whts different of 2.05p2 & 2.05p3 ? Im using 2.05p3

    sorry for my stupid question :p
     
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    It is a rule that will not block/allow a packet but just log it ;)

    In other words, the rest of the ruleset continues to be examined, to know if the packet has to be blocked or not.
    With a standard rule, the packet is allowed or blocked and the other rules are not examined.

    Frederic
     
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    ty for replying me :D


    Another question is whts different of 2.05p2 & 2.05p3 ? Im using 2.05p3 , b/c when i download LnS from LnS offical website , version is 2.05p2 , whts different of them ? tyvm :D
     
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    tyvm , Frederic , i already download 2.06b1 , its work great on my PC ( WinXP Pro ) , and i got another logo's question about its function , see picture :D


    http://i128.photobucket.com/albums/p182/niceguy_hk/1b7303e8.jpg

    how about this logo's function , sorry 4 my stupid question again , because i really dunno

    http://i128.photobucket.com/albums/p182/niceguy_hk/7488c1e2.jpg

    And the second question , in this picture , Automatic Start have 4 choice , i want to ask how different of "start menu" , "system" & "service" ?

    the third question , under Registry Keys , whts function of "extra save" ?

    ty 4 reply :D :cool: ;)
     
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  8. Climenole

    Climenole Look 'n' Stop Expert

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    Hi -NiCeGuY- :)

    1- Double-arrow symbol:

    This control allow a program to launch an other one...

    Example:

    Windows explorer never connect directly to internet but it is needed to launch all the other (like a browser). The double-arrow symbol means that w.e is allowed to do this.

    When this control is disable (no double-arrow symbol) the program is allowed to connect to internet but not to launch an other program to connect to internet...

    2- Different way to start LNS:

    Start menu = you have to start LNS manually <<== edit: wrong! this is a stratup from user's start programs.

    System = LNS is started as a program from HKLM\software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
    Service = LNS is started as a windows service (to check the services: start | run | services.msc ...)

    3- Extra-save

    The list of the authorised programs are saved into a ".reg" file in the LNS folder.

    :)
     
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    HI , Climenole , ty 4 reply my question again , & u r so nice :p ;) ;)
     
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    Climenole Look 'n' Stop Expert

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    Hi -NiCeGuY- :)

    Oups ! :eek:

    The option "start menu" is NOT a manual startup
    but an LNS startup from user start programs...

    Sorry.

    :)
     
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    Hi , Climenole , i got new question about LnS , wht is "LnSSvc" & lnscfg ? i saw those 2 *.exe in LnS folder , whts function of em ? And how to use , sorry 4 stupid question again :p

    ty 4 reply :thumb:
     
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    Hi,

    LnsSvc is used automatically by Look 'n' Stop when you have configured the start mode to SerViCe. You don't have to use it by your own.

    Lnscfg is used to install/uninstall one driver. Again this is automatically used by the setup and the uninstaller, and you don't have to start it manually (except if I ask you to do so :) to solve a problem )

    Frederic
     
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    Hi , Frederic , tyvm 4 reply , i love LnS very much , just using 1,XXXK ram on my pc , i tired few firewall on my pc ( e.g. comodo , outpost , ZA , jetico and LnS ) i like LnS , LnS use less ram & so powerful , great firewall as i see :D
     
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    Me too.... tried all of those FWalls for days and days... LnS is WAY wonderful. HUGE thanks for this worthy best solution..
     
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