About Firewall

During use on LANs and the Internet, a computer is exposed to viruses, other malware, and a variety of attacks that exploit vulnerabilities in operating systems and software.

The firewall protects personal data that is stored on the user's computer, blocking most possible threats to the operating system while the computer is connected to the Internet or a local area network. Firewall detects all network connections of the user's computer and provides a list of IP addresses, with an indication of the status of the default network connection.

The Firewall component filters all network activity according to network rules. Configuring network rules lets you specify the desired level of computer protection, from blocking Internet access for all applications to allowing unlimited access.

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