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Applying Rules: Overview

A rule is a permission applied in terms of a certain condition execution. Within the context of AVS Firewall the condition may be an application and IP-address with/without a specified port; permissions applied are either allow or deny. For instance, look at the snapshot below:

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That rule can be put into words in the following way: "Forbid Internet Explorer to establish connection to port 443 of the remote computer with IP-address".

You can create two types of rules using AVS Firewall:

  • Application rules - they regulate all the outbound connections from your computer to the outer environment;
  • External connection rules - they regulate all the inbound connection to your computer from the outer environment.
Note!Note: if there is no rule created for an application or inbound connection yet the Alert Window suggesting to make a decision on a permission will be shown by default.

Please note that AVS4YOU programs do not allow you to copy protected material. You may use this software in copying material in which you own the copyright or have obtained permission to copy from the copyright owner.

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