I had to restore a system image, because my legacy program connected to the internet and became disabled...Screen-Shot of the rule
I am having the exact same problem with KIS 20. In the screenshot you can see that Babylon is denied internet, but it is showing a high network traffic, and the program window is displaying results from Wikipedia, which is an online resource.I had to restore a system image, because my legacy program connected to the internet and became disabled...
In application control, at the right end of the line, there is the network column. I set it to block, and it showed a red X. That is supposed to block internet, correct?
Google Chrome, too, has decided that it is a malicious download, and blocks it, but I was able to download it in MS Edge, and it has a valid digital sig from the vendor. The link is from the official Babylon translation website, it is not third-party.Thanks! FF blocked the download (malicious), I have to manually allow it
So it's working right for you. If you have any ideas what I am doing wrong, let me know...@shmu26:
Hum... it seems I can't reproduce Your issue here (KTS2021beta)... check the rules I created:
The traffic in Babylon services/executables remains static, except that reflected there -> I ran a try to translate one or 2 words online without any blocking rule 1st...
After applying the rules, I constantly "Get to translate offline?..." and the traffic does not change in any Babylon service, I closed Babylon and re ran several times to repeat the test, the same result, no access to network
I did not block the 3 networks. I simply opened application control, and clicked on the network button at the right end of the line, setting it to block.Did you block the 3 networks as in my rule? also, did You block the access to all Babylon services in both groups in AC?