pablozi

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OneClickFirewall is a small app which will give you the ability to block any app from accessing the Internet. It integrates with the Explorer context menu. All you need to do is right click the application you want to block and select "Block Internet Access".

OneClickFirewall is compatible with Windows 10, Windows 8 and Windows 7. It should work in Windows Vista too, but currently I am not able to test it.
OneClick Firewall in action:

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http://winaero.com/request.php?1886
 

Kate_L

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It's riskware (low risk) :)

BTW, this is in EULA.

You are not allowed to sell or to rent this software. You are not allowed to reverse engineer this software.

This software is distributed 'as-is', without any express or implied warranty. The author is not responsible for possible damage, which is caused by use of the software.
 
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_CyberGhosT_

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@pablozi
I woke up Reason Core to have a go at this and this was the result:


Didn't trigger any warnings for me ?
I will try installing on a laptop and post any ill effects.
PeAcE

Here is the EULA in full as written by the author:
Looks pretty standard to me.....

"This software is provided free of charge by Winaero.com but Sergey Tkachenko, called futher as "author", retains copyright. You are not allowed to make any copies or redistribute this software including but not limited to making the software available for download or making this software part of a software CD or any other media compilation. For the exception case you should contact the author directly via email to get the permission.

You are not allowed to sell or to rent this software. You are not allowed to reverse engineer this software.

This software is distributed 'as-is', without any express or implied warranty. The author is not responsible for possible damage, which is caused by use of the software.

You can get more information on the software homepage:
Winaero - Free small and useful software for Windows
E-mail: hb860@live.ru"
 
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_CyberGhosT_

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I have a fully cloned drive, so i took a chance and installed this on my main machine.
What, I'm bored :)
At install it does have a bundled app, see SS.
After install I right clicked on my Origin game client and the options I was presented are below in the last SS.
My process manager is showing no malware related additions, I checked in Process Lasso as well.
Install:


Context Menu Additions:


In my opinion this is not a dangerous software, although it does need better packaging.
Thank You Pablozi :)
PeAcE
 
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Dirk41

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I wanted to ask about this app 1-2 days ago I think , because I check VT too.

Anyway I tried it on a useless netbook and it seems to work , I tried blocking the browsers

It is interesting that you can block also processes : task manager -> right click on a process-> show file path ( or something like that , I am translating from Italian ) and then you find the " .exe" of that process and block it from accessing the Internet ( if it does )
 
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juhful

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Winaero software is not malicious, actually the bundled Tweaker software is a very cool customizing tool for Windows. I have not tried the firewall and believe any security alerts are false positives, as the Tweaker app gets flagged by a lot of Av's even though it's safe.
 
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Spawn

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It'll be submitted on the next signature update.

I added it to the URL exclusions, but after the File Shield notification it disappeared from URL exclusions. :confused::confused: I opened the Virus Chest (Quarantine) and added to global exclusions. It's a minor inconvenience having to exclude the file twice.
 
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pablozi

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The new build has been published - 1.0.0.2
This version solves the FP issues by all vendors except AVAST! and McAfee.
Code:
https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/f4f1d3977622acef3fdd46f06f2526db189eef9a46d4846ceac7fcde336d3148/analysis/1465488453/


Download:
Code:
http://winaero.com/request.php?1886
 

Spawn

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Update @pablozi you can let the dev know.

No longer detected by Avast Antivirus. :)

It was a false positive. The detection will be disabled in the new virus definitions update.

To update virus definition: open Avast and go to > Settings (gear icon) > Update > Virus Definitions - click "Update"

Note: if it is still detected, please allow few hours (up to 24 hrs) and check again
I submitted a ticket and should be resolved, perform a virus definition update in Avast Antivirus. No longer detected by Avast's Web or File Shield, no interference from DeepScreen or Hardened (Moderate) Mode.

However, when I run the file it sits in memory, but I don't see the context menu options?