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Geo Firewall 1.20

This is a simple protection from accessing Internet of at-risk countries.

From: Verigio Communications

Geo Firewall 1.20 screenshotThis is a simple and yet reliable protection from accidentally accessing Internet websites located in at-risk geographical countries. Save your preferences into a file and load when you need it. 200+ countries and territories. It blocks all TCP/IP and UDP/IP traffic coming out/in from/to computer.
Up until recently, the geographical blocking was only available to large companies with sophisticated and expensive hardware firewalls. Now, Geo firewall allows you to have it on your desktop computer, a laptop, or even on a home server. Once you set the geographical blocking rules, you\'ll be protected from even accidentally reaching the territories that you selected to block. Moreover, Geo Firewall is compatible with other security software you may have. The more levels of defense you have, the harder it is to penetrate. Geo Firewall is a lightweight defense system that allows to separate the countries that you trust from those that you don\'t, thus bolster your Internet security with this powerful technology.

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OS Support: Win2000, WinXP, Win7 x32, Win7 x64, Windows 8, WinServer, WinOther, Win Vista

Version 1.20

Size 6.82Mb

Hits: 0 visitors

Downloads: 68

License: Shareware

Price: 24.95 USD (Buy Now)

Date added: 14 Jun 2016

Last Update: 10 Aug 2015

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