Dear Comodo friends and supporters
I got a problem. I have under C:\ProgamData a subfolder that contains a file that shall
under no circumstances get access to somewhere behind my router. Not directly nor by any bipas.
So I thought well, to make things proper and have a means to use this rule more flexible I did this:
I create under Defense+ a new group.
There I put into my file and other stuff that is probhibeted to acces the net.
Then I create a custom rule under Defense+:
So, you see that I block the DNS.
I would assume now that each file in my 'block group' ( C:\ProgamData\Blockedfiles\*) can not acces the Internet.
However, I was just proven the contrary.
I know we have the tab for 'blocked files'. Defense+ Tasks > Computer Security Policy > Blocked Files
But this is to restricted as Comodo explains:
Defense+ allows you to lock-down files and folders by completely denying all access rights to them from other processes or users - effectively cutting it off from the rest of your system. If the file you block is an executable, then neither you nor anything else is able to run that program. Unlike files that are placed in 'Protected Files and Folders', users cannot selectively allow any process access to a blocked file."
Can you tell me please what I should do?