Is there an easy way to do this? I went into COMODO unknowingly “terminating connections” that were running through my Mozilla Firefox only to find out it won’t let me access a website I was on. Don’t ask what I was thinking…
I’m using COMODO Firewall 3.14.147648.588
First place you wan`t to look is Firewall->Advanced->Network security policy. This is where the rules for your applications are stored, see if anything is blocked if it is you can highlight it select Remove and then OK and a new rule will be created the next time you run the app.
Also look under Firewall “My Blocked Zones” to see if anything specific is blocked.
I followed your first instructions and it says under my Firefox with a green check mark “Allow IP Out From IP Any To IP Any Where Protocol Is Any”. So I assume that means my Firefox application is allowed to access the internet.
Your second set of instructions did you mean “My Blocked Network Zones” under “Common Tasks” under " Firewall"? I opened that and there was nothing listed.
Thanks for your response I appreciate it! (:
Still looking for guidance.
Is it still blocking it?
It should have cleared on reboot if it was only a temporary rule created (Just for that session)