I’ve been using Outpost firewall for a while and just downloaded/installed version 184.108.40.2068. I placed the software in “custom policy mode” and would like to know what the best method is to have the firewall alert me to an incoming/outgoing attempt AND allow me to create a rule for that specific type of traffic on a given port.
I don’t think I like the “training mode” because it defaults allows the connections and I have to review the rules and edit them to my liking AFTERWARDS if I understand it correctly.
I’m accustomed to the way Outpost does it. It asks you if a given app can access a given port/direction and protocol.
I can’t seem to get Comodo do to this. Currently it seems new apps can either be allowed to:
Allow (trusted app)
or allow me to apply a predefined policy to the app.
Can I have the firewall tell me, “RDP is attempting to connect on port 3389 to IP addy a.b.c.d”
Click here to add a rule for outgoing TCP on 3389 to IP a.b.c.d.
Does that make sense?