How to block internet access for certain applications

Not always the applications that we install must connect to the internet, or at least we may not be interested in them doing so for whatever reason ... By default, each application that we install on our PC can freely access the internet connection, in order to look for updates, new resources ... although on occasion it may be a danger, sDo everything if the application can be a source of malware, viruses and more. Through the different firewalls available on the internet, we can block the internet access of the applications that we do not want to do so.

Today we are talking about OneClicFirewall, a firewall that allows us to quickly block those applications that we do not want to connect to the internet. Any other firewall application allows us to perform the same functions as this one, but unlike them, OneClicFirewall allows us to carry out the process in a couple of clicks, as its name reflects.. This application, available for download free of charge through the following link, it comes in a compressed zip file and only consists of an executable file. Once we have executed it, it comes into operation by placing the right mouse button as an option.

To block internet access for any application, we just have to go to the executable file and click on the right button. Below among all the options that appear, we must select Block Internet Access and the application will no longer be able to connect to the internet in any moment. If for whatever reason we want to allow it to connect to the network again, we just have to perform the same steps, but this time selecting Restore Internet Access.


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  1.   Ruben said

    Careful !! When scanning my PC with the McAfee it has found that the program indicated in this article (OneClickFirewall), contains a Trojan (Artemis! 231DF68231BC).