Release Date: November 10. 2005.
GhostWall is a firewall which allows you to restrict the communications between your computer and others. Unlike other firewalls which have forgotten their main role, GhostWall is simply a firewall mainly designed to replace the standard Microsoft firewall with better features and performance.
Because of the incoming and outgoing Internet traffic that comes in and goes out through your PC, a well-configured firewall is needed when you have to deal with various applications that request Internet connection in order to work properly.
Still, almost all operating systems nowadays have an embedded firewall that can be configured to allow and to block specific network requests.
However, we all know that the firewall controls all the network traffic by analyzing the data packets and determining whether they should be allowed through your computer or not.
The main window is intuitive and it is easy to work with. You don’t need to take time in order to understand how it works. It manages to allow and to block all the mentioned IP addresses by following the rules you set.
Thus, by using GhostWall you have the possibility to allow UDP incoming (also knows as User Datagram Protocol), block all the outgoing protocols and allow the incoming ones, as well as to view the used DHCP. Also, you are able to view the blocked IP addresses, as well as the received and the sent data over the network.
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