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Managing network applications

To protect your computer from hackers and other threats, the firewall monitors processes that attempt to access the Internet. It also monitors the ports used for communicating with the Internet. You have control over whether SecureAnywhere will allow or block certain processes and port communications.

To change settings for active connections:

  1. Open SecureAnywhere (see Using the SecureAnywhere interface).
  2. Click the PC Security tab.
  3. Click Firewall on the left.
  4. At the bottom of the panel, click View Network Applications.



    The Network Applications panel opens.

  5. Click on a radio button to allow or block a process, or to allow or close a port.