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Optimizing Windows Firewall

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#1 Mike_Soda


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Posted 16 April 2017 - 02:47 PM

Due to the recent developments revealed about the NSA exposing Windows hacking tools, I decided to take a look at my advanced Windows Firewall settings. I can export the list of Inbound & Outbound rules to a file but can't upload them in this forum category, nor am I sure if that'd be the right thing to do. Currently my Windows Firewall is set to the default settings but if it wont hurt I'd like to tweak it to not allow anything that's unnecessary. So if any of you could please work with me on that I'm willing to take the time to copy here every currently allowed inbound & outbound permission in order to determine whether or not it's needed.

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