ProgCop application firewall
ProgCop is an application firewall for Windows systems. ProgCop makes it easy to block applications from going online. ProgCop features real time view of processes that are connecting to the Internet. Blocking them can be done with a single mouse click. ProgCop is great addition for your privacy toolbox as it allow you to block apps from phoning home.
In todays online world it's more important than ever before to take care of your privacy. Many applications are making outbound connections from your computer without you knowing anything about it. They collect telemetry information and send it back to the creator of the application. With ProgCop you can decide what processes can connect to the Internet from your computer.
How ProgCop works?
ProgCop uses Windows Firewall API to block outbound connections for applications. Because ProgCop uses builtin Windows APIs no kernel level drivers are needed which keeps your system stable. ProgCop is meant to be used together with the built-in Windows Firewall to block outbound connections.
Note that ProgCop needs admin priviledges to run (because it's using Windows Firewall API). When starting ProgCop it will ask for the permissions.
|Lightweight, does not run in the background|
|Stop apps from phoning phone|
|Exposes apps and executables making connections|
|Block or unblock with a single click|
|Safe, does not make your system unstable|
|No cost, 100% free without ads|
|Very easy to use|
ProgCop is available as open source under the MIT license, for free of charge. There are no commercial editions, ProgCop is fully featured and free for everyone.
ProgCop is available as a single binary file. There's no need to install anything, just unzip ProgCop.zip to a folder and run ProgCop.exe from there. Download ProgCop. Latest version of ProgCop is 1.0.0 and it was released 2019-07-25.
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There is also an issues platform available on Github. For feature request and bug reports please file an issue.