Re: Allow internet traffic for self build programs in Norton Personal Firewall
From: Andre (andre_at_cds-nl.NOSPAM.com)
Date: Fri, 6 Feb 2004 11:47:58 +0100
Thanks for all your replys.
When I put the ip address of the DNS server of our internet access provider
into the trusted zone, together with the ip address of our internet servers
he wants to contact, the problem is solved.
But in one way I have the feeling that I have opened a back door.
My computer is behind a NAT router, but I still get intrusions and port
scanner notification froms NIS. In the router the NAT table is empty,
nothing is set to redirect to my computer. But somehow I still get this
"Andre" <email@example.com> schreef in bericht
> I have installed Norton Internet Security 2004 with the Norton
> Personal Firewall.
> When a program tries to contact the internet a window pop up with the
> question if you allow it or if you want to block it.
> This al works fine, it remembers the programs I block and grant
> access. Except for my own programs I make, everytime I compile and
> link my program it asks if I allow or block the program. This very
> I am programmer and when you are testing you have to rebuild the
> program very often and then this stupid screen popups again.
> When I look into the configuration of the personal firewall I see my
> program to be listed more then 100 times that internet access is
> I understand that norton thinks it is a new or altered program, so it
> ask me it again, but is their a way to turn this off.