Wfp Tool 1.3.7



Wfp Tool is a functional application that lets you easily customize the Windows Filtering Platform to choose the protocols and services that are allowed to launch on your computer, as well as block unwanted ones. The program requires you install its filters in order to use it. It is also recommended to disable the Windows Firewall. You can easily access the options provided by Wpf Tool from the system tray menu. It is possible to change the app’s security model and you can choose between white list, black list and ‘trust no one’ modes. Also, you can set up the program to allow or block specific services such as DNS, Network Discovery, DHCP, NTP, Windows Update and more.


The role of the Windows Filtering Platform is to provide the API and the services required for network security applications to filter network data.

The Wfp Tool is such an application, enabling you to override the default settings of the Windows Filtering Platform and install a new set of filters that block specific processes, in the attempt to protect you against malware.

To start using Wfp Tool, you must first install its filters, which are actually a complex collection of rules that restrict the network access for specific processes and services. As you do so, Wfp Tool recommends you disable the Windows Firewall but this option can be skipped.

It is more convenient to control Wfp Tool from the tray menu, rather than browsing the menus within the main window.

To begin with, you can easily change the security model the application is going to implement. You can choose from the white list, the black list, and the 'trust no one' mode.

Secondly, Wfp Tool can be configured to allow or block certain services (DHCP, DNS, NTP, SNMP, SSDP, Windows Update, Network Discovery), outbound and inbound ICMP protocols, and inbound connections. Please note that modifying these settings has a direct impact on the network connection status.

As soon as an application requests network access, Wfp Tool registers its call, checks the rules, and displays a small popup window near the tray icon.

The process is then placed in the main window, marked as a system app, invalid app, shared resource or silent. You can then decide which apps are allowed to access the network and which should be blocked. Information about all the dropped (blocked) packets is stored in a log file, for later reference.

Wfp Tool offers an alternative to the default set of filters of the Windows firewall, enabling you to control which apps or processes should be restricted when it comes to accessing the Internet.

It is configured to automatically block malware and telemetry-related data. Aside from the aforementioned rule set, it can also include custom rules to block specific ports or IP addresses. You can define these restrictions from the 'Settings' window.




Platform: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10
License: GPLV3/Freeware
Author: Website
Size: 354KB


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