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    Is it possible to block outgoing traffic only, using Sygate Personal
    Firewall? Thanks.

    Al

  2. Re: Block Outgoing Traffic Only


    "AlleyCat" wrote in message
    news:MPG.2185c9cd664bc75898992c@newsgroups.comcast .net...
    >
    >
    > Is it possible to block outgoing traffic only, using Sygate Personal
    > Firewall? Thanks.
    >


    You can open up a box of Meow Mix and do some research.




  3. Re: Block Outgoing Traffic Only

    In article <13hoskmoahqlef9@corp.supernews.com>, "Mr. Arnold" Arnold@Arnold.com> says...
    >
    > "AlleyCat" wrote in message
    > news:MPG.2185c9cd664bc75898992c@newsgroups.comcast .net...
    > >
    > >
    > > Is it possible to block outgoing traffic only, using Sygate Personal
    > > Firewall? Thanks.
    > >

    >
    > You can open up a box of Meow Mix and do some research.
    >
    >
    >
    >

    I would send you a screenshot of the page you sent, and see how many
    links I have already visited, but I'm not a waster of time such as you.
    I was looking for someone that might have answers, not a father-figure
    that says get the dictionary every time "I" have a word I don't know.
    "Look it up", is not what newsgroups are for. Any help, anyone... else?

    Al

  4. Re: Block Outgoing Traffic Only

    AlleyCat wrote:
    > Is it possible to block outgoing traffic only, using Sygate Personal
    > Firewall? Thanks.


    You can block some traffic. You can block all traffic. You cannot
    reliably block all unwanted traffic.

    F'up2csf

    cu
    59cobalt
    --
    "If a software developer ever believes a rootkit is a necessary part of
    their architecture they should go back and re-architect their solution."
    --Mark Russinovich

  5. Re: Block Outgoing Traffic Only


    "AlleyCat" wrote in message
    news:MPG.21864d9c275417b398992e@newsgroups.comcast .net...
    > In article <13hoskmoahqlef9@corp.supernews.com>, "Mr. Arnold" > Arnold@Arnold.com> says...
    >>
    >> "AlleyCat" wrote in message
    >> news:MPG.2185c9cd664bc75898992c@newsgroups.comcast .net...
    >> >
    >> >
    >> > Is it possible to block outgoing traffic only, using Sygate Personal
    >> > Firewall? Thanks.
    >> >

    >>
    >> You can open up a box of Meow Mix and do some research.
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>

    > I would send you a screenshot of the page you sent, and see how many
    > links I have already visited, but I'm not a waster of time such as you.
    > I was looking for someone that might have answers, not a father-figure
    > that says get the dictionary every time "I" have a word I don't know.
    > "Look it up", is not what newsgroups are for. Any help, anyone... else?
    >


    No one is here to hold your hand on a question that's been asked 10,000
    times. At least show some kind of imitative, instead of stabbing at thin
    air.

    It's all based on who is sitting behind the wheel and is doing the driving,
    princess. You should learn how to get the broom and mop out of the closet,
    instead of someone getting it for you. You can do it put it together
    AlleyCat put it together. AlleyCats are suppose to be smart and tuff.

    http://bellsouthpwp.net/i/k/ikpe/SygateBasicsPt2.html


  6. Re: Block Outgoing Traffic Only

    In article ,
    al@aohell.com says...
    >
    >
    > Is it possible to block outgoing traffic only, using Sygate Personal
    > Firewall? Thanks.
    >
    > Al
    >

    Al, you can block outgoing trafic only with Sygate. Create this
    Advanced Rule:
    Name: Block Outgoing; Action: block; Hosts: all addresses;
    Ports and Protocol: all; Traffic Direction: outgoing.

    Place this as Rule 1 above any other rule in Advanced Rules.
    Casey




  7. Re: Block Outgoing Traffic Only

    In article <13hp6bmj102ru8d@corp.supernews.com>, "Mr. Arnold" Arnold@Arnold.com> says...
    >
    > "AlleyCat" wrote in message
    > news:MPG.21864d9c275417b398992e@newsgroups.comcast .net...
    > > In article <13hoskmoahqlef9@corp.supernews.com>, "Mr. Arnold" > > Arnold@Arnold.com> says...
    > >>
    > >> "AlleyCat" wrote in message
    > >> news:MPG.2185c9cd664bc75898992c@newsgroups.comcast .net...
    > >> >
    > >> >
    > >> > Is it possible to block outgoing traffic only, using Sygate Personal
    > >> > Firewall? Thanks.
    > >> >
    > >>
    > >> You can open up a box of Meow Mix and do some research.
    > >>
    > >>
    > >>
    > >>

    > > I would send you a screenshot of the page you sent, and see how many
    > > links I have already visited, but I'm not a waster of time such as you.
    > > I was looking for someone that might have answers, not a father-figure
    > > that says get the dictionary every time "I" have a word I don't know.
    > > "Look it up", is not what newsgroups are for. Any help, anyone... else?
    > >

    >
    > No one is here to hold your hand on a question that's been asked 10,000
    > times. At least show some kind of imitative, instead of stabbing at thin
    > air.
    >


    I certainly don't want you to hold my hand, faggot... or anyone else's,
    for that matter. Oh... and I'm sure that I'm been here for all 10,000
    queries, you queer, let alone read any of them. They were of no interest
    to me 5 years ago, dork, dweeb, geek. Go find some bright-eyed 12 year
    old to listen to your "back in the day" ****. Meanwhile, hold your
    tongue, (strike that... fingers), since you are incapable of helping. It
    seems to me, you just lurk here and wait to pounce on people that have
    no time to research items(like me... I have a life), then pounce on them
    like some 20 year old cat that's been de-clawed. You make a little
    noise, but are just bothersome and have no relevance.

    Imitative? That's not even close to initiative. Double word score... on
    the minus side. C'mon, son, go get the dictionary and look up
    initiative. And for your feeble attempt to have me come to the dark
    queer side... imitative will also be included.

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    in·I·ti·a·tive /?'n??I?t?v, ?'n???-/ Pronunciation Key - Show
    Spelled Pronunciation[i-nish-ee-uh-tiv, i-nish-uh-] Pronunciation Key -
    Show IPA Pronunciation
    –noun 1. an introductory act or step; leading action: to take the
    initiative in making friends.
    2. readiness and ability in initiating action; enterprise: to lack
    initiative.
    3. one's personal, responsible decision: to act on one's own initiative.

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    im·I·ta·tive /'?m??te?t?v/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled
    Pronunciation[im-i-tey-tiv] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation
    –adjective 1. imitating; copying; given to imitation.
    2. of, pertaining to, or characterized by imitation.

    I guess that could be construed as acting like some of the other faggot
    germs that lurk here and have nothing to offer except sarcasm and angst.
    Like the saying from the 70's, Keep on Trucking... but for you queers...
    Keep on butt-****ing!
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------

    I spent way too mush time on this troll... what you guys think?

    Al

  8. Re: Block Outgoing Traffic Only


    > I certainly don't want you to hold my hand, faggot... or anyone else's,
    > for that matter. Oh... and I'm sure that I'm been here for all 10,000
    > queries, you queer, let alone read any of them. They were of no interest
    > to me 5 years ago, dork, dweeb, geek. Go find some bright-eyed 12 year
    > old to listen to your "back in the day" ****. Meanwhile, hold your
    > tongue, (strike that... fingers), since you are incapable of helping. It
    > seems to me, you just lurk here and wait to pounce on people that have
    > no time to research items(like me... I have a life), then pounce on them
    > like some 20 year old cat that's been de-clawed. You make a little
    > noise, but are just bothersome and have no relevance.


    LOL, the hair is raised on your back, what a tuff alley cat you are yes you
    are. Yes, you are a tuff alley cat, no doubt. Someone give that alley cat a
    fishbone and a tennis ball to suck on and attack. You need to turn in that
    computer. You don't deserve a computer give up. I don't know that slightly
    pushing your button was going to make you spit a hair ball.

    >
    > C'mon, son,


    You're not my mama.

    The devil and the dog in me made me do it.




  9. Re: Block Outgoing Traffic Only

    AlleyCat wrote:

    > In article <13hp6bmj102ru8d@corp.supernews.com>, "Mr. Arnold" > Arnold@Arnold.com> says...
    >> "AlleyCat" wrote in message
    >> news:MPG.21864d9c275417b398992e@newsgroups.comcast .net...
    >>> In article <13hoskmoahqlef9@corp.supernews.com>, "Mr. Arnold" >>> Arnold@Arnold.com> says...
    >>>> "AlleyCat" wrote in message
    >>>> news:MPG.2185c9cd664bc75898992c@newsgroups.comcast .net...
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Is it possible to block outgoing traffic only, using Sygate Personal
    >>>>> Firewall? Thanks.
    >>>>>
    >>>> You can open up a box of Meow Mix and do some research.
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>> I would send you a screenshot of the page you sent, and see how many
    >>> links I have already visited, but I'm not a waster of time such as you.
    >>> I was looking for someone that might have answers, not a father-figure
    >>> that says get the dictionary every time "I" have a word I don't know.
    >>> "Look it up", is not what newsgroups are for. Any help, anyone... else?
    >>>

    >> No one is here to hold your hand on a question that's been asked 10,000
    >> times. At least show some kind of imitative, instead of stabbing at thin
    >> air.
    >>

    >
    > I certainly don't want you to hold my hand, faggot... or anyone else's,
    > for that matter. Oh... and I'm sure that I'm been here for all 10,000
    > queries, you queer, let alone read any of them.



    Use the search function. Read the FAQ. Nuff said.

    > They were of no interest to me 5 years ago, dork, dweeb, geek.



    At any rate, you want to implement a firewall and even achieve security
    through it, yet you can't even differ a firewall from a host-based backet
    filter and neither differ a good implementation from a horribly broken and
    insecure implementation (e.g. Sygate Personal Firewall). And you're too
    stupid to notice this situation.

    > Meanwhile, hold your tongue, (strike that... fingers), since you are
    > incapable of helping.


    Usenet is not about helping. It's about *discussing* *news*. Your overly
    repeated question about so-called "personal firewalls" is neither news nor
    any real discussion.

    > I spent way too mush time on this troll... what you guys think?


    Same for you, but at least I gave you a chance to recognize where you're
    going wrong. It you take this advice is upon you.

  10. Re: Block Outgoing Traffic Only


    "Sebastian G." wrote in message
    news:5ob3iiFm1askU1@mid.dfncis.de...



    >> I spent way too mush time on this troll... what you guys think?

    >
    > Same for you, but at least I gave you a chance to recognize where you're
    > going wrong. It you take this advice is upon you.


    That bone head cat's head is 5 years hard. It hasn't learned a thing. I even
    gave the bonehead cat a link to Sygate basics that the bonehead cat whined
    about it couldn't find. But instead of the bonehead cat just taking the
    information and running with it, it needed to flare-up in the alley, like
    the stupid cat..

    The bonehead AlleyCat should just, relax its ears off both sides of its
    head, lay the hair back down on its back, take its tail out of the are, and
    just walk on down the alley.



  11. Re: Block Outgoing Traffic Only

    In article ,
    casey@notspecified.net says...
    > In article ,
    > al@aohell.com says...
    > >
    > >
    > > Is it possible to block outgoing traffic only, using Sygate Personal
    > > Firewall? Thanks.
    > >
    > > Al
    > >

    > Al, you can block outgoing trafic only with Sygate. Create this
    > Advanced Rule:
    > Name: Block Outgoing; Action: block; Hosts: all addresses;
    > Ports and Protocol: all; Traffic Direction: outgoing.
    >
    > Place this as Rule 1 above any other rule in Advanced Rules.
    > Casey


    Thanks Casey. It would seem that Sebastian and "Mr. Arnold" are here
    "only" to discuss... they're far too busy to lend a helping hand, but
    not too busy to take the time to write and tell others to help
    themselves... they serve no purpose here.
    I should go back and read posts from the past and see how many
    "discussions" on Firewalls there really were. This was not a life or
    death scenario here, just wanted to see if anyone knew of a way to block
    outgoing traffic only. I dabble in something that's not really worth the
    time discussing here, and was sending a lot of traffic out with no real
    reason. I just wanted to stop it and investigate what might be causing
    the traffic. I had forgotten all about it, but my newsreader protects my
    posts and those that respond from auto deletion. I will write new rules
    for the aforementioned. Don't bother "guys"... you are Bozo binned and
    this group unsubscribed. Thanks again, Casey.

    Al

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    "AlleyCat" wrote in message
    news:MPG.218b04e5baa6b5d2989931@newsgroups.comcast .net...
    > I had forgotten all about it, but my newsreader protects my
    > posts and those that respond from auto deletion. I will write new rules
    > for the aforementioned. Don't bother "guys"... you are Bozo binned and
    > this group unsubscribed.
    >


    My goodness more cat chatter, we all know you're lying about it. AlleyCat
    you really are stupid. Your posts are protected? AlleyCat, take your silly
    behind and walk on down the alley somewhere, before you get skinned alive. A
    two year old could have made the rules with no problems with Sygate. You're
    to stupid a dumb cat. This alley cat is not so smart and tuff -- walk on
    down the alley -- walk on down the alley AlleyCat.


  13. Re: Block Outgoing Traffic Only

    AlleyCat wrote:

    > and was sending a lot of traffic out with no real reason.



    Tehn you have a very serious that cannot be resolved by simply using a
    packet filter.

    > I just wanted to stop it and investigate what might be causing
    > the traffic. I had forgotten all about it, but my newsreader protects my
    > posts and those that respond from auto deletion.



    So you want to block all unwanted outgoing traffic, but not block wanted
    traffic? This doesn't work.

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