|125 Seeds||93 Leechers|
|Torrent Health||Size: 811 Mb|
Developer: TopLang software studio
Review: Internet Lock is a powerful software solution designed to monitor Internet access and intranet connection to the creation of rules for each program and port. While it provides a lot of configuration options, it is still a good thing that the web series is very easy to use, especially thanks to its user-friendly approach, which perfectly was under the spotlight by a simple interface. Once the program starts, and allowing one run existing regulations or register to access more information on past activities of the items monitored. Setting up a new rule is quite an easy task, and in case you do desire to use the wizard, you must provide information such as the program, blocked ports and password. There are three options available to you: blocking access completely, leaving or password-protected program. You can define a single port or a full set, as they feature allows you to create separate policies into line. In addition, it is and has improved the access rules defined by destination IP addresses, domains and users. ? A Option? screen allows you to enable and disable the application, reset the internal database so that all programs require password again and change the language. While Web Series works like a charm on Windows XP and Vista, it failed to work properly on Windows 7, as it does save rules defined and can not be activated. All things considered, this is quite a handy piece of software, with tons of customization options and full control of the power to you. Working on bass and doesn resources system performance in all baskets.