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Personal Internet Filter 1.0.30

Filtering incoming outgoing data.Blocking addresse,local ports,remote ports.


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  • Last Updated: May 25, 2009
  • License: Shareware $29.00
  • OS: Windows Vista/2003/XP/2000
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Personal Internet Filter is a Internet software developed by Xvision. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Personal Internet Filter:

BrothersoftEditor: Personal INTERNET FILTER designed to keeps your personal data and Privacy safe from Internet hackers and data thieves while connected to the Internet, browsing the web or accessing other internet.

Personal Internet Filter security software designed to monitor the traffic into and out of your system. Within the scanning window, you may see traffic through various ports such as 110 (pop3), 80 (web) and a few others.When such hazard happens, it reports the alert in a 'Possible Attacks' window and also allows you to save it to a log file.

Personal Internet Filter is a fast, easy to use program that offers to Stop Pop-up ads, Stop Animated Flash ads, Stop Floating ads, Stop Timer ads, Removes Web Bugs.

How does a Personal Internet Filter Work? All internet communication is accomplished by the exchange of individual "packets" of data. Each packet is transmitted by its source machine toward its destination machine. Packets are the fundamental unit of information flow across the Internet. Even though we refer to "connections" between computers, this "connection" is actually comprised of individual packets travelling between those two "connected" machines. Essentially, they "agree" that they're connected and each machine sends back "acknowledgement packets" to let the sending machine know that the data was received. In order to reach its destination whether it's another computer two feet away or two continents distant every Internet packet must contain a destination address and port number. And, so that the receiving computer knows who sent the packet, every packet must also contain The IP address and a port number of the originating machine. In other words, any packet travelling the net contains first and foremost its complete source and destination addresses. As we've seen earlier on this site, an IP address always identifies a single machine on the Internet and the port is associated with a particular service or conversation happening on the machine.
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