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Kaspersky Internet Security 2012 Firewall

by mohammad_tns / October 19, 2012 6:37 AM PDT

Dear Guys can you tell me how to do settings in my KIS 2012 such that all internet access to all my programs is denied by default and only those programs have internet access that I specify, like Word, Excel, Firefox, Chrome, etc.
and deny Access to Adobe Acrobat Updates, Google Updates, and other software.

Hope you guys can solve my issue!
I used ESET NOD32 before, its firewall had settings mode Profile which denied access to everything by default and only allowed the ones I had specified.

Can this be done in KIS 2012... Please help me...

Regards,

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