Anti NetCut3

Secure your connection when using risky public networks

If you’ve ever wondered “who spoof my connection“, Anti NetCut3 has the answer. Ropey interface translations aside, the app is designed to block attempts to cut or manipulate your internet connection when you’re using potentially compromised networks such as public Wi-Fi hotspots, which are relatively easy to mess with.
All you need to do is specify the network adapter it should be monitoring – your wireless adapter or your ethernet adapter if you’re connecting to a wired network – and it’ll take care of the rest.



Ransomware attacks are more successful than ever and use some of the most sophisticated techniques to target your employees and your data. Learn how to reduce your risk of infections

Here at OpenDNS, we are relentless in the pursuit of one goal:
to help the world connect with confidence on
any device, anywhere, anytime.
In fact, we’re already helping 65 million people around the world do just that, including Fortune 50 companies, small businesses, schools, and hundreds of thousands of homes.
We have never been afraid to do things differently, and that includes our approach to security. The traditional collect and react model cannot keep up with today’s rapidly evolving threats and ingenious attackers. We have developed a new strategy. Utilizing our global network, which sees 2% of the world’s Internet requests, we have engineered a predictive security solution that anticipates and stops malicious activity before it threatens your network. While the rise of the roaming workforce has eroded the traditional network perimeter, Umbrella by OpenDNS has you covered. It works anywhere, across any port, protocol, or app – and because Umbrella is delivered via the cloud, it is lightning-fast and easily scalable.

Customizable filters to protect your most personal data at router level

OpenDNS isn’t a download; it’s a change you can make to your router’s settings so it connects to the internet via OpenDNS’s servers. That means the protection applies to any device on your network, which is useful in today’s hyper-connected homes and businesses.
OpenDNS Home automatically blocks known offenders and offers a range of content filtering options to keep the kids away from filth too. The service is free, and there are full set-up instructions for every kind of device.



TinyWall is a very small firewall for Windows that unlike Zonealarm doesn’t bother you trying to pay for an upgrade. This firewall is free and is only 1 MB in size, and has way more options than Zonealarm ever has had. If you really want to have complete control over the network activity on your computer this is the one stop software for blocking hackers. Also it works on Windows 10

A Firewall for Windows 10!

Prefer to use Windows’ own firewall? TinyWall will give you full control

TinyWall is better known for what it doesn’t do than what it does: unlike some products it doesn’t interrupt you with pop-up warnings about what seems to be every second bit of data. It’s designed to improve Windows’ own firewall features without requiring any expert knowledge, and while it offers the same whitelisting features as other packages – to ensure that the apps you use can get online without any difficulty – it does it through hotkeys or lists rather than pop-ups.

TinyWall only takes up about 1MB on your hard drive, and is a very useful addition if you decide to stick with Windows’ built-in security tool.


The successor to the popular safety tool PeerGuardian, PeerBlock is a firewall with a difference. Unlike traditional firewalls, it protects your PC from intruders using a blacklist of sites in specific categories, including adware networks and known spyware providers.
PeerBlock is designed with filesharing in mind, and can also be set up to block websites with an anti-filesharing agenda.
You don’t need to worry about updating the lists manually – PeerBlock refreshes its blacklists regularly according to your preferences.

Comodo Firewall

Download World’s #1 Free Firewall that finds threats and protects your PC
Fast and hassle-free online experience
Manages traffic on your PC
Blocks all Internet attacks
Secures all connections when you are online
Monitors in/out connections
Comodo Firewall Pro introduces the next evolution in computer security: Default Deny Protection (DDP™). What is DDP? Most security programs maintain a list of known malware, and use that list to decide which applications and files shouldn’t access a PC. The problem here is obvious. What if the list of malware is missing some entries, or isn’t up to date?
DDP fixes this problem to ensure complete security. The firewall references a list of over two million known PC-friendly applications. If a file that is not on this safe-list knocks on your PC’s door, the Firewall immediately alerts you to the possibility of attacking malware. All this occurs before the malware infects your computer. It’s prevention-based security, the only way to keep PCs totally safe.
No complex configuration Issues — perfect for amateur users
Quickly learns user behavior to deliver personalized protection
User-friendly, attractive graphical interface
Lots of configuration options let techies configure things just as they like
DDP-based security keeps you informed and PCs safe