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You can add new rules to firewall profiles.

To add a firewall rule:

  1. Select Profiles on the sidebar.
  2. On the Profiles page, select the Computer profiles for Mac tab, and then select the profile that you want to edit.
  3. Select Firewall.
  4. Select the F-Secure firewall profile for which you want to add a rule.
  5. Under Firewall rule for F-Secure profile, select Add rule, and do the following:
      1. Make sure the switch in the Active column is on.
      2. Enter a name and a description for the rule.
      3. From the top drop-down menu, select the action for the rule (either Allow or Block).
      4. From the lower drop-down menu, select the traffic direction.
        Direction Explanation
        In/Out The traffic will be allowed or blocked to and from your computer in both directions. Examples of applications using this direction: Messengers with Audio/Video calls capabilities and torrent clients.
        In The traffic will be allowed or blocked if coming from the defined remote hosts or networks to your computer. Examples of applications using this direction: server applications, such as sshd (ssh server), ScreenSharing (vnc server), Apache, and Nginx.
        Out The traffic will be allowed or blocked if going from your computer to the defined remote hosts or networks. Examples of applications using this direction: client applications, such as, web browsers, wget, curl, ftp clients, ssh clients, and vnc clients.
      5. Under Attributes, enter one or more signing identifiers.

    The signing identifier is a unique identifier embedded in the application signature. It usually matches a bundle identifier, for example, com.apple.Safari.

      1. Enter one or more team identifiers.

    The team identifier is a unique identifier assigned by Apple to a vendor that provides applications for macOS, for example, APPLE or EQHXZ8M8AV. When entering more than one identifier, you can use a comma to separate them: APPLE,EQHXZ8M8AV

    Note: When entering more than one identifier, you can use a comma to separate them. Alternatively, you can use a wildcard (*) as the last character, for example, com.google.Chrome* or com.apple.Safari,com.google.Chrome*

Source : Official F-Secure Brand
Editor by : BEST Antivirus KBS Team

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