Display Format


Hacker Deterrent’s display uses an exception-based hierarchy to control who is allowed and who is blocked. With this powerful and flexible format, you have granular control over who can access your computer and who cannot.

Application names are displayed in blue. For applications (other than the browsers) the format is:

Entity

Application

Domain

When you right-click on the blue application name, the domains underneath will be shown.

Below are some examples on how to use the display format.

Example 1

Explanation:

All internet apps are blocked from talking to Dell Inc., including dbrupd.

 

Example 2

Explanation:

All internet apps are blocked from talking to Dell Inc., except dbrupd.

 

Example 3

Explanation:

All internet apps are blocked from talking to Dell Inc., except dbrupd is allowed to talk to one domain owned by Dell Inc. (Dell.com).

 

Note: Additional examples will be posted here from time to time. Understanding Hacker Deterrent’s display format is the only thing you need to learn to take total control over who can access your computer, and who cannot.

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More Than Meets The Eye

Hacker Deterrent allows you to apply dynamic whitelists to: Entities, Domains, or even individual Sites. Use Right-Click to access this deeper feature:

Right-Click Any Entity: Reveals Domains

Right-Click Any Domain: Reveals Sites

Right-Click Any Site: Reveals IP Addresses

Right-Click Any IP Address: Reveals Geolocation

For example, you can whitelist all of Facebook, Inc; or you can whitelist only certain domains owned by Facebook Inc.; or you can even choose to whitelist only specific sites on domains owned by Facebook Inc.

You can even drill down to obtain ISP and geolocation info on every IP address as well.