Firewall iP for iPhone Gets Updated to v1.4

Firewall iP for iPhone has been updated to v1.4 and adds port blocking, allow and deny all access, import lists and more.

Firewall iP Features:
- Block outgoing TCP & UDP connections selectively
- Shows you the hostname for the connection & can provide you with WhoIs information
- Block connections of apps when you are on a cellular network
- Block analytic providers / data collectors which PrivaCy can’t
- Block unneeded content (ads ;))
- Easy to use interface & control app

Changelog 1.40:
● Port Blocking: now you can extend rules to only block for a specific port. Simply by adding “:portnumber” to the hostname or by using the selector in the popup (example: if you tap on the (i)-button on the popup you’ll be shown a list of the most common ports. for more information take a look at this: You might want to delete all rules (there is now a button in the About View) or manually edit the rules.

● Allow/Deny All Access: Allow/Deny all connections until you exit the app (or in case of Safari: Safari goes into backgrounding)

● Now Based on Regex: This should offer a faster and better experience.

● Import Lists: you can now import lists into global Allow and global Deny. For that simply put a txt file with hostnames/rules (each one gets it’s own line) into /Applications/ and then import it from the global Allow/Deny views. The content of the txt should look like this:*

● fixed issues with some universal apps which could cause a crash of the application
● improved startup of the app
● won’t recognize taps on popup for one second after the popup has appeared: to reduce accidental selections
● reduced memory footprint of the app
● support for and SpringBoard (be careful which connections you deny)

Firewall iP is available in the Cydia Store for $2.49 (will soon rise to $2.99)


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