I just released OneClickFirewall 22.214.171.124. For those of you who don't know, it's a little app I coded to block an app from accessing the Internet (both inbound and outbound connections) because the Windows Firewall UI involves too many steps. This version does not come with new functionality or fixes. I just tried to reduce the amount of false positive reports by antivirus software. Here is why it happens.
OneClickFirewall calls the built-in netsh.exe command to create a firewall rule for blocked apps. Antivirus apps consider this behavior as malware-like because they probably think that the app modifies TCP/IP or network settings to show ads and spam the user.
OneClickFirewall is a safe app, not malware. I tried my best to reduce the amount of false positives but Avast! is still paranoid about my app. This is the best I can do:
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