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Vallum 1.2 & Murus Pro 1.4.3b2.Multilangual Mac OS X

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Vallum 1.2 & Murus Pro 1.4.3b2 Multilangual | MacOSX | 63.5 MB

OS X features one of the best network firewalls: PF (Packet Filter). It comes in an "under the hood" fashion, installed and disabled by default. Murus' purpose is to unleash its potential. With its easy and intuitive icons-based and drag&drop-based interface, visual layers of abstraction and a friendly view of the PF firewall it's a lean and mean tool to protect your Mac and network.

Designed with ease of use in mind, yet full of advanced options and monitoring tools, Murus is perfect for everybody; from the average user to the experienced UNIX guru/system administrator and even for educational purposes.
Configure and start the PF firewall in one click using built-in presets, use Murus graphical ruleset editor design tool or write fully customized rulesets using the advanced rule editor.
- Protect your Mac using tools already built into OS X
- Unleash the hidden power of PF, the OS X packer filter
- Easy firewall configuration using the Wizard
- Create firewall rules managing graphic objects
- Visualize PF configuration using simplified layers of abstraction
- Powerful custom rules system lets you create fully customized PF rulesets
- Access a very large set of advanced networking features and options including bandwidth management
- Deploy PF configuration to a large number of Macs with one mouse click
Firewall Filtering
Use built-in Groups and Services or create your own. Drag and drop Services and Groups to allow services and to assign access permissions. Choose between inclusive or exclusive filtering, fine tune all filtering rules, define the global filtering policy.
Firewall Logging
Choose the global logging policy, then define a per-service policy. This allows the user to set a fine-tuned logging policy in order to produce a very data consistent and informative log file.
Dummynet Bandwidth Management
Create Dummynet Pipes and Queues to selectively limit download and/or upload bandwidth. These limits can be applied to managed services and NAT groups. Supports Worst-case Fair Weighted Fair Queueing policy (WF2Q+).
Port Knocking
Hide your public services from port scanners and unauthorized access using port knocking. Use the free multiplatform Murus Knocker client to access hidden services from remote computers. Available for Mac, Linux and Windows.
Expanded PF Configuration
This view helps understanding the current PF ruleset. Rules are represented by icons and by text. Each rule features a dynamically generated comment that explains the rule's presence and purpose.
Ports Management
Check and manage your local listening ports. This tool helps you configuring Murus giving you a view over your Mac current open ports. You can manage them manually or let Murus decide what to do.
Advanced Filtering
Advanced filtering options are grouped in a small popover view. Every option has an icon that appears also on services visual representation.
Predefined Presets
Starting a firewall configuration from scratch can be hard. Presets are a way to start very basic rulesets chosen from a small list. Each preset comes with a small description. Activate a preset and then modify it to suit your needs.
Adaptive Firewall
Protect your public authentication-based services from brute force attacks using adaptive firewall. Each service can be configured to limit the number of connections over time to prevent users to try to guess your services passwords.
Custom Rules
The Rule Assistant lets the user build a custom PF rule by selecting popup buttons and checkboxes. The advanced mode lets the user create a hand made rule.
Realtime PF Browser
This view shows current runtime PF rules in a table based browser. Double click an anchor name or use the toolbar buttons to browse the PF ruleset anchors structure to display filtering, nat and forwarding rules.
Fully Customized Rulesets
For highly-specialized needs, the user can disable Murus' core ruleset infrastructure and enter this fine-grained PF configuration mode.
NAT and Port Forwarding
Share your internet connection with other computers or smartphones and tablets using NAT. Define a per-client or per-group access policy, in order to block unwanted services. Export LAN services to the Internet with port forwarding.
Monitor traffic on a per-user and per-service basis, for both inbound and outbound connections. Accounting can be applied to NAT clients as well.
PF States Inspector
List current connections and of all the corresponding active PF states. Inspect a state and see information about IP addresses, ports, and the rule that generated the PF state.
Hosts Inspector
Each service can be monitored in realtime to list the remotely connected hosts. Both inbound and outbound managed services can be monitored. Murus displays also dns, whois and geoip information about connected hosts.
Logs Statistics
Analyze PF firewall log files including archived files, and display statistics for addresses and ports. Inspect blocked/passed inbound and outbound traffic, set the amount of data to display and zoom in each port to see the list of blocked addresses.
Realtime Logs and Notifications
Murus Logs Visualizer offers multiple ways to display realtime PF logs, including a simplified view of log entries. Each entry can be analyzed to display addresses, ports, statistics. Each inbound service can be configured to post notifications using the OS X notification system for both passed and blocked connections.
Download publicly available lists of dangerous IP addresses to block all inbound and outbound traffic from/to these hosts. The list URL can be customized, you can choose your favorite provider.
Let Murus analyze your Mac and manage the right services for you. The configuration wizards is the best way to start using Murus.
Country Groups
Create Murus groups for each country reading Regional Internet Registries records. Subnets lists are donwloaded from official sources and aggregated to optimize firewall performance. Murus lets you keep your Country Groups definitions up to date in just one click. These groups can be used as normal groups, they can be assigned to services, black list, or can be used to craft custom filtering and bandwidth rules.
Interfaces Management
List, inspect, monitor and manage all your network interfaces. This view displays all available interfaces with their BSD name. Information view displays PF counters and parameters. Traffic flowing through an interface can be sniffed and filtered for ports and protocols.
Murus 1.4.3b2
Fixes some issue in macOS Sierra public beta and adds PF logging.
Vallum is a little tool that helps you monitor and block application connections. It is able to intercept connections at the application layer, and hold them while you decide whether to pass or block them. Vallum's interface is very simple and is icon-based. Its default configuration is not intrusive, and it does not require any interaction or specific networking knowledge or skills. Just drag an app's icon from the Finder into the main Vallum window to block it. To change Vallum's attitude and interaction level, you just have to play with the very few options available. Intercept apps that leak data on the network, drag apps' icons to create firewall rules, run the firewall with one mouse click: Vallum is friendly, it stays in a corner of your Mac's menu bar on top of the screen, it does not pollute your Dock and your desktop, it features a simple interface that everybody can use, and it's powerful because it lets you create complex setups with jails, mixed rules, notification pop-up alerts, and temporary rules, at both application- and network-level interacting with Murus and the OS X built-in PF packet filter.
Increase your privacy, intercept apps that leak data on the network
Drag and drop apps icons to create firewall rules, run the firewall with one mouse click
Be notified of hidden network activities, discover what happens behind the scene
Simple interface, no need for special networking knowledge, everybody can use it
Choose between different levels of interactions or run a completely silent firewall
Work at both application- and network-level to gain full control of your Mac
It's friendly: it stays in a corner of your Mac's menu bar on top of the screen, it does not pollute your dock and your desktop. One click to install, one click to uninstall
It's powerful: create complex setups with jails, mixed rules, temporary rules, at both application- and network-level
It respects your privacy, it does not phone home or leak any kind of data on the network
Buy once for life, all updates and upgrades will be free
What's New Version 1.2:
App signature information is back like in Vallum 1.0 and early 1.1 betas. Each app displays an icon to inform whether the app is signed or not
Logging kernel extension removed. Now the Vallum core relies on a single network kernel extension which takes care of both filtering and logging
Logs window now displays if a connection is passed or blocked
Logs window now displays the responsible app for an XPC service connection ("via" connections)
Via connections: when possible, Vallum displays the responsible app for an xpc helper connection
Added automatic XPC services management: XPC helpers connections are matched against their responsible app's rules to simplify processes management
Exclusions behavior has changed. Now apps that match an exclusions are not displayed in main apps view. Managed apps do override exclusions
Improved GUI with new buttons to add/remove exclusions and view log file
Added confirmation dialogs
Log apps connections to file
Log file rotation using syslogd
Improved custom presets management
Bug fixes
New online user guide
Runs on macOS 10.12 Sierra public beta
Requirements: OS X 10.9.4 or later

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