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PrivateWin10 v0.60.1
PrivateWin10 v0.60.1 PrivateWin10 is an advanced Privacy tool for windows it provides a simple and comprehensive UI for tweaking privacy settings, as well as options to block system access to files and registry keys in order to enforce privacy whenever Windows does not provide a satisfying setting for that. To solve privacy issues with other software the tool includes a powerful custom firewall frontend for the windows built in firewall. Changes: Build v0.60.1 This new build includes a major new feature, a DNS proxy that can be used to blacklist domains using Pi-Hole blacklists, as well as a manual wildcard and regex supporting blacklist. Using priv10 as system wide DNS proxy ensures effective domain blocking as some MSFT components are known to bypass the regular system hosts file and query DNS servers directly, with a DNS proxy intercepting the requests this bypass becomes ineffective. The default blacklists contain a lot of ad blocking such that in addition to improved privacy the new feature provides system wide ad blocking. [0.60.1] - 2019-12-01 Added added upstream dns diplay to the dns proxy page Fixed fixed critical hang issue when not using the system event log issue where a custom upstream dns would not be displayed fixed issues with copying text from datagrids Known Issues the process sometimes fails to terminate when closed and needs to be terminated using a task manager Click here to visit the author's website.
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David Xanatos
   
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