You will hear questions regarding Vista 64 anonymizer.Â Are anonymizers compatible with Vista 64 bit?Â Do I have to run a 32 bitÂ browser on a Vista 64 bit machine in order to use an anonymizer?Â The answer to all of your Vista 64 anonymizer questions is Komodia’s Redirector.Â With Komodia’s Redirector you can instantly and easily and simply write an anonymizer application.
This is one of the questions that I found in a comment posted to this blog:Â doesÂ LSP layer supports port blocking?Â My answer to this type of question is simply to direct you to Komodia’s free Winsock LSP guide and resource page.Â It is going to be able to answer all of your Winsock LSP questions.Â When you do find a problem that you either cannot answer or you do not want to spend the time to fix, then I want to point you towards Komodia’s Redirector.Â With Komodia’s Redirector you can block Internet using Winsock and much more.
When it comes to information to block Winsock, what you really want to know about is Komodia’s Redirector.Â ItÂ makes it possible to change network sessions with just a couple clicks. TheÂ redirector intercepts any traffic on your local machine based on the rules you decide. The redirector includes several functions for you to use without ever writing any lines of code.
So if you want to control whatever TCP trafficÂ youÂ wish toÂ redirect for inspection or have theÂ Winsock API to block network connection or evenÂ encrypt any outgoing unsecure sessions (plus so much more), than check out Komodia’s redirector now!
Network Redirector SDKÂ is Komodia’s flagship product, it does 95% of all possible network modification needed and it’s off the shelf product, which means that you can work with it from the minute you use it just like Net filter SDK.
In case you do need to extend its functionality you can write a DLL using our easy to use DLL extension framework.