188.8.131.52 Update to 4.1 Release Notes Updated February 10, 2019, 6:30:28A lot of bug fixes and improvements have been made in this release of Bulldog security software, including:More bug fixes have been added to the software.
The Bulldog software team is excited to announce the first beta release of the new version of BullDog security software.
As always, we invite you to give us a try and let us know what you think!
As a quick note, this release contains a number of security issues that may not be immediately obvious to users, and we are working to investigate those issues before we make a public release of this update.
If you encounter any issues, please email us at [email protected] so we can fix them ASAP.
If you need more information on Bulldog Security, please see our official blog at http://blog.bulldog-security.com/release-notes/ This release of software includes the following new features:A new security sandboxing feature lets you block out potentially unwanted applications and content on your network from all users, including yourself.
The sandbox will be enabled only for your computer, and you can also restrict all other users from connecting to your computer.
A new firewall is now included in Bulldog 4.0, which blocks outgoing connections to the following types of IP addresses: • Any IP address that is registered by the IP address manager in your router, and is not blocked by a firewall.
For example, a local IP address assigned to you by your ISP.
(Note: This is a temporary workaround.)
• IP addresses registered by an ISP that is not in your network.
• All IP addresses that are not registered by your firewall.
You can configure the default firewall settings for the firewall in the Firewall tab.
The default settings are: Internet Protocol: 443, or TCP/IP port 443, UDP port 53, TCP/Ipv4: 9001, TCP port 5322, UDP ports: 9300, 9303, 9400, 9405, TCP port 443 (default) Security and privacy features include a new Privacy tab, which is integrated with the new firewall settings.
Users will also now be able to specify which IP addresses will be blocked when connecting to their computers, using the Privacy tab.
Users can also use the Privacy settings to restrict the access to their account for specific IP addresses.
As with previous Bulldog releases, users will be able use the same privacy settings to block specific IPs and IP addresses for all users.
The new firewall has been updated to block incoming connections from any IP address, including local and remote.
This is similar to the settings currently available in the firewall settings of a web browser.
This release of security software includes several bug fixes that may have already been reported by users, as well as several new security features.