Alternatives to TCPBlock for all platforms with any license

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  • Little Snitch icon

    Little Snitch

    Little Snitch is a firewall application that monitors and controls outbound internet traffic.

    Commercial $ $ $ Mac

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  • Comodo Firewall icon

    Comodo Firewall

    Comodo Firewall Pro - Secure your system against internal attacks such as Trojan viruses / malicious software and external attacks by hackers. Safeguard your personal...

    Free Windows

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  • TinyWall icon

    TinyWall

    TinyWall is a free software to harden and control the advanced firewall built into Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8. TinyWall includes a combination of features...

    Free Windows

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  • Gufw icon

    Gufw

    Gufw is an easy, intuitive way to manage your Linux firewall. It supports common tasks such as allowing or blocking pre-configured, common p2p, or individual ports...

    Free Open Source Linux

  • Hands Off! icon

    Hands Off!

    Hands Off! is an application to monitor and control the access of applications to your network and disks. Being able to monitor the normally unnoticeable activities...

    Commercial Mac

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  • IceFloor icon

    IceFloor

    IceFloor is the first OS X free graphic frontend for PF. Configure the PF firewall in a few clicks using a very simple interface and a step by step in-app configuration...

    Free Open Source Mac

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  • Flying Buttress

    As Apple's built-in Firewall preferences improves in both functionality and security, I will be aiming Flying Buttress more at users who need the advanced firewall...

    Free Mac

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