A firewall review: Tinywall vs PeerBlock Comparison

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Tinywall vs PeerBlock comparison

A firewall separates your computer from the Internet using a code-wall. A firewall can also do other things, but it is mainly responsible for controlling incoming and outgoing communications from one device to the network and vice-versa. It monitors any data that enters to/ exits from your computer and checks to find out if the data is allowed to pass or should be blocked.

In general, a firewall is a comprehensive security framework for your network.

In the following, we have reviewed and compared two popular firewalls: Tinywall vs PeerBlock.

 

 

Licence and Price:

 

 

Tinywall

PeerBlock

License

Freeware

Freeware (GPL)

Price range

It is completely free

It is completely Free

Multi-devices

?

No

Free trial

 It is completely free

It is completely Free

Money-back guarantee

 It is completely free

It is completely Free

 

 

Platforms:

 

 

Tinywall

PeerBlock

Pc

·         64-bit versions of Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10

·         64-bit  version of Windows Server 2012 R2, 2016, 2019

·         32/64-bit  version of Windows Vista, 7, 8

·         does not support any server

Mobile

-

-

 

 

Features:

 

 

Tinywall

PeerBlock

Supported Languages

English

English

Firewall

Yes

Yes

Including Antivirus

Yes

No

Identity Protection

Yes

No

Lock down mode

Yes

No

Internet Security

Yes

Yes

Early Boot Protection

Yes

No

 

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Conclusion:

Tinywall could run only on 64-bit versions of windows while you can run PeerBlock on either 32 or 64-bit versions. Tinywall supports 64-bit windows servers 2012 R2, 2016 and 2019 while PeerBlock does not support any windows server.

 

PeerBlock is an entirely free and open-source product. It is a helpful tool for providing and using torrent services. Besides, You can use PeerBlock as portable software and /without installing. You can define your IP blacklist to block or use available blacklists on the internet. PeerBlock firewall blocks all incoming and outgoing connections in/to the IP addresses included in the blacklist.

 

Note: The latest version of PeerBlock was released in 2014, and it seems that this firewall is discontinued.

 

The TinyWall firewall is a light and completely free product to make the use the default Windows firewall easier with no ads or paid upgrades. Your data (neither personal nor anonymised) such as information about your operating system, computer, your searches and habits, IP addresses, applications are completely safe. They will never collect or send by the TinyWall firewall.

 

Have you ever used either PeerBlock or Tinywall firewalls? Share your experience and reviews with us in the comments section.

Published by Blogger at 2020 May 17