I don't really understand how internet security works, but it was my impression that firewalls are important because they only allow authorized traffic to flow through the machine, as opposed to a firewall-free connection that is not as guarded. I don't really need Instagram or Snapchat blocked. I'm more looking for a preventative security measure against people who are trying to gain access to the phone from the outside. But maybe my concerns are unwarranted.
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on Asus Zenfone a450cg (ASUS_T00Q, x86, Android 4.4.2)
** Concurrently using aAFWall+ 188.8.131.52 allowing NetGuard both mobile and VPN.
1. app runs well (and beautiful!), listing all apps with details, UI no problems.
2. seems that whenever activated it stops all access for all apps, regardless of the settings allowing some apps access.
3. when reboot NetGuard reported notification that it can't start. Crashed Service reported at beginning of log.
Please check the following log.
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