Is there a possibility to use the iode blocker as Whitelist firewall?
Im tired of blocking every host i dont want individually.
At least a regex function would be great.
maybe somedays in the future, but not now
I had already been interested in that, too. I very much hope that this is still to come. To be able to make a strict whitelist principle, it would be good if you could also select each
system app individually and there would be a “notify on internet access” option. See also the following two posts:
Apps appear in the list when they effectively communicate through the network, in the concerned period of time (day, 7 last days, since installation). If you are sure that an app has communicated through the network but it does not appear in the list, that’s a bug.
Some system apps already appear (e.g. intent verification filter plus all preinstalled apps), but many do not appear indeed. They are filtered through the “Standard” black list though. We don’t want to flood th…
That sounds good! I will follow this up accordingly.
I can understand that the app list should not become confusing. However, in order to be able to control the system apps individually, I still think it is necessary to list them all separately. This could be solved by displaying the system apps in a separate list. You either look at the list with the clearly arranged user apps or the list with the system apps. You could perhaps use a switch to toggle between user apps and system apps. Maybe …