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I bought a desktop password management application and I want to make sure it is secure and doesn't send any data to the developer.

So I want to block it from using the internet.

I am using Windows 8.

Any idea how can I prevent it from sending any data, just in case it wants to send?

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I just tried this.

I think it solves my issue

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