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One of installed applications on my PC tries to send UDP packed.

Outpost warns me about this. I say that Outpost should allow all activity for this application.

But next time application wants to send UDP packed Outpost asks me again and again the same question.

There is no problems with other applications but with this only.

Is it possible to resolve such behavior or is it known bug?

I have installed Outpost Firewall Pro 2009 Version 6.5.3 (2518.381.0686)

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What is the application? – John T Dec 31 '09 at 2:34
@John T: It is a application for authorization when connecting to the internet of my provider. It is under Vista. – sergtk Dec 31 '09 at 2:52

OMG I hated that problem! I couldn't figure out why it did it until I started using Comodo and it would do the same thing.

You have to go into the application and specifically allow the program.

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Check out "5.3.2 Managing Rules for Applications" From this pdf – Kelbizzle Jan 27 '10 at 21:22

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