How to Firewall Settings in Bitdefender 2017?

firewall settings in bitdefender

This is a blog post to know how to change Firewall settings in Bitdefender 2017. This blog is helpful in solving the issue arises due to firewall configured as per the Bitdefender antivirus settings. Users can change the firewall settings in Birdfeeder internet security 2017 to avoid any kind of technical issue and solve the firewall issues on any computer. To change the firewall settings in Bitdefender 2017, just follow the steps given below.

Steps to Change Firewall Settings in Bitdefender Antivirus:

Step 1: First of all open the Bitdefender application on your system.

Step 2: Now click the ‘View Modules’ link there.

Step 3: Here select the setting icon from ‘Firewall’ module.

Step 4: Now go to rules tab and see the list of programs

Step 5: Check the firewall rules have been created and click on ‘Add Rule’ button.

Step 6: Now add an application rule and then a new window will appear

Step 7: Click here on browse option and choose .exe file

Step 8: Now select the Network Type form Trusted, Home/Office, Public and Un-trusted.

Step 9: Finally, select the permission which can be allowed or denied network/Internet access on the previously selected network types.

Hope these steps will help you to change the firewall settings in Bitdefender 2017. Meanwhile if there is any problem call at Bitdefender antivirus support number 1-877-240-5577 to call the certified technicians and fix the firewall related issues with Bitdefender antivirus and solve other issues. Bitdefender customer support service is accessible here to fix this antivirus related other issues and solve the scanning problem or system affecting due to this internet security software.

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