This is the same computer. The date format is in a European format in the second image, because I changed the computer used to create this test to a European date format to help prevent any silly date related bugs.
The Spy Block page contains a list of all IP Addresses you have requested WinPrivacy to block, the domain to which the address resolves, the number of times any program has been blocked attempting to access that URL and the timestamp of the last time a program tried to access the URL.
Say you have a program you really like, but you discover it is sending data off of your computer. No problem. Determine the URL by activating Save Connection History and then reviewing what the program is doing. Once you determine the URL, enter it here and WinPrivacy will automatically block all connections to and from that url/port combination.
Or, maybe you’ve upgraded to Windows 10 and you’ve heard the horror stories about it phoning home. Simply lookup the most recent list of domains, enter them here and no more phoning home.
Raises a dialog where you can add URL/Port combinations for blocking. The Blocked IP Entry screen remains visible so that you can add many entries before actually closing it.
Clicking the History… menu item opens the Blocked IP History dialog. This dialog shows you the program that attempted to access the ip/port combination, and when.
This screen allows you to view and sort the data. It is not dynamically refreshed, but does contain a refresh button.
In addition, you can removed selected data or clear the entire history.
It also contains a link to it’s own help page.
Removes all of the history for this URL/Port combination.
Removes the selected items for this URL/Port combination.