Track Internet Activity Using Windows Firewall

Step 1:

First of all, open Windows 10 search and type in ‘Firewall.’ Open the Windows Defender Firewall option.

Step 2:

On the next page, click on the ‘Advanced Settings’ option.

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Step 3:

Select the “Windows Firewall with Advanced Security on Local Computer” option placed on the left pane to access the Log settings. After that, click on the properties from the right pane.

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Step 4:

You can see up the “Logging” option for all the tabs. Here’s what each tab represents.

▪️Domain Profile: This is a profile that you need to access if you are working on the connection that is Wifi network where the domain name is given by the Domain controller. You may not need to access this profile, as it is not usually used in home networks.

▪️Private Profile: This is the profile you will require to access if you are working on any private network connection. This also includes your home and personal networks. This is the selection you are more likely to access.

▪️Public Profile: This is the profile you will require to access if you are working on any public network connection like Public WiFi. Depending on the type of connection, you have just selected up the Log option for that tab only.

Step 5:

Now the time comes where you will; have to start the Logging process. To do that, Just set up both of the drops down menus to “Yes” and then come out of the Panel by clicking the OK button.

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Step 6:

After the above step is completed, the computer will start logging the whole firewall activity. To view the log, head to the Advanced Settings window, click the “Monitoring” option on the left, and then under the “Logging Settings,” Click the link behind the File name.

Step 7:

This file is the Log file, and hence it will open on the device’s screen.

🟢 That’s it, this tutor from Hackerzhome will help you track your internet Activity using Firewall.

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