In a recent update of McAfee Personal Firewall the notifactions have become useless.
When an application request access to internet I have a notifaction asking me to choose between "Block", "Allow Once", "Allow outgoing access" and "Allow Always".
The problem is that now McAfee do not display anything else than a application name to let me decide, a name with is just useless 90% of the time.
For example the last notification I got asked to allow access to an app named "remsh".
Cool... how am I supposed to decide if I allow or block if I don't have the path and filename? "remsh" seems to be a component of Windows 10 update, but other reported it as a malware.
In previous versions of McAfee Personal Firewall the full path and exact filename of the file was available, now just a useless application name.
Am I the only one finding it a very bad regression (= BUG) and which need a fix?
Windows 10 Pro 64bit
McAfee Total Protection
Release Name: 16.0 R7
McAfee Personal Firewall
Last update: 14/01/2018
That's what I'm talking about.
It's just impossible now to know what program/process the Firewall is talking about. No filename, no path, nothing at all. To decide to allow or block connection it's a lottery now as it's impossible to decide.