Internet Lock works with RULES. You add rules to it to control internet programs and connections on your computer.
A password window pops up to ask user for password, when a password protected program tries to access internet.
When you add rules, the easy-to-use wizard helps configure Internet Lock.
The Add/Modify Rule window lets you configure a rule to protect one or more internet programs.
You can specify the schedule options for a rule.
A rule can be specified IP addresses and domains, so that it will only affect those IP/domains.
In the Home page you can change global protection mode and other global settings.
Internet Lock provides built-in color schemes. You also can customize your own color scheme. The screenshot shows password window in another color scheme.
Internet Lock provides a log system to record connection events, which can help protect unknown programs and connections.