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In the Program Permissions list, find the entry or Application Rule for your Mozilla application and delete it.
The next time the application requests Internet access, you can set its permission level to re-add it to the list.
This may happen automatically, or you may have to do it.
If you deny access, you must reconfigure the security software to allow access.
If you need more help, see Configuring Comodo Firewall Pro (Firefox Support) or visit Comodo Support.
As of October 2008, Comodo Firewall is available as part of Comodo Internet Security, which also includes an antivirus component.Users also have the option of blocking domain-name service (DNS) for some programs but not others. The following instructions are from the article, Firewall rules for applications in Kaspersky Internet Security 7.0: Using the Delete button, you can delete a rule for the selected application (e.g., Firefox.exe).If you need more help, read Configuring Kaspersky Internet Security (Firefox Support) and this web page or visit Kaspersky Technical Support and Knowledge Base. Comodo Firewall is no longer offered for download as a standalone application.This is the free Comodo Firewall that was previously available as a standalone application, prior to the release of Comodo Internet Security.For example, Comodo doesn't have just one rule for Thunderbird, it creates rules that also specify what application launched Thunderbird.This can include one for Windows Explorer, Firefox, and even Thunderbird launching itself when it upgrades.No Web browser or any other program can control the firewall.If it could, that would completely bypass the security of the firewall.If the AVG Internet Security firewall is blocking internet access, delete the application rule for your Mozilla application, then grant access the next time you are asked.The following instructions are from the AVG 8.0 Technical FAQ: Editing or deleting current rule See also Configuring CA Internet Security Suite (Firefox Support) For CA Internet Security 2007-2008, see the instructions for CA Personal Firewall, below.