Skynet Exclude one computer from SkyNet

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ve39

New Around Here
Is it possible to exclude one computer on the network from been affected by SkyNet?
Thanks
 

dave14305

Part of the Furniture
In a word, no. What would be the rationale for wanting one computer unprotected from known malware IPs?
 

ve39

New Around Here
I'm hosting a game server and I don't want any communication complications. "I did notice some abnormalities after installing Skynet"
 

BreakingDad

Senior Member
In a word, no. What would be the rationale for wanting one computer unprotected from known malware IPs?
Couldn't you put it in dmz?
 

cptnoblivious

Regular Contributor
What's the point of running skynet, only to allow traffic flow of blocked source (blocked = malware/ suspected-malware).

If that computer is on your main network sees that you should just do away with skynet altogether.
 

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