A firewall is a piece of software that controls what connections can be made to and from a network.

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Stateful Firewall

I am a beginner in firewall and trying my hands on stateful firewall rules. I do understand that with stateful rules, the first packet is inspected as per the rules but subsequent packets that belong ...
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Use iptables to block local connection

I wish to block all connections (local and remote) to a service running on a particular port, say port 1000. I have tried the following command: iptables -I INPUT 1 -p tcp --dport 9999 -j DROP ...
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502 bad gateway after putting up firewall nginx

My server was working, then I added a firewall for a bunch of ports! And now I get the error: 502 Bad Gateway nginx/1.4.6 (Ubuntu) Nginx server { listen 80; server_name 45.79.80.140; ...
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Windows 7: Block an entire folder from accessing the internet (outbound)

Every time I need to block an application from accessing the internet I do so by creating a rule (firewall) for a specific EXE file (or other). Usually there are multiple programs in one folder and ...
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Program to block an IP temporarily with iptables

Is there a program on Debian to block an IP address temporarily just by launching a command (specifying the IP and the duration)? With iptables/ip6tables alone I can create a rule, but I would then ...
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Allowing port access on Windows

I have a message broker running on my computer on port 1883. I tried to telnet that port (to test its accssibility) from a computer on the same network but that didn't work. How can I allow other ...
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How to setup firewall ports via logon script

I work as IT suport for public service. We use domain controller and logon scripts. These scripts are pretty helpful, since they can automatically install printers and add network folders as local ...
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How can I block my PC from receiving/sending any communication with Russian IPs? [closed]

I recently had a scare when a Russian scammer was able to download a keylogger to my PC when I clicked on a game invite sent to me via steam (they cloned a friends account so it looked genuine). Now ...
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How To Configure Portforwarding with iptables

I have got a "Hypervisor" witch has two interfaces: eth0 Link encap:Ethernet Hardware Adresse d4:3d:7e:fc:b2:db inet Adresse:87.25.34.251 Bcast:87.25.34.255 Maske:255.255.255.192 ...
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Turning extra 6 LANS into “router” like links using Sophos UTM 9

Hey all I just finished up setting up the UTM 9 Home edition and I currently have it up and running with eth0 as the WAN and eth1 as the LAN. However, my motherboard has a total of 8 Ethernet ports ...
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Port Forwarding with 2 NICs via Windows 7 firewall

I have a computer with two network cards, each of them connected to a separate network. I would like to forward all requests that arrive via port X from one networks to port Y on a host in the other ...
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what steps should I take to correct “Windows Firewall is incorrectly configured” when troubleshooting homegroup issues?

I'm trying to get two computers to connect via the Windows Homegroup. When I run the troubleshooter I see this message: . How should I go about fixing this? Most tips on the web say that you need to ...
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Blocking whatsapp / IM apps on Windows 7 firewall

I'm using a hosted network which I created and shared the local internet with it. netsh wlan set hostednetwork mode=allow ssid="OWNWIFI" key="12345678" netsh wlan start hosted network So I'm trying ...
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can I add a hostname that is reachable everywhere?

i'd like to assign a hostname to our database server that is reachable from both outside and inside the building. Let's say we own a domain at godaddy: ddd.com i'd like our staff to reach the ...
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Intrusions in router firewall

Intrusion -> IN=atm8 OUT= SRC=(random ip) DST=(my ip) PROTO=UDP SPT=123 DPT=80 I'm seeing multiple of these in my router's firewall log, I replaced the actual ip from the example given above. For ...
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is it possible to use certificates on windows firewall?

Scenario: I have a situation where I work from home. I need to connect to a database server on the internet. The server has whitelist rules for IP addresses on firewall. My IP address changes ...
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PF: Can't open port on OS X

Have troubles opening the port 9 on os x 10.10.3 yousemite using pf firewall. I want to do this for being able to get wake-on-lan packets to this port. I assume that for WoL to work the port (on the ...
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A secure, iptables rule-set for Ubuntu home router

I am using a Ubuntu 14.04 server machine as my primary home router and firewall. It has DNS, DHCP and uses iptables to secure everything up. Iptables also acts as a nat. On eth0 I have my incoming ...
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OS X Yosemite. How to block internet access for specific app? (AppStore for example)

How to block internet access for specific app (AppStore for example) in OS X Yosemite, via CLI or GUI?
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Chaining one router to another plus a switch

So I have a hardware firewall running OPNsense, a dumb switch, and a router. Could I run the output of the firewall through the switch, have the firewall do DHCP for those running off that, then ...
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Can I set up Windows 7 VPN so that only sites blocked in China are routed through VPN?

I'm in China behind the Great Firewall using a VPN service provided by a friend so didn't get blocked in the VPN crackdown in January 2015. Since VPN can slow down traffic a lot I'd like to only ...
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How does my computer's firewall work? Like inbound rule, outbound rule, reply?

So I understand how NAT works, but I don't understand how firewall works. With non-symmetric NAT, if someone sends me a packet, it gets blocked, but it I send someone a packet and they get that packet ...
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Can I inherit iptable rules on/under windows?

Don't really want to purchase a VPS just to test some iptables stuff for my gameserver. Was curious if it's possible to load up debian on vmware player and install nginx, nodejs, mysql, etc (which is ...
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How to find allowing/blocking rule in Windows Firewall

I'd like to find which of the rules in a Windows Firewall is allowing or blocking some traffic. Specifically I'm trying to allow only certain IP ranges access to my server, but I've discovered that ...
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Iptables: dropping/rejecting new and invalid connections

I'm very new to iptables and my goal is the block NEW and INVALID connections on the INCOMING chain and log any attempts for a NEW connection. I'm also letting any and all traffic out on the OUTGOING ...
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SSH Server Not Responding To Connection Request

I'm attempting to set up an SSH server on my local machine using OpenSSH. When I try to SSH from a remote host into my local SSH server, the SSH server doesn't respond and the request times out. I'm ...
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How To Apply Firewall Rules to VPN Traffic Leaving A Mac Server

A Macintosh client successfully connects to the VPN service running on my Yosemite Server. They get an IPv4 address and everything appears to be working normally. Is it possible to restrict the ...
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Is there a test/lab environment for Sonicwall firewalls?

Does anyone know if there is a test/lab environment for Sonicwall similar to that of Cisco's Packet Tracer ? I am trying to find a way to simulate some changes without tampering with my production ...
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OSX Firewall keeps asking for approval

I'm in the midst of moving from one Mac laptop to another. I decided to start from scratch and install everything by hand to avoid the cruft I accumulated over the years. My old laptop is on Yosemite ...
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Which port do I need to open?

Currently we have a bit of a dodgy setup with our firewall, and are using an ngrok program to effectively punch a hole in out firewall to allow a program through (jvue). Unfortunately, this is the ...
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VMWare Workstation on Windows7, Firewall Issues

I have a Ubuntu image running under VMWare Workstation 11.1 on a Windows 7 pro machine. This VM image is there in part to serve some files over TFTP to a number of hosts on a network. The tftp server ...
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Draytek Vigor 2925 outgoing connection

I have a Draytek Vigor 2925 at home. I use it for my home network an especially the VLAN option is nice, because I need to have multiple "seperate" networks. I have a strange problem, I'm not able to ...
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CheckPoint Firewall Comand Line Login fwpolicy.exe

Is there a way to use command line to login to CheckPoint Smart Dashboard with the fwpolicy.exe tool ? How do I look at the help pages or manpages ?
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Is there a way to stop websites on an Apache localhost web development server from accessing the Internet?

I am using Uniserver for PHP web development and I am running windows 8.1 and have Kaspersky installed on system. Most of my work involves working on WordPress websites. Wordpress core files and ...
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Passing through a firewall with a “reverse” proxy

I have to do a workshop in a firewalled environment which is preventing me to show everything I would like and I'm looking for a workaround. I'll be demoing a software which runs on Windows. During ...
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UDP over Internet

I have a small problem: I want to program a simple Apllication that sends a small word (in this case: "Hello") to a server. This Server should display it via cout. This is just a project to learn how ...
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How to white list some ip and all the rest block while having already a DMZ?

I have a Linux machine running which has local ip: 192.168.1.2 connected to a router with public IP 8.8.8.8, now the router 8.8.8.8 has DMZ to 192.168.1.2 As a result spammers, hackers, crackers ...
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Why do my nat iptables rules not work with marked packets?

System: debian squeeze, Linux server 2.6.32-5-amd64 #1 SMP Tue May 13 16:34:35 UTC 2014 x86_64 GNU/Linux, iptables v1.4.8 lsmod | grep iptable iptable_security 2176 0 iptable_mangle ...
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How can I make Ubuntu firewall rules ( ufw ) allow all traffic except…?

I'm new using Ubuntu and ufw command to set firewall rules. I have an apache service running and I'm able to deny the access to the root path using apache2.conf. I have another backend app running on ...
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Can't connect to SAMBA - ISP is blocking it

Security issues aside, I'd like to connect to a SAMBA share from home to a server (dedicated or vps, doesn't matter). The server works perfectly. The issue is on the client side. Let me more clear: ...
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about CentOS 7 apps & Driver [closed]

im using pc for several years but never tried Linux so im quite noob in this field. im using Autodesk maya, Nuke & will learn houdini very soon. i found that linux works faster for this apps so ...
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Firewall Throughput vs. UTM Throughput

I want to buy a new rack-mountable router with wireless capabilities. I was checking out the (Netgear UTM-25S. This router has a "firewall throughput" of 980 Mbps but a "UTM throughput" of only 24 ...
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Vyatta Firewall structure and Interface Direction

I've just purchased a Ubiquity EdgeRouter ER-8, and I'm working on configuring the firewall. In particular I'm confused about the direction "Local" for the interface I've defined as the WAN, and how I ...
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Prevent traffic to mac address using ebtables

I have an interface on a remote host: 2: eth0: <BROADCAST,MULTICAST,UP,10000> mtu 1500 qdisc pfifo_fast qlen 1000 link/ether 00:05:68:02:68:dd brd ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff inet 192.168.3.1/24 ...
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Linux: Block all applications from accessing internet and whitelist some (Kubuntu 14.04)

How can you block all applications from accessing the internet in Kubuntu, and only whitelist some? (To prevent automatic updates, downloads (data plan), "calling home" and sending any log/usage ...
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Nessus Home not logging in

I have deleted and reinstalled Nessus for the 7th time now and I still cannot log in. Ive checked everything from my firewall and SSl certificates. When I try to login it only shows a spinning wheel ...
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Disable Fortitoken on a Fortigate Firewall

I made an error while configuring my admin account on the FortiGate 60d and enabled forti token for 2 step authentication. Thing is I enabled the wrong token and I do not have that device with me. Now ...
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Unable to connect server through winSCP and its giving access denied error

Even though by providing correct username and password it's not allowing to connect to server. I turned off firewalls also in server. But, still not able to access FTP connection. I also checked that, ...
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iptables catches on DENY but not on ACCEPT place prior to it in the chain

I have a weird problem with my iptables firewall: If I set two consecutive identical rules, the first is ACCEPT and the second is DENY, the incoming packet is denied (and logged as such). How is it ...
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equivalent of iptables rule in ip6tables

I m newbie in the iptables. I have the following iptables rules in the source code of a project iptables -t mangle -I PREROUTING ! -i br0 -p TCP --dport 45 -j MARK --set-mark 0x1000 iptables -t nat ...