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System blocks port 80, how to release it?

I need to use port 80 on my Apache server, but it is used by PID 4, which is (on my computer) the process System. How can I release this port?
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Port Forwarding ADSL

I have TP LINK TD-8817 as my ADSL Router, and TP-LINK TL-MR3420 as Wifi Router. I've done to open port 80, based on this result *please see this picture and the problem is : when I access my ...
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65K ports and SSL? [closed]

People connect to bank using SSL. Bank is opening its 443 port. but there is only 1 port of 443 , but it is a server so I guess he is using also the other ports. But that is means that it can only ...
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Windows 7 is blocking ports

I am trying to open port 80 and 3690 for HTTP and svnserve respectively (inbound for both). I have Windows Firewall off, and have tried temporarily disabling Mcafee VirusScan Enterprise, to no avail. ...
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How do I change the default TCP listening port for VLC HTTP Remote Control from 8080?

I think most of the info is in the question but here's a little more detail on what I'm trying to achieve. I control VLC via my Android phone and the VLC Remote app. It works just fine, but I'd ...
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Monitoring incoming requests on a web hosting server

I have a web hosting account with GoDaddy (its a Linux based hosting). Can I install applications like netcat to monitor all incoming requests to my website on a certain port? If not, is there any ...
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Allow only HTTP/HTTPS comunication with Agitum Outpost Security Suite Free

Hi I use Agitum Outpost Security Suite Free and I would like allow only HTTP(80) a HTTPS(443) protocols for IN/OUT and also allow local ports for Oracle database, etc. I try use Network Rules -> ...
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How can I find out which process is listening on a port on linux? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Finding the process that is using a certain port in Linux How can I find out which process is listening on a port on linux?
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trying to access Google server on different ports

Why is that http://www.google.com:443/ fails almost instantaneously, while http://www.google.com:8080/ takes some more time before failing? If there is no server on these ports, both the ...
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How do I determine which application is using port 8080? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Finding the process that is using a certain port in linux I have an Ubuntu Server setup, where I'm trying to set up a daemon that wants to have access to port 8080. When ...