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in ProcessExplorer what is the difference between remote address = 127.0.0.1:0 and *:*?

In Process Explorer when I select a process click on "TCP/IP" tab it shows 5 columns: Protocol, Local Address, Remote Address, State, Service. Under Remote Address, I often see entries such as ...
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Open Ports - Strange Errors

I was doing an open port check 1-65535 on my external IP from an online tool and I could see 5 open ports! When I opened one of them in my browser myip:3541 and I could see only this response: ...
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How to block an incoming port to a router?

Recently there have been a lot of people cheating on Xbox Live using a modded Xbox and a networking service called Xbox Live Stealth which allows them to bypass the Microsoft servers so their Xbox's ...
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What's up with port 8080 on my OSX box?

I thought a web server process I brought up was listening on localhost:8080, and tried to connect to it, but kept getting connection reset errors. As it turns out, I was mistaken and my process was ...
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Bypass blocked ports w/ proxycap or Hamachi on 80\\433

Hey guys I am behind the worst school network on the world, set up by the worst IT people on the world. The administrator already excused for all that what's going on, but he told me, he can't change ...
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Configure wireless router to only allow web access

I have a (very common inexpensive) wireless Cisco router at the office where I work. The manager wanted to know if there's a way to configure the router to allow only web access. How would I go about ...
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Ports 3128 and 8080 exposed for 19 out of 20 devices on home LAN?

I don't think it's a bug in SoftPerfect's Network Scanner because I can get the same results using two other port scanners. Oddly, "Giga" is the only device that does not show as exposing 8080, yet ...
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Limit user bound ports to arbitrary ranges

Is it possible to allow user to bind only certain ports? For example, I was trying to achieve this: user1: can bind only on ports 4001 and 4002 user2: can bind only on ports 5001 and 5002 and so ...
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Can't connect to VMWare Player from host machine

Running VMware player with Cent OS. Running a server in the virtual os and trying to connect to it from the host pc to no avail. I have tried bridged, NAT, and host-only type network connections. I am ...
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How can I check what outbound ports are allowed in a network?

On some networks (primarily corporate ones), the firewall restricts outbound connections to some port number. The allowed ports generally comprise of port 80, 11, 443, etc. Is there a way I could do ...
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http ftp imap smtp and some additional ports not working

I'm writing this using a 3G connection on my phone. At lunch time yesterday, the ports above and a few additional other ports like 40001 and 4089 stopped working on my internet connection at work. ...
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How do I open a port in Ubuntu when

My wireless is listening on 192.168.1.4 SSH is listening on 192.168.1.4:22 No firewall is running TCP wrappers are not configured, I can connect wirelessly to the Internet My kernel logs show that ...
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How to find exe listening on port?

I try with netstat -ab -p tcp -n and among the results get: TCP 0.0.0.0:47001 0.0.0.0:0 LISTENING Can not obtain ownership information I am running as administrator and ...
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Netstat -a command : Difference between 0.0.0.0 and 127.0.0.1

When running netstat -a on my local machine, i see ports on the 0.0.0.0 address listening. I would assume that 0.0.0.0 is my local machine, except that i also see 127.0.0.1 listening to specific ...