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This happened to me when I had a bridge from eth0 to virbr0 (for kvm/qemu). So if anyone get a similar problem try disabling the bridge (in /etc/network/interfaces), restart network and try again. After adding rules you can re-enable the bridge. Or just do not use Firestarter. It's a dead application and it seems like the problem is a bug in Firestarter. ...


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So far, it will work through the control panel but not through the modern UI. This is with the way we have always done it - svchost.exe and windows update service custom rule. Now you have to allow Svchost.exe through like you would any program (or with all services and packages). This way both control panel and modern UI work. I'm not sure why this is. ...


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Windows Firewall service is not running. To start it, open Control Panel -> Administration Tools -> Services. There find Windows Firewall(it will be translated to lithuanian), right click it and select Start.


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There is full documentation about ports availible. It is not clear why you think it not availble. Asterisk use port depend of technology/channel type used For sip protocol asterisk use port described in sip.conf(default 5060) and for rtp data use ports described in rtp.conf(default 10000-20000). Usually sip use only udp port. TCP-sip can also use tcp port. ...


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You forward traffic coming in on a port to a device behind the firewall. No need to open a port "for each device" if they are all hitting the same service. Imagine it was a public-facing service, would you expect to have to open a port for each and every person on the Internet who might want to access it? :) Anyhow, for your NVG510: under NAT/Gaming you ...


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A firewall set properly could block all programs that try to talk out to the web without having been told they can by you. (barring the fact that things can craftily take other routes there). I use the "Windows firewall notifier" program, which can set the windows own firewall into actually working, and uses windows own logging to alert. Then it becomes a ...


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I have been using a keylogger and my AntiVirus flagged it as a virus today. I would like to know if its been sending a log over the internet as opposed to just keeping it locally like it should be. You can use netstat to see if your logger has a socket open. See The netstat command can now display process IDs.... Related: the antivirus probably flagged ...


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Those look like pool.ntp.org servers. These are the default servers for Fedora and Ubuntu. They have a vendor namespaces program so Fedora uses 0.fedora.pool.ntp.org and Ubuntu uses 0.fedora.pool.ntp.org. In order for servers to be listed in the pool they have to serve accurate time. So there really is no need to change the settings and it helps take the ...


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Open Control Panel. Search for "Windows Firewall". Click the link that shows up below. Click the link on the left saying "Allow an app or feature through Windows Firewall". Find your program on the list and check its corresponding checkbox. Click ok. Hope this helps!



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