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By default the Guest runs using a NAT network, meaning that it is secured to not let anything get out unless you make it possible. A virus can always come in the Guest, but it will then be contained inside the guest. However, for a virus to reach the guest, you will need to do something that will get the virus in there, such as run malicious code. (like ...


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You'll need to first disable the Sharing settings under System Preferences -> Sharing and turn them off on the left by unchecking them which will automatically remove them from the Firewall allowed list.


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You've done your dev all wrong if you're testing with "localhost" rather than a named-based virtual host setup where you can create your own (real) dummy domain and you can then configure your guests/LAN machines to point your dummy domain to the webserver IP via the HOSTS or DNS which will mean no matter what machine you use whenever you go to your dummy ...


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If it is possible **, you simply need to setup bridge networking to virtual interfaces. VMWare comes with bridging when installed. You just need to configure the VM's to use it on the primary ethernet adapter connected directly to the physical switch. ** This may not be possible if your ISP limits the number of IP addresses to one per port (not common). ...


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It is simple with nmap examples: #sintaxis nmap -p [port] hostName #first is command, after scan ports, type port - port or range ports, and ip or name of website... ## Scan port 80 nmap -p 80 onofri.org ## Scan TCP port 80 nmap -p T:80 onofri.org ## Scan UDP port 53 nmap -p U:53 onofri.org ## Scan two ports ## nmap -p 80,443 onofri.org ## Scan port ...



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