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comment How to find whether setcap is supported in Linux
@WikiWitz It is a thing of Linux, but some custom kernels don't come with Linux Capabilities support.
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comment How to resolve conflict in iptable rules
Thanks a ton. Solved the problem!
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accepted How to resolve conflict in iptable rules
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accepted Is it possible for root to execute a command as non-root
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accepted Will increasing number of rules in iptables slow down my internet
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comment Will increasing number of rules in iptables slow down my internet
Actually it affected my download speed considerably
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asked Will increasing number of rules in iptables slow down my internet
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comment Is it possible to figure out which http request generated the corresponding response
Using ports did the job!
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comment Match multiple strings in iptables
I can do this, but only at application level. By analyzing the queued packets matching any one string, and then matching for second string in my netfilter_queue C module. This method is definitely slower.