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Apr
23
comment Https request call capture in Wireshark
Normally wireshark captures all. When captured, try to put a filter on your display for traffic over port 443 (tcp.port eq 443). Else, you're maybe surfing over WIFI and capturing ethernet?
May
22
answered How to find exe listening on port?
May
21
comment How do I close remote ports?
You need to add inbound rules; inbound is from other machines (also that website) to your machine. Outbound are your apps/services accessing other machines.
May
21
comment How do I close remote ports?
IPSec is usually used for VPN's, it provides a "secure tunnel". Your firewall configuration and/or checking what services are enabled upon startup are your best bet.
May
21
answered How do I close remote ports?
May
21
comment How do I close remote ports?
ICMP echo requests do just that, wait for a response. They won't tell you anything about ports, that's TCP and UDP.
Mar
18
answered How to find the IP address of a router
Mar
12
answered Recreating ISO from a live usb
Mar
11
answered Configure putty to use HTTP Proxy
Mar
11
comment Configure putty to use HTTP Proxy
Well, you'd need to run the service on a port that's allowed (outbound) by your proxy/firewall, it's that simple. Or to install a "management" tool to access a shell a la "webmin" (doxfer.webmin.com/Webmin/CommandShell). Those are the only options you have imho.
Mar
10
comment Configure putty to use HTTP Proxy
Run your SSH server on 443/tcp and see if it connects. Or install a JS / Java based SSH client, or run something like webmin.
Mar
10
comment Configure putty to use HTTP Proxy
Maybe the proxy isn't allowing any traffic to 22/tcp (assuming you're running SSH on that port)
Apr
23
answered How to give access to user for specifig directory?
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Aug
2
answered can't connect to local server by ssh