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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?
Sep
20
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Sep
20
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Aug
2
answered can't connect to local server by ssh