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Is there a way to stop OS X opening NAT-PNP/uPNP holes for every open port on *?

With any luck, there's an easy work-around for this: curl ifconfig.me to find your external IP address sudo lsof -i4 -n | grep LISTEN | grep \* to find processes listening for connections from other ...
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Set DSCP/TOS IPv4 header for certain packets

I'm trying to set the value of the DSCP/TOS field for certain outgoing packets (for example all ACK packets) for all applications. I've looked through the pfctl/pfconf.org and ipfw docs/manpages but ...
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CrashPlan requests network connection on startup

Since upgrading to Mavericks, CrashPlan requests incoming network connections each time my MBP is restarted. I always click "Allow" and I've ensured that my firewall settings allow it, but I still get ...
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packet forwarding on OSX mavericks

My MacBookAir(Mavericks 10.9.2) need to share my internet connection(wi-fi;en0) with BeagleBoneBlack(BBB) which are in 192.168.7.0 subnet over en6 interface. ifconfig $ ifconfig lo0: ...
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How can I allow a “development” program through the firewall?

I have an application (java) that I compile/run through netbeans, I want to access it from a different computer. Opening a port might be the best solution, though if so I'd like to be a little more ...
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60 views

Free firewall and network monitor Application like the LittleSnitch? [duplicate]

I am searching for a good free firewall and network monitor as the littlesnitch but I can't pay for this app. I want a firewall that will protect me but more of that to monitor any connection in or ...
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I have a service listening on a port, how do I open the port externally?

I have a service that is listening on a tcp port, and it is listed with this command: >netstat -atp tcp | grep -i "listen" tcp4 0 0 192.168.2.5.8070 *.* LISTEN ...
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CalenderAgent: howto allow connection only if needed?

I use LittleSnitch, and there i can see that CalenderAgent makes still connection to Google and iCloud even iCal is closed. Because of several reason..., I want to allow CallanderAgent making ...
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MacOS 10.6 firewall treats IPv4 and IPv6 packets differently

I'm develping a wireless MIDI controller. When connecting to a Mac running Mac OS 10.6, everything works fine, so long as the controller attempts to connect to the Mac using IPv4. When using IPv6, I ...
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2answers
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What are the numerous incoming connections I see on public wifi for?

In general I have incoming connections disabled by my security software (Little Snitch). But even when I do this, on public wifi, I see numerous incoming connections for netbios and mDNSResponder ...
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1answer
575 views

OSX Firewall: Forwarding Ports & Ignoring Non-Local Requests

On my production Debian server I use this to forward requests that come in to port 80 to a non-root process running on port 8080: sudo iptables -A PREROUTING -t nat -i eth0 -p tcp --dport 80 -j ...
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Prevent data on unsecured wireless, until VPN is connected [duplicate]

There's a lot of good advice around about avoiding connecting to unsecured wireless networks, and using a VPN (for all traffic) if you absolutely must use one. What seems to be missing from this ...
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Open ports. Safe?

My friend is currently running the default firewall with "Block all incoming connection" (except the basic ones like 80). I just scanned his mac for open ports and I found the following: Open TCP ...
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1answer
624 views

Is it possible to block a specific IP from attempting to connect to screen sharing?

I have noticed for some time that the shared screen icon flickers on and off on my menubar every couple of minutes (MacBook Pro, MAC OS X 10.8.4). I thought it was a glitch or a bug. I've checked the ...
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Enforcing firewall (native or 3rd-party)

We're currently doing PCI compliance, and one of the requirements is that mobile devices that have access to systems involved in processing card data have personal firewall software installed which ...
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Can someone help me with errors in my pf.conf file? OS 10.7

I keep getting errors about the order of my rules and that there are syntax errors in my pf.conf file, and after troubleshooting for days, I thought I'd ask for some help. Please take a look and let ...
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FTP: active vs. passive, command line vs. browser

Here's a weird one for everyone. I'll use AskDifferent because my test bed is on a Mac, but I don't know that the underlying issue is specifically Mac. My Mac is behind a NAT wall. Let's call my ...
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How can I disable the firewall on OS X after forgetting how I set it?

I have enabled an option on my mac to ask for permission every time I open an network application, But I can't seem to find out how to turn it off. Where would I disable the below dialog?
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Should I block incoming connections from “netbiosd”?

My (application) firewall settings are configured to block incoming connections from netbiosd. I don't recall setting this myself, and wonder what the consequences are. What are the consequences of ...
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Macbook Pro 10.7.5 I have internet connection but can't open any page

I need some help. My internet was working fine and all of a sudden I am not able to open a web page. I went through some of the steps you recommended to other users, such as adding DNS 208.67.222.222 ...
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Ip blocked since I updated my Mac to Mountain Lion

Since I've upgraded my mac from lion to mountain lion, the ip 5.9.31.48 (api.shellycloud.com) appear to be down (ping said that "Host is down"). So I think that there is somewhere a firewall rule that ...
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Little snitch and different network profiles

Is there any way to have different "little snitch" rules set for different networking profiles ? like for HOME one rule list for WORK another etc ...
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How do I allow a single IP to access everything on my Mac?

I tried IceFloor, but it's not working to white list all traffic from a single IP to bypass firewalls.
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“Accept incoming network connections” issue

Due to some graphic and/or code based changes, within programs like Dropbox, iTunes, jDownloader etc. (but mostly Java-based applications), the built-in firewall keeps asking for verification. ...
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How can I get the exact URLs/requests that a program is trying to connect to?

I currently use Little Snitch to control network traffic on my Macbook Pro, and see what my apps are connecting to. Unfortunately, Little Snitch only shows you the hostname that an app is connecting ...
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Reasons to prefer Little Snitch over the built-in firewall

Every now and then I browse through software you must have on your mac type lists and more often than not somebody mentions Little Snitch as a must-have application. Now what I think that many people ...
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How should I set up the firewall and DHCP with an AirPort Extreme and Lion Server?

I'm trying to set up a network using an AirPort Extreme as a router (connected to the WAN on one end and the LAN on the other). I understand that out of the box I will have a hardware firewall, and ...
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Questions about how Internet Sharing works

A simple checkbox and a menu allow you to share your internet connection (no matter which interface you get it on) with any other interface (theoretically). But, the guts of this is a little ...
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Is there a way to use different network connections for different apps

At work we have a firewall that prevents certain outbound connections. But I also have a Clear wireless personal hotspot. I would like to use the work connection for normal requests but for certain ...
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2answers
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Settings for Firewall and AirPort Extreme Router to Open a Port

I am trying to make ports on my OSX 10.6.5 mbp accessible to the open internet. The only thing I could find in the system firewall was allowing (or disallowing) a particular.app file, but nothing ...
3
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1answer
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How can I restrict Mac sharing services to a specific network/adapter?

I want is to set up a Mac to connect to multiple networks. So far, so good. However, I only want to grant AFP access to users on ONE of the networks, but not the other. How can I accomplish this on ...