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Firewall Settings HTTP (port 80) HTTPS port 443 FTP port 21 error message

Discussion in 'General Security' started by mulebit, Jun 23, 2010.

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  1. mulebit

    mulebit Thread Starter

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    I have suddenly gotten this on my main computer. (Windows XP)
    A previous techguy thread (expired) said to check my dns numbers with "jpconfig /all"
    However, my computer will not allow me to run that program in safe mode.
    Is it a bug issue... or will that program only run in full mode?
     
  2. perfume

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    Dear mulebit,
    It actually is " ipconfig /all " i.e replace" j"with "i".Please go to command prompt under Start--> Programs-->accessories. No need for "safe mode" to carry out this task. Can you kindly provide details of your computer specifications? Are you using a third party firewall and if so which brand? What security software are you running?
     
  3. mulebit

    mulebit Thread Starter

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    Have Windows XP. Am using PC Illin, Spyware Dr and now Malware... along with windows firewall. The virus/bug/whatever does not allow me to access ipconfig at all. Have found a new way to try (start>run>cmd>ipconfig) and will see if that allows me access.

    Though admit, once there, I am not sure what to be looking for. Believe I need to see if the IP address and DNS server are the same there as on my comp info.

    Any thoughts...
     
  4. lunarlander

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    Can you give the exact error message that your firewall is showing?
     
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