Sharley wrote:Which firewall are you using?
If the firewall from your OS Internet Connection Firewall see the link below and disable this almost useless firewall.
Sharley wrote:I recommend the Comodo Free Internet Security Suite (not the pro) which will allow you to do the above easily and is rated the best firewall out there - Comodo issues SSL certificates and is very Internet Security orientated.
Ignore any references to chmod in your scripts as the chmod command is for *nix environments not Windows, your scripts will work locally by default - see link below.diasick wrote:how do i CHMOD in xampp.. i use smartftp and it wont let me chmod local files...
Sorry, none at all but Google would be your best friend for gidgets like that which would produce results with a broader review base than here - if Seagate make them I can recommend the quality of their hard drive products and the free software to manage them (SeaTools).diasick wrote:...also i need a external hard drive...any recommendations?
diasick wrote:...also i need a external hard drive...any recommendations? i can only afford one of them 2tb hard drives at the moment
because with my pc the site is only viewable when my pc is on
i usually restart it 3 times a day and during that time my site is down
See if there is anything that suits in the results of this Google search for free firewall for Windows Server 2003 (link).dmphotography wrote:Does anyone know of a good free or cheap firewall software for Windows Server 2003? Commando doesn't work with it.
viewtopic.php?p=132667#p132667dmphotography wrote:...Now my question is when I do a security test of open ports, port 80 is obviously open for web traffic because of the server. What are the risks associated with that? And what do you do to protect yourself there since you must allow traffic on that port?
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