But how can I stop that? I mean how to configure it in such a way so that it just go to my HDD and bring the pages directly to my browser?
Well you could create a new kind of browser, one that just operates on ONE PC. oh, bad idea, eh?
OK - the answer is - you can't - but it doesn't matter, that traffic can't be routed onto the internet (just like the traffic on your local network) Its designed into the NIC's drivers and the OS. Traffic for 127.0.0.1 is LOOPED BACK onto the local machine (waaay over this discussion) please visualize a LOOP BACK http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5285 ... ip-address
NO - Port 80 forwarding would have to be enabled on your router.
at the risk of being impertinent - I doubt anyone at your ISP cares, have you been talking to that naughty Julian Assange again??. or are you really Hillary Clinton???? WOW!
I do have a simple solution that works 100% (provided you don't have external links in your blog that you need to work with) just unplug the cable or disable the NIC/ wifi in Windows. I'm pretty sure Apache or your browser won't care. But that is silly, isn't it???
You could also read my guide to securing XAMPP.http://bravo.newnetenterprises.com/word ... -security/
it explains - almost everything -
Good Luck and take a chill pill, Julian is in jail in the UK and likely going nowhere soon
If you want to get paranoid, this is not the place.