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Open ports on kaspersky...

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Hello there, I want to open a port on kaspersky and let's say I need a u-torrent port,

I can check the ports from here...Let's say I need port 514 to be opened!

 

 

http://www.utorrent.com/testport?port=514

 

When I check here with UTorrent Closed, port is CLOSED

When I open UTorrent port is OPEN.

 

 

This is an example, I want to open a port to be OPEN without opening any program!

Cause this program is on my VMWare Virtual operating system...

please help me up :cb_punk:

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Not possible.

A program/service opens a port when it needs it, when there's nothing running, the port won't be open. This has nothing to do with firewalls, it's just how networking works.

You can allow communication through the port, but this just means the port scanner will see it as open when the program is running (if you disallow communication it will be seen as closed when the program is running as well), but this has no impact on what's going on when nothing is running.

 

So this is probably not what you want. Rephrase your question.

Edited by Lucian Bara

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That means that when I have all programs closed no1 can hack me through ports ? :P

hehe...

 

I want to run a server thought VMware virtual windows XP...

this needs to open a port , but how can I allow it to be open from kaspersky?

It's not on my main OS, it's on a VIRTUAL OS..

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Theoretically yes, but some system services still run in the background, you need some serious tweaking to close everything.

this needs to open a port , but how can I allow it to be open from kaspersky?

so it doesn't work at this moment?

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Theoretically yes, but some system services still run in the background, you need some serious tweaking to close everything.

 

so it doesn't work at this moment?

 

No it doesn't work...

I made VMWARE Network Bridged so it get's an local IP : 192.168.1.11 and add it to open port from the router but still it doesnt work on the program.

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is the windows firewall disabled on the guest OS?

Edited by Lucian Bara

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is the windows firewall disabled on the guest OS?

 

Hmm the service of windows firewall is disabled (TinyXP) Many services removed and Windows firewall is removed too..

So I think it is disabled.

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