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comment Run Service Control (sc.exe) command on secure port
Well, at first, our security department was saying if it was not secure, they wouldn't allow it, because it's in the DMZ. I am not sure how to tell if the protocols themselves are secure/encrypted, or if the individual ports are. Also, they had never heard of sc.exe before to turn on/off Windows Services. They were more familiar with PowerShell.
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comment Run Service Control (sc.exe) command on secure port
What was your question?
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comment Run Service Control (sc.exe) command on secure port
Looks like TCP protocol is secure! Thanks Massimo!
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comment Postgres Remote Access
This also worked for me, but I had to put it at the top of the pg_hba rules. Then had to restart the postgresql service. I'm using version 9.1
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comment How can the SSDP protocol be filtered out of Wireshark view?
Actually, I found this link. Maybe the IP address is always the same. 239.255.255.250. wiki.wireshark.org/SSDP I'm on Windows 7.
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comment How can the SSDP protocol be filtered out of Wireshark view?
This worked for me: http && !udp .... it filtered out the same packets as my answer, but this seems more realistic.