Rather than opening up ports I need to block them... specifically 80 and 3306. I am using a webserver (for localhost only for web dev testing purpose), but to make it a little more secure I would like to block all incoming from these two ports as well.
I know how to allow ports in the firewall, but how do you block them?
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Thanks for the link - completely stealth. I would still like to know if it possible to manually and specifically block a port in the firewall though. I can only assume they treat the current firewall settings as a 'whitelist' due to the setup and options present. It would be nice to have the peace of mind that a specific filter has been added and blocked from your own rule.
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