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VixinG

After I find a specific port with a netstat, can I block or disconnect it, even while it's in use?

I tried on skype conversation with Jokke's firewall, but it's not supporting ports already in use.

Is there any other method ? ;)

+ I want to add this to my script, so it can't be done with other program, eg. Emsa port blocker.

Best regards,

VixinG


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VixinG

Searched the forum again, and can't find. Any tips? Sorry for early bumping.


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VixinG

Bump ;)


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VixinG

Is that possible? :|


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Xenobiologist

Why do you want to do that?

Why not using a proxy, firewall?

Maybe this helps you

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/813878/en

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VixinG

I'm using push-to-talk software, which doesn't allow to switch server, before you disconnect from last and wait 30 sec. But when I disconnect using port block, it allows me to do that instantly. I tried with IPseccmd and I know it works, but I was wondering if there's a similar method in AutoIt.


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