I ran a netstat on my server and port 80 is listening, does that mean it is open and vulnerable to attacks? [closed]
Sorry I am just getting into Web Development and trying to learn more about servers and PHP, so I downloaded the LAMP stack on an Ubuntu14 OS and started an apache2 server. tcp6 0 0 :::80 ...
If a website is running on HTTPS only, is it reasonable to close port 80 of the web server and only leave port 443 open? Does this action provide more security for the website?
This morning, I was experimenting with some keyloggers and noticed that they have a feature to send e-mails to the attacker. How can these e-mails be intercepted? Let us say that I have a packet ...
Let us say that I send an email using Yahoo Mail or GMail. Can this email be intercepted using a packet sniffer? On which port does the email travel? HTTP, SMTP, POP3?
Since port 80 is typically used for HTTP must a web server have it open or otherwise configure links to specify a different port (e.g. http://www.example.com:8080/mypage.html)? For example this site ...