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I have had absolute success in insuring that no connection is established to akamAI; my system runs fine completely without any access to Akamai. This is how I managed to accomplish the manipulation in question... I used PC-Tools free firewall: http://www.pctools.com/mirror/fwinstall.exe Applications > Set all of the applications you hate to BLOCK ...


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Check out the iOS Hacker's Handbook, chapter 4, especially the (under "Downloads") downloadable material from chapter 4. It contains a meterpreter that runs on iOS 4 that could possibly be ported to newer versions -- I verified that it does work on iOS 5. The targeted iPhone in chapter 4 is not jailbroken or otherwise modified.


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You can export the workspace from the Metasploit installed on Linux, install Metasploit on Mac OS using Carlos Parez's script or using the method outlined here. Once the installation is complete, import the workspace and you will have all the data (hosts, vulnerability information, looted data, etc) in the new setup. To export the workspace data, connect to ...


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No you cannot do this. The coding is specific to the operating system, Linux and OSX are different. There are two options for you. The first is to go through installing Metasploit on OSX and the other alternative would be for you to install VirtualBox, Fusion, or some other virtualization software (Parallels), and install Linux as a guest inside of OSX.


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I am creating another answer because my other is accurate in securing open connections, but I have discovered a more pressing problem with your question. You are mixing up two different scans. You include the whole scan in the first image. This is you scanning your loopback address (127.0.0.1), which as I commented earlier, does not connect to other ...


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Are you scanning you box from itself? If so you will not get an accurate picture of what is open sometimes,especially with Nmap as @bonsaiviking mentioned.So Make sure you scan fom another host on the same subnet. Below is a tinky TCP service you don't need. Go to /etc/inetd.conf and comment them out. Look for any others as well. 7/tcp filtered echo ...


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If you never set up squid-http, run the following command to see if it is actually the process using the port: ps -auxf | grep squid. If squid is running, then run: killall squid and take the steps to remove it from your computer. Either way, you should close open ports on your router unless they are open for a reason. Also block all inbound and outbound ...


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You should read up on what filtered means. It does not mean that those ports are open, but rather that Nmap didn't receive a response from them. On a localhost scan, this is very unlikely, but could happen if you are scanning "too fast" I suppose. For checking open ports on your own system, your first tool should be netstat. This will show you (among other ...



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