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Here are a few details that might help clarify the situation: Ports less than 1024 are (in most OSes) privileged ports that require root to run anything on them. This is intended as a security feature to make it more difficult for an attacker to host services on important ports on a compromised server. As a result, root is required to run anything on port ...


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Firefox (Firefox 68.0, under Linux) doesn't store this info in Cookies and Site Data but in History. You need to go to Preferences->Privacy & Security and under the History section, click on Clear History.... Make sure the Active Logins checkbox is checked before you submit.


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Owasp dependency check is one of the ways to go. It downloads all the latest vulnerability listings for the dependencies and than checks your app dependencies against them. Tool: https://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_Dependency_Check Guide: https://medium.com/@appmattus/android-security-scanning-your-app-for-known-vulnerabilities-421384603fc5


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