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Windows 7: blocking some ports

09 Oct 2009   #11
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by logicearth View Post
Yes all Inbound connection are denied, if there is no rule for allowing the port to be open. Inbound by default is blocked to unsolicited request.
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that means , all ports are blocked by Windows Firewall(default) for inbound connections.But the closed ports can be open for outbound connections.

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