Free Firewall Test and Port Scan

Ready to Probe

Our server is ready to send traffic to your computer.  You may select either of two methods.

If you would like to simply generate some event traffic on your computer to test the event notification dialog and see some events in the log choose the simple probe.

 

Traffic Sent

Packets were successfully sent to your computer. The server was unable to obtain a connection or any traffic from your computer. This generally indicates that your firewall blocked the traffic successfully.

If you did not see an event warning it may indicate that the traffic did not reach your computer at all.

This could be due to any of the following reasons:

You are connecting to the Internet through a proxy server. When we attempted to connect back to the IP address your web traffic came from we actually were connecting to the proxy server, not your computer.
You are behind a corporate firewall which is redirecting traffic in an unexpected manner.
You are connecting to the Internet through a NAT (network address translator). When we attempted to connect back to the IP address your web traffic came from we actually were connecting to the proxy server, not your computer.
In any of these cases you will not see an event notification on your computer because our connection attempt did not reach your computer. In any case, your computer is secure.

 

If you would like the server to check a list of common ports on your computer to determine if it is able to obtain a connection to them use the port scan.

pfsense Firewall Setup and Features in Depth Version 2.4

pfsense Firewall Setup and Features in Depth Version 2.4

 

Requirements – 1:28 Download – 2:18 Installation – 2:50 Shell – 5:10 First Web Login (Default login) – 8:08 Wizard – 8:17 Dashboard – 10:02 Widgets – 10:27 System_Advanced – 14:55 System_CertMgr – 23:58 System_General – 24:41 System_HighAvail – 26:34 System_PackageMgr – 27:18 System_Routing – 28:37 System_SetupWizard/Update – 31:07 System_UserMgr – 31:48 Interface_Assignments – 38:07

How to remove IHS from Playstation 3, PS3 CELL CPU and RSX GPU

How to remove IHS from PS3 CELL CPU and RSX GPU

 

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Used to remove CELL IHS – Feeler gauge purchased on ebay. Rounded off edges and sanded down the end using dremel very thin to get under IHS Used to remove RSX IHS – Heatgun set to 1050 degrees farenheit for about 30-45 seconds. Don’t recommend over 60 seconds. Then used a thin butter knife to pop it off with a clip from a business card under the knife to protect the BGA. Then used a razor to clean the RAM blocks on the RSX and same for both IHS. But on the CELL to clean off the residue i recommend a small ended blade like the one in the video otherwise you can scratch it. The RAM blocks can also very cleaned be finished using sand paper. I personally choose not to use glue when putting back the IHS, simply because in case you need to rework again its not a pain to remove and so there isnt more stress on BGA. Also because when put back together carefully it doesnt move. I also make sure to use a board support when doing this I do not take credit for this though, through forums and threads ive found many great people sharing their knowledge, im simply making an easy video to help others.