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Need to BLOCK TeamViewer, LogMeIn, etc....help please.


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#1 Dr.Dan

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Posted 30 April 2014 - 08:10 PM

OK so I am trying to BLOCK, not ALLOW TeamViewer, LogMeIn,GoToMeeting, etc using my router to block domains and IP addresses, ports, etc. so that way I can stop hackers from getting into my computer. What exactly are the IP addresses, ports, etc. that I should block for these programs. Any help would greatly be appreciated, thanks.

 

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Posted 01 May 2014 - 07:29 AM

Do you run the TeamViewer, GoToMyPC, ... clients on your machine?

 

A requirement for remote access with TeamViewer, is that you run the TeamViewer client on your machine.

If no TeamViewer is running on your machine, then it is impossible to remotely connect to your machine via TeamViewer.


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