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That looks like a load of outgoing connections to an Amazon CloudFront node. CloudFront is Amazon's content delivery network product. It could be hosting anything. So to answer your headline question: No, you aren't being ddossed. This isn't distributed and it's not an attack. Your computer is nuking your network by creating too many connections for your ...


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A possible duplicate of this other question, but under there, the real answer to this question - a program like NetStumbler from Windows - is this answer: LinSSID


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You could try using juju bootstrap --upload-tools as a workaround. It should avoid the need for Juju to go out to the internet for getting the tools.


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A simple tunnel is more usually done as ssh -L 8080:localhost:80 myUsername@remoteserver.com This would allow you to access the web server on the remote server, when you have ssh access to it, but do not have web access to it. ssh'ing to your localhost is usually pointless. It is only done to check your ssh server is running properly or keys are correct. ...


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Is it possible to block it for all users including root but whitelist SOMEUSERNAME internet access? Can be done with iptables: iptables -A OUTPUT -m owner --uid-owner SOMEUSERNAME -j ACCEPT iptables -A OUTPUT -j REJECT This is not very nuanced. Of course, the root user can go ahead and rewrite the iptables rules to give itself permission. You can ...


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You can use mail option from Linux command line. Default format is given below. mail -s “Hello ASKUBUNTU” you@youremailid.com To add content to the body of the mail while running the command you can use the following options. If you want to add text on your own: echo “This will go into the body of the mail.” | mail -s “Hello world” you@youremailid.com ...


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Found the answer here: http://derflounder.wordpress.com/2014/06/13/firefox-30-blocks-access-on-non-windows-platforms-to-sharepoint-and-iis-sites/ Open Firefox In the address bar, enter the following: about:config If prompted, click on the I’ll be careful, I promise! button. Search for the following: network.negotiate-auth.allow-insecure-ntlm-v1 Once the ...


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Assuming you are running Ubuntu 14.04 or later, I suggest you get a temporary internet connection, open a terminal and do: sudo apt-get install bcmwl-kernel-source Reboot and your wireless should be working.



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