## How to Disconnect established connections

I have an established connection 13.89.187.212 & 13.89.217.116 that is listed as a hacker on ipabuse website. I type in 192.168.0.1 on several different browsers; some of them start acting funny but most say “cannot reach page”. Virus scans (TotalAV, Roguekiller, Hitman Pro, NortonPowerErasure, etc. and resetting my network have failed). I hold the reset button on my router for over a minute and it won’t reset to factory. He’s got me and I’m fucked. Re-installing Windows has proved useless. Wtf am I supposed to do?

## I need a proofreader/editor for my established word press e commerce

I sell online exams and study guides and the set up is driving me crazy when I try to edit certain online exam content. Can someone point me in the right direction? I was given instructions by the Developer in FL but she does not care I guess. She does something because she bills us 50/mo. It was fine in Sept 2018 but maybe it needs to be updated since then idk. I also think she has other people to tinker with the website and she does not check there work I find out through our customers if…

I need a proofreader/editor for my established word press e commerce

## Understanding, Interpreting and Taking Action on Established Connections

Background:

I have what I believe is a serious malware problem but virtually all scanning tools won’t detect anything or if they do rarely do so consistently. I believe the malware (in some way/shape/form) sets up a VM on my computer and links to the main install with network/sharing manipulation. Just a couple of days ago, I decided to encrypt a partition on an external drive and either the OS partition where my windows 10 install or another but don’t really remember thanks to a distraction. I never received the confirmation and reboot phase when encrypting the OS partition, so it was probably my storage partition i had previously created.
The machine is now behaving almost normal with the exceptions of a few things. I was having issues with a couple of websites I was trying to get downloads from and decided to see what netstat listed for connections to my PC. There are several established entries to the same name as my PC, all with connections to ports in the range of 44,000-51,000 over TCP and then there are a few with regular IP addresses over https. When trying to look up the addresses using WHOIS IP, it is telling me that several are Microsoft, one Verizon (this one is puzzling because I don’t have Verizon service) and the others return an error saying there is no “A” records. Please see the netstat output below along with the questionable connection resolved info.

Questions:

1. What does the error ‘there is no “A” records’ mean?

2. How do I know the other MS connections are legitimate and if not how do I find more about the owner or connection so I can do something about it other than trying to block that IP address?

``` source:  whois.arin.net IP Address:  13.89.187.212 Name:  MSFT Handle:  NET-13-64-0-0-1 Registration Date:  3/26/15 Range:  13.64.0.0-13.107.255.255 Org:  Microsoft Corporation Org Handle:  MSFT Address:  One Microsoft Way City:  Redmond State/Province:  WA Postal Code:  98052 Country:  United States Name Servers: Source:  whois.arin.net IP Address:  72.21.81.200 Name:  EDGECAST-NETBLK-01 Handle:  NET-72-21-80-0-1 Registration Date:  4/23/07 Range:  72.21.80.0-72.21.95.255 Org:  MCI Communications Services, Inc. d/b/a Verizon Business Org Handle:  MCICS Address:  22001 Loudoun County Pkwy City:  Ashburn State/Province:  VA Postal Code:  20147 Country:  United States Name Servers: Source:  whois.arin.net IP Address:  204.79.197.222 Name:  ECN-NETWORK Handle:  NET-204-79-195-0-1 Registration Date:  12/15/94 Range:  204.79.195.0-204.79.197.255 Org:  Microsoft Corporation Org Handle:  MSFT Address:  One Microsoft Way City:  Redmond State/Province:  WA Postal Code:  98052 Country:  United States Name Servers:
Active Connections
`Proto  Local Address          Foreign Address        State TCP    127.0.0.1:44117        DESKTOP-5A27A3L:50311  ESTABLISHED TCP    127.0.0.1:50277        DESKTOP-5A27A3L:50278  ESTABLISHED TCP    127.0.0.1:50278        DESKTOP-5A27A3L:50277  ESTABLISHED TCP    127.0.0.1:50279        DESKTOP-5A27A3L:50280  ESTABLISHED TCP    127.0.0.1:50280        DESKTOP-5A27A3L:50279  ESTABLISHED TCP    127.0.0.1:50281        DESKTOP-5A27A3L:50282  ESTABLISHED TCP    127.0.0.1:50282        DESKTOP-5A27A3L:50281  ESTABLISHED TCP    127.0.0.1:50286        DESKTOP-5A27A3L:50287  ESTABLISHED TCP    127.0.0.1:50287        DESKTOP-5A27A3L:50286  ESTABLISHED TCP    127.0.0.1:50311        DESKTOP-5A27A3L:44117  ESTABLISHED TCP    127.0.0.1:50452        DESKTOP-5A27A3L:50453  ESTABLISHED TCP    127.0.0.1:50453        DESKTOP-5A27A3L:50452  ESTABLISHED TCP    192.168.0.100:49677    13.89.187.212:https    ESTABLISHED TCP    192.168.0.100:50003    a172-226-208-13:http   CLOSE_WAIT TCP    192.168.0.100:50006    a172-226-180-31:https  CLOSE_WAIT TCP    192.168.0.100:50007    52.165.171.165:https   ESTABLISHED TCP    192.168.0.100:50025    ec2-52-51-170-189:https  ESTABLISHED TCP    192.168.0.100:50293    ec2-54-213-168-194:https  ESTABLISHED TCP    192.168.0.100:50300    104.16.249.249:https   ESTABLISHED TCP    192.168.0.100:50363    52.96.10.82:https      ESTABLISHED TCP    192.168.0.100:50378    52.96.10.82:https      ESTABLISHED TCP    192.168.0.100:50382    52.96.10.82:https      ESTABLISHED TCP    192.168.0.100:50387    52.96.10.82:https      ESTABLISHED TCP    192.168.0.100:50522    ec2-52-11-249-239:https  TIME_WAIT TCP    192.168.0.100:50528    91.216.218.226:https   TIME_WAIT TCP    192.168.0.100:50537    a104-99-238-51:http    TIME_WAIT TCP    192.168.0.100:50538    a-0001:https           ESTABLISHED TCP    192.168.0.100:50539    72.21.81.200:https     ESTABLISHED TCP    192.168.0.100:50540    ec2-52-54-93-130:http  ESTABLISHED TCP    192.168.0.100:50541    13.107.136.254:https   ESTABLISHED TCP    192.168.0.100:50542    13.107.246.254:https   ESTABLISHED TCP    192.168.0.100:50543    204.79.197.222:https   ESTABLISHED   ````

## Strongswan established connection but cannot ping anything

I received data from certain company to establish s2s connection:

``Company VPN gateway: 195.x.37.168 IKE: Ikev1 AES256-SHA1 group 2 1440min IPSEC: AES128-SHA1 group 2 3600 sec (60 min) Left VPN gateway: 185.x.192.227 Left side network: 172.x.74.200/29 Company network: 10.6.7.0/24,10.6.4.0/24,10.6.5.0/24,10.6.6.0/24,10.6.8.0/24 Test host (ping): 10.0.1.55 ``

So I created this /etc/ipsec.conf

``conn comp         left=185.x.192.227         leftsubnet=172.x.74.200/29         leftfirewall=yes         right=195.x.37.168         rightsubnet=10.6.7.0/24,10.6.4.0/24,10.6.5.0/24,10.6.6.0/24,10.6.8.0/24         rightfirewall=yes         rightsourceip=%config         authby=secret         keyexchange=ikev1         keylife=60m         auto=route         esp=aes128-sha1         ike=aes256-sha1-modp1024         ikelifetime=1440m         lefthostaccess=yes         type=tunnel ``

Connection seem to be OK:

``sudo ipsec up comp generating QUICK_MODE request 2398914035 [ HASH SA No ID ID ] sending packet: from 217.x.73.231[500] to 195.x.37.168[500] (204 bytes) received packet: from 195.x.37.168[500] to 217.x.73.231[500] (172 bytes) parsed QUICK_MODE response 2398914035 [ HASH SA No ID ID ] CHILD_SA comp{123} established with SPIs c776f6f6_i a38bf565_o and TS 172.x.74.200/29 === 10.x.7.0/24 connection 'comp' established successfully ``

sudo ipsec status

``Routed Connections:          lpp{122}:  ROUTED, TUNNEL, reqid 4          lpp{122}:   172.x.74.200/29 === 10.6.4.0/24 10.6.5.0/24 10.6.6.0/24 10.6.7.0/24 10.6.8.0/24 ``

But I can’t ping anything from company network.

## Established member but no access?

Hi I've received 3 likes (all on the same post) and been a member for over 48 hours (since Monday) so I think I'm an established member – I can post in the buy/sell section and I can post in the domain section but I can't seem to post in the Graphic Design Contest or Website section.

Sorry for the noob question just not sure why its not working? Any help would be great.

## Is There An Established Way To Send Code Over a Network?

Let’s say I have two computers on a network. I want to write code in some language on machine A, send the code in an efficient way over a network, and run the code on machine B. It seems to me that this would be inherently slow and would run into a bundle of problems (not having required dependencies) but perhaps some work has already been done on this problem? Is there any known processes or systems that already do this?

## Direct peer connection cannot be established in Zerotier

I have two boxes with ip addresses `10.61.3.88` and `10.170.130.31`. Both are directly accessible to each other and ports 9993 are telnetable. However, neither could see the other in the list of `zerotier-cli listpeers`.

I also tried adding hints to `local.conf` as this

``    {             "virtual": {                     "e4465b2ccc": {                             "role": "UPSTREAM",                             "try": [ "10.170.130.31/9993" ]                     }             }     } ``

which doesn’t help. All firewalls are turned off and selinux is disabled. One box is Archlinux while the other Centos 7. Zerotier version is 1.2.12.

What’s going wrong here?

## \$Whether\ the\ CTL\ formula\ M^{‘},\ s_0 \models EG\ AF\ p\ is\ established\ or\ not\ in\ this\ model\ M?\$

I have been learning Verification by model checking recently and I get the following question:

$$Whether\ the\ CTL\ formula\ M^{‘},\ s_{0} \models EG\ AF\ p\ is\ established\ or\ not\ in\ this\ model\ M\ ?$$

And there is the description of model M.

I think it is incorrect because there is a deadlock or infinite loop about $$s_0$$ after the state is starting from $$s_0$$, which make it invalid under $$EG\ AF\$$ condition.

if not mind, could anyone tell me my thought is right or wrong? And prove it right or give a counterexample.

I am offering for sale my very established leaflet distribution service which specializes in leaflet deliveries for the East London and Essex region within the UK. The URL's are Leaflets-Distribution.com and also the .co.uk is included.

Due to the nature of the target audience (London/Essex) the new owner should most certainly be UK based (could not realistically be operated in other countries). Better still if the new owner was London based however the service could continue to be managed…

## Postgresql Database connection could not be established

I had an error with PostgreSQL.

Here is the entire error I get:

``Database connection could not be established with this configuration, try again. could not connect to server: Connection refused     Is the server running on host "localhost" (127.0.0.1) and accepting     TCP/IP connections on port 5432? could not connect to server: Address not available     Is the server running on host "localhost" (::1) and accepting     TCP/IP connections on port 5432? ``

I add the user and database I create on PostgreSQL on a setup wizard using docker.