Port 80 Error

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  1. azsoulsearcher

    azsoulsearcher New Member

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    I keep getting port 80 error message when I try to use tiny umbrella Ive looked in cmd there is nothing running I also looked in task manager and nothing running named world wide web I also turned off web client still have error message Please Help
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    applehacker Banned

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    u should stop any other programs running on that port
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    Something is running on port 80:
    Mac (OSX):
    Open Terminal -> sudo lsof -i :80 | grep LISTEN
    If you are prompted for your admin password, enter it.
    You should see something like this (yours may vary):
    Skype 11861 root 42u IPv6 0x0b014bb0 0t0 TCP *:http (LISTEN)
    You should then do this:
    killall Skype
    or
    kill -9 11861
    Then restart TinyUmbrella
    Windows:
    You need to open an administrator command prompt. This is done differently on Windows 7/Vista than on XP.
    XP:
    i don't remember - go google it
    Windows 7 / Vista:
    Start -> Type "cmd" in the search box -> Right Click on the cmd.exe in the results -> Run as Administrator -> netstat -aon | find ":80"
    You should see something like (but not exactly) the following
    You want to kill the process that is LISTENING on port 80. This would be 3028.
    taskkill /PID 3028
    That will kill the process and then you can restart TinyUmbrella.
  3. itouchfano1

    itouchfano1 New Member

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    Are you on windows 7
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    iBricked Well-Known Member

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    applehacker has the most successful response, but he forgot to write the source, its what I did when it stopped working.
  5. iSn0w

    iSn0w Banned

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    You could try going to windows firewall, exceptions, add port then add the port just put 80 in both boxes and then save it.

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