Tcp/udp inbound/outbound ports blocking

Dell Vostro 3750 laptop computer- intel...
August 24, 2012 at 06:04:09
Specs: Windows 7, i7-2670QM-8CPUs/8GB RAM
I have blocked all protocols - all ports - inbound connections
Does this mean if they can't inbound they can't outbound me, for example with hacks or any other hater software, malware, whatever.. etc...?
The Browser is working fine of course cause it only (or is it mostly?) Outbound ports and protocols. Am I totally defended, protected against DDoS..? The question was already asked at first.
Also I have COMODO Internet security premium with high and very high settings against all threats in OS. My Firewall and COMODO firewall, both of them are blocking the same ports which are all inbound.

Ok the last thing is.. I would like to know which outbound ports should I block to totally protect myself, please. Maybe you could also tell me which TCP/UDP Inbound ports exactly should I block, so I don't run up on anything that, I need to search for its port with some software and do that each time there's totally safe port. Id like that Google doesn't track down my VPNs real ip, or any other website with outbound ports, but thats not the case. I want to be totally secure

Warm regards,

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August 24, 2012 at 06:45:05
you CANNOT use 2 firewalls at the same time....they will conflict

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August 24, 2012 at 07:01:21
No, you are not totally secure. Someone could send you a malware attachment to an email (or you might even download one from a web page). This could then make connections from your PC to the Internet allowing key-loggers, etc. to send data from your PC.

DDOS is something completely different. If you don't supply services to the outside world it is irrelevant to you.

The answer is to run good anti-malware software and use one firewall to block incoming connections and restrict which programs can make outbound connections. But the most important protection is not to download items of dubious origin, never open unknown attachments in emails, and generally be sensible. Surf porn sites and/or download pirated software, music, or movies and you will be asking for trouble.

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August 24, 2012 at 07:21:08
I knew all that - I'm not a noob - Your answers are too short, I guess that's all to it?
My firewalls Do not conflict even though they both are blocking/allowing same things. I ran everything fine with Almost all UDP Out ports blocked and of course all protocol In ports are blocked.

Of me that was stupid to ask about DDoS. Like I wouldn't know how it works socially, mentally. Well for one at least I said haters software so before I asked about DDoS I couldn't of been stupid in this case.

So can you tell me the ports or maybe a good link of each port and what it does till maximum port number

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August 24, 2012 at 08:07:02
If you know all the answers to start with, why ask the question?

Google will give you lists of standard TCP and UDP ports.

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August 24, 2012 at 09:50:46
One last question. If ''they'' cannot inbound none of my protocol udp/tcp ports can they make me outbound somehow..? Excepting all the things you said before about emails, porn sites, downloads.. etc.. After you answer... Bye! :)

Regards forever I hope.

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August 25, 2012 at 11:43:36
cannot inbound "none" of my protocol ?

If they cannot get in then they cannot get out. However there are a multitude of ways they can get in (including those already mentioned). For example, via infected CD's, DVD's and Flash Drives. The latter is a common source because folk pass them between computers.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks

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