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Unable to block port 3306

I'm having Norton Internet Security version 21.7.0.11 on Windows Server 2012R2 Standard.

I set a rule at the top of mine NIS smart firewall rule to block all incoming and outgoing traffic over TCP/UDP port 3306 as seen in the screen capture below.

Somehow that doesn't do anything! The port 3306 can still be connected from external.

NIS is the only anti virus I am having on the computer.

Can someone please help me to to lock down this port for external communication?

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Re: Unable to block port 3306

Hello Tom. Have you bound port 3306 to your rule as a program and rebooted? Port 3306 should be associated with MYSQL. Please note that some aspects of default firewall rules cannot be changed.

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Re: Unable to block port 3306

My first thought/question is how you installed Norton Security on a server OS? Even if you did somehow manage to install NS on a Windows Server, it is not supported and is liable to give false sense of security if in fact is is not working correctly in the background.

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Re: Unable to block port 3306

Tom Run:

I'm having Norton Internet Security version 21.7.0.11 on Windows Server 2012R2 Standard.

Hi Tom Run:

Also note that NIS v21.7.0.11 was released in March 2015 and is only recommended for Win XP SP3 and Vista SP2 machines with older CPUs that do not support the SSE2 instruction set, You are at additional risk because all Norton v22.6 and earlier products (which includes your v21.7.0.11) were never patched for critical vulnerabilities described in the June 2016 Symantec security advisory SYM16-010.

As peterweb noted, there are known issues when Norton home consumer products are run on a Windows Server 2012 OS - see Symantec employee Suyambu's comment about Norton Family and rules conflicts in the 2016 thread Child account is domain controlled for one example.  I'd suggest you contact Norton Customer Support via Live Chat at https://www.norton.com/chat.  They might know a workaround for your problem, but I suspect they'll tell you that you should be using a Symantec product like the small business edition of Symantec Endpoint Protection with Windows Server 2012 R2.
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Re: Unable to block port 3306

FYI I just tried to install NSBU 22.x.x.x. on my Windows Server Essentials 2016 and got this message.


So as noted, it seems you can Continue with the install, but there is no guarantee that it will work correctly. Best to use a proper Server based AV.

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Re: Unable to block port 3306

4-5 years ago, NIS was still being supported on Windows server platform. That's why I was able to install NIS on my server and working just fine.

I figure out how to resolve this.

I changed from blocking incoming only to both in and out. See below.

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Re: Unable to block port 3306

4-5 years ago, NIS was still being supported on Windows server platform

Norton products were never supported for any Windows Server platform. That was the purview of the Symantec line of products. I have had a home server setup for over 10 years, and I would have had Norton on it if it had been supported.

As I noted, you may have been able to install, and it is possible that it did function. But there is no way to know if it did function properly. And you would not be entitled to any official support from Norton if something did give you problems.

Back to the issue you were reporting. Glad to hear you have found a solution you are happy with.

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