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How do I kill all programs which have an open connection to port 80?

Or also is there a way to drop the network connections --- would that be better?
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> How do I kill all programs which have an open connection to port 80?
find it's PID/name with 'netstat -tnp | grep ":80"' - kill it with 'kill PID' or 'kill -KILL PID'

> Or also is there a way to drop the network connections --- would that be better?
Single one - impossible.
Ok, it's possible, but requires to You to intercept such connection, then instead of regular packet You could send RST packet.
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Thansk!!!
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