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I need the ports of the facebook game "Texas HoldEm Poker"

Posted on 2009-05-06
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Dear sir
I need to stop the game  "Texas HoldEm Poker" From the Facebook Website in my company ,So i can not find the outbond or inbound port for this game,any help please.
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by:nullsquid
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I believe it is port 9339, I used packetpeeper to find packets from the site. I does not allow you to cheat, sadly.
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by:DuaneMizell
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You could also use WireShark for tracing the packets as well.
http://www.wireshark.com/
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jibbery62 earned 500 total points
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I can confirm that the port is 9339, I actually found out from a
friend whos school blacklisted this port.
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