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OS version: run
DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION=“Parrot OS 4.11”
PRETTY_NAME=“Parrot OS 4.11”
Kernel version: run
Linux parrot 5.10.0-6parrot1-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 5.10.28-6parrot1 (2021-04-12) x86_64 GNU/Linux
reboot the machine && open Firefox (or another browser)
** I do assume that there is still a firewall active, however I don’t know how to find out which one it is. I already found and deactivated ufw and opensnitch **
To recapitulate: After rebooting my machine, I cannot access the internet without running following commands:
sudo iptables -F INPUT sudo iptables -F OUTPUT sudo ip6tables -F INPUT sudo ip6tables -F OUTPUT
###Therefore I assume that there still is a firewall active. I already found and deactivated ufw and opensnitch.
How do I find out which firewall is still running or what I can do to permanently stop it from working?