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Firewall history or allowed events associated with Skype -whether it be incoming or outgoing does not indicate the identity of computers/persons that were not blocked. Does Norton firewall block calls or does it allow all callers to initiate the ring signal and the Skype window that identifies the caller allowing me the option of accepting of rejecting a call?
Each allowed event is associated with me not the entity being being granted connection. Skype's protocol is comparable, although dissimilar, to protocols like AOL Instant Messenger (i Chat).
I don't know which to choose: when blocking all, I'm afraid of hampering Skype's functionality and with allowing all, I'm afraid of exposing my laptop to hackers. I don't know which to choose: when blocking all, I'm afraid of hampering Skype's functionality and with allowing all, I'm afraid of exposing my laptop to hackers. So the firewall is doing its job, and telling you that somebody is trying to connect to your Mac.
You can allow just that person to access Skype on your Mac by clicking the Allow button, which will that person to access Skype while you are talking to them.
When the other person connects to your Mac directly, Norton Firewall will prompt you.
It all depends on the servers for Skype, so you won't get an alert always.
Even if I had received an NIS warning the first time they called, selected allow and always allow connections from this computer (which I do not recall ever doing) eventually that persons ISP would change their IP address and I would eventually have to "allow" them access again. My Norton Confidential Vulnerability Protection is set to maximum.
Firewall history of blocked events includes blockade of many attempts to access my computer through Skype.
to fix that issue the following command: sudo apt-get -f install Once that is finished then type again sudo dpkg -i skype-debian_18.104.22.168-1_i386Now that all dependancies are there the installation will be able to finish normally.When the conversation finishes on Skype, the firewall will close the conneciton, and you will be prompted the next time.