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Could ISP's choke-off bitcoin transactions?

I'm not an IT guy. Do ISPs have the capability to block bitcoin traffic if they were forced to?
Thanks,
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Anyway to block bitcoin on my personal PC? Malware installed that runs some bitcoin miner.

So, after realizing that my PC is running a bit weird, the fans are on almost all the time I did a malwarebyte scan and it found some bitcoin miners on my computer. I removed them asap, but I recalled that a few months back I had the same issue. Namely, the fans spin, if I peak at CPU activity via resource manager, the fans spin down and no suspicious procs is seen again, strangly, speedfan proc monitor will show CPU activity and not trigger this behaviour. Only way to clean it is to do a mbam and MSE scan.
Last time it did not actually fully spec bitcoin, but given the resource usage pattern I am suspicious of it.
Given bitcoin is the FOTM for now, I wanted to ask is there a way to monitor or block bitcoin traffic on my computer? Is there a special port specified in the bitcoin mining specs that allows for easy management of bitcoin generation or is this a wild west type atm?
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Network Neutrality and Bitcoin

Once Net Neutrality goes down the drain what is stopping ISP's from blocking Bitcoin traffic?
They'll be able to filter and block pretty much anything to their hearts desire. If Bitcoin truly is as revolutionary as we believe; shouldn't the legacy financial system use the lack of net neutrality to stop Bitcoin?
Thankfully there are many nations besides the US; and we can still run traffic over TOR; but other than running through TOR wouldn't it be trivial for ISP's to shutdown US Bitcoin nodes and miners?
If Bitcoin really is revolutionary; why wouldn't the legacy system use this readily available attack vector?
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"Amazing to see the BitcoinSV network regularly mining multi megabyte blocks full of ORGANIC USER DRIVEN TRAFFIC. No stress tests, no piñatas, just users enjoying the amazing applications available on the bitcoin network that scales. #BitcoinSV"

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Bitcoin Node on Synology, the firewall is set to block all traffic from other countries. will it still work?

So my firewall is set to block all incoming connections from every country but the USA, to help block and prevent people trying to brute force or anything else into my NAS.
When on bitnodes.com if I uncheck Germany, where the site is located, they can connect to my node just fine if I block Germany connections, they can't see the node.
My questions is, does the node still help if it can only connect and talk with other USA nodes? or does it become pointless to have only USA based connections allowed?
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Technical - Can China etc. block the Bitcoin network traffic in there country?

Example by the ISP over the Ports or something else? Thanks.
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Bitcoin Node on Synology, the firewall is set to block all traffic from other countries. will it still work? /r/Bitcoin

Bitcoin Node on Synology, the firewall is set to block all traffic from other countries. will it still work? /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Node on Synology, the firewall is set to block all traffic from other countries. will it still work? /r/Bitcoin

Bitcoin Node on Synology, the firewall is set to block all traffic from other countries. will it still work? /Bitcoin submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

12-29 09:52 - 'Either than or you're client is syncing blocks, which it appears it is. What am I looking for exactly? Bitcoin distributes its ledger via p2p, along with most everything else, so it's common to see high network traffic if...' by /u/bitfoolery removed from /r/Bitcoin within 243-253min

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Either than or you're client is syncing blocks, which it appears it is. What am I looking for exactly? Bitcoin distributes its ledger via p2p, along with most everything else, so it's common to see high network traffic if you're client is outdated. This is one its beauties and why everyone should run a node at home.
Best way to do it is via a dedicated, non-persistent virtual machine of your personal flavor and with an external persistent encrypted drive to hold your wallet and blockchain (so your block updates persist over time and you don't have to redownload them). Best to do this while your ethernet adapter and cable are disabled/disconnected, then restart your virtual machine before plugging back in. Based on your start bar and icons at the bottom of your windows install it appears you are not running a virtual machine. But that resolution you're running has me second guessing. Dropbox and chrome are two applications you definitely do not want installed on your node box. If they are needed you can always include an installer package within your instance to be installed manually if need.
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How can I detect Bitcoin Traffic (PAN 7.0.11) and potentially block it?

Title speaks for itself. We have had a problem with unauthorized individuals on our network mining bitcoin. Management has asked me to research a way to either track it down or block it at the firewall level. Can we do this through our PAN? We're using 7.0.11 atm, and plan to move to 8 soon. Any suggestions or thoughts?
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Question for computer networking gurus ; is it true that Govt.(s) can shut down the whole Bitcoin network by instructing ISPs to block certain internet traffic type (like how they blocked piratebay). Is that true ? If yes, why doesn’t the bitcoin core do something about it i.e. make it unblockable ?

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Bitcoin Transactions Visualized: See BTC Traffic Jams as Blocks Slow Down

Bitcoin Transactions Visualized: See BTC Traffic Jams as Blocks Slow Down submitted by leftok to atbitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Network Traffic Jam: Over 6,250 unconfirmed txs, and only 6 blocks in 90 minutes

Bitcoin Network Traffic Jam: Over 6,250 unconfirmed txs, and only 6 blocks in 90 minutes submitted by BKAtty99217 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

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Question for computer networking gurus ; is it true that Govt.(s) can shut down the whole Bitcoin network by instructing ISPs to block certain internet traffic type (like how they blocked piratebay). Is that true ? If yes, why doesnt the bitcoin core do something about it i.e. make it unb /r/Bitcoin

Question for computer networking gurus ; is it true that Govt.(s) can shut down the whole Bitcoin network by instructing ISPs to block certain internet traffic type (like how they blocked piratebay). Is that true ? If yes, why doesnt the bitcoin core do something about it i.e. make it unb /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

One day of small block traffic on a high traffic node -- bigger blocks are totally feasible for the average user /s. /r/Bitcoin

One day of small block traffic on a high traffic node -- bigger blocks are totally feasible for the average user /s. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Could Bitcoin traffic be actively blocked? /r/Bitcoin

Could Bitcoin traffic be actively blocked? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

1MB Blocks == Traffic in a Major City (This is a Metaphor) /r/Bitcoin

1MB Blocks == Traffic in a Major City (This is a Metaphor) /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Larger Blocks & Bitcoin is analogous to Building More Roads & Traffic

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Larger Blocks & Bitcoin is analogous to Building More Roads & Traffic

Larger Blocks & Bitcoin is analogous to Building More Roads & Traffic submitted by HODLER9000 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Larger Blocks & Bitcoin is analogous to Building More Roads & Traffic

Larger Blocks & Bitcoin is analogous to Building More Roads & Traffic submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

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