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Couldn't bind https acceptor socket

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I'm Trying to use cain and abel to scan the traffic between a PC and a pf sense box on my network, although im getting the error "couldn't bind HTTPS acceptor socket" which is port 443. I'm not sure how to fix this issue, but i have a feeling it is the pf sense box which is causing it. So i'm unable to use ARP to poison the link to scan the connections.
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Any other services occupying port 443?
Use netstat -no and match the process id using tasklist
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i ran that and there was no process in 443, when i run netstat -a -b it says httpd.exe is running, but in task manager nothing is running with that name. Im suspecting that its the pfsense box, but have no idea on how to get around this issue
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Yeh it was a hidden process, listening on port http and https running apache or some **** called httpd.exe stopped it using tcpview and then killing it with processexplorer
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