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    Privoxy (http://www.privoxy.org/)

    Privoxy
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    You guys are gonna laugh your ass off

    OK, now I feel really stupid!......I figured out what's going on, after I slept on it last night.

    Can you guess what it is? It uses an oddball port number. Come on... no takers? I'll give you a...
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    I am, but it's configured to allow ICMP type 0...

    I am, but it's configured to allow ICMP type 0 both inbound and outbound to this PC, so pinging and tracert shouldnt be a problem. Of course, if the other system is behind a firewall that doesn't...
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    OK..I telnet in to Looking Glass here's what I...

    OK..I telnet in to Looking Glass
    here's what I get.
    route-views.oregon-ix.net>accel94.lax.untd.com
    Translating "accel94.lax.untd.com"...domain server (128.233.32.35) [OK]
    Trying...
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    OK....I do netstat without the switches to see if...

    OK....I do netstat without the switches to see if the fqdn is listed:

    accel94.lax.untd.com

    whois turns this up:

    untd.com is registered with NETWORK SOLUTIONS, INC. - redirecting to...
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    No this is scary (really it is)

    WTF?

    I ran netstat -an just for the hell of it...here's what I get:
    (I changed the prompt, but it is a WinXP box)

    #netstat -an

    Active Connections

    Proto Local Address ...
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    Damn, cheyenne1212..135, 137,138, 139 and 445...

    Damn, cheyenne1212..135, 137,138, 139 and 445 open.....you do have a hardware firewall...right?

    If not, give me your public IP :D I'll just use Matt's username.

    Just Kidding
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    Wait a minute...1st entry...you said that all the...

    Wait a minute...1st entry...you said that all the 0.0.0.0 are IE connections, right?

    Why the hell is IE listening on port 135 and 445?

    just curious
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