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    I would consult your routers web interface to...

    I would consult your routers web interface to either create a rule filtering those ports or in some cases a radio button is available to select to specificaly filter said ports. The router should...
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    It sounds like the icon is there, it is just not...

    It sounds like the icon is there, it is just not displaying signs of activity noted by the blue or red arrows and further confirmed in the traffic logs. This is not an exact issue I have seen before...
  3. Thread: hping for windows?

    by pak
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    If you or anyone else is interested you can pick...

    If you or anyone else is interested you can pick up hping2 for windows at http://packetsurge.com/main.php?surge=downloads. This was ported over by one of our members (syrrus). Any feedback on it...
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    I would advise (if you have not already) to check...

    I would advise (if you have not already) to check your ports and make sure they are properly filtered excluding any public services. Ethicaly about all you can do is double check your own security...
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    I appologize... I got scrambled on my post it is...

    I appologize... I got scrambled on my post it is deleted now.
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    Thats what good content and proper meta tags will...

    Thats what good content and proper meta tags will do for a site. When it gets crawled and indexed it will be given a page rank relative to the content. Being specific on your searches will yield...
  7. Thread: Firewall rules

    by pak
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    You can achieve similar results as Fport by right...

    You can achieve similar results as Fport by right clicking and choosing connection details from the running applications menu of Sygate. Sygate uses Stateful Packet Inspection so if a packet comming...
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    Perhaps these tools need to make use of raw...

    Perhaps these tools need to make use of raw sockets to create spoofed packets and your OS does not support that?
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    Another option that may be of interest on Nmap is...

    Another option that may be of interest on Nmap is the --data_length switch, that will enable you to add to the packet size, possibly defeating some signatures.

    A handy tool for Windows users who...
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    Getting Sygate sounds like a great idea :) As...

    Getting Sygate sounds like a great idea :)

    As to not spam though... you may try adding your broadcast address to your sharing rule.
  11. Thread: AIM Encryption

    by pak
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    I prefer Gaim with its encryption plugin. You can...

    I prefer Gaim with its encryption plugin. You can generate 512-4096 bit keys to share and can be found here @ http://gaim-encryption.sourceforge.net/ for free.

    You can also use a free certificate...
  12. Thread: sygate problems

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    I am interested in what your debug log indicates...

    I am interested in what your debug log indicates as the issue, this is found in your SPF folder.

    Also is there any other reference in your eventviewer to smc.exe or Sygate firewall?

    You may...
  13. Thread: sygate problems

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    Hello I am a mod for Sygates forums so perhaps...

    Hello

    I am a mod for Sygates forums so perhaps I can help ;)

    Since you stated you have had previous firewalls on there, you may want to find each firewalls method for a clean uninstall. I know...
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    That article was a follow up to Onstar filling a...

    That article was a follow up to Onstar filling a protest lawsuit against the FBI. If you read this article @ http://news.com.com/2100-1029_3-5109435.html you can see how the FBI already exploited the...
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    You can use Regmon 6.06 from...

    You can use Regmon 6.06 from http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/source/regmon.shtml

    Very nice tools can be found there, this one to monitor the registry is under 80 kb.

    Or where you looking...
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    Unless you initiate the connection so the router...

    Unless you initiate the connection so the router can keep your connection 'state' and knows where to forward those packets, you will need to port forward or set your PC on the DMZ. If you decide to...
  17. Thread: is it possible

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    We do not know the exact firewall you are talking...

    We do not know the exact firewall you are talking about but most windows software firewalls allow you to make rules based on IP address(es), port number(s), and application(s). This would be one way...
  18. Thread: Port 3730

    by pak
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    Have you checked for a banner? It could be just...

    Have you checked for a banner? It could be just about anything, I show the port as unassigned. Services can be bound to oddball ports if needed.
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    I am a mod for Sygate so believe me when I tell...

    I am a mod for Sygate so believe me when I tell you that this is no DoS attack. :rolleyes:

    The firewall will alert you to a DoS attack and would drop the packets. Your last log shown is a...
  20. Thread: packets

    by pak
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    Your router will see and filter most of the...

    Your router will see and filter most of the traffic. You can find the LAN side IP address of the gateway through ifconfig and make it a URL. Example: http://192.168.1.1 Use your browser to connect to...
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    Find the LAN side IP address of the gateway and...

    Find the LAN side IP address of the gateway and make it a url like http://192.168.1.1
    Then from your browser you should be able to configure it. Your routers documentaion will say what it supports.
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    TheTempest> Your router was probably responding...

    TheTempest> Your router was probably responding to those probes and not ZA. You will need to see in your routers doc if you can connect to the routers interface and enable SPI or port forwarding (for...
  23. Thread: packets

    by pak
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    TO much detail here you need to tone it...

    <sarcasm> TO much detail here you need to tone it down </sarcasm>

    What kind of a setup do you run?

    Operating Systems?

    What is your gateway? box? router?

    Firewall?
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    IPv6 will be in full swing in the year 2008, it...

    IPv6 will be in full swing in the year 2008, it is still under development and devices are being tested to handle this traffic between networks. Security is part of the main focus with the...
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    This is not the traditional ping/pong packet...

    This is not the traditional ping/pong packet (ICMP types 8 and 0). This is ICMP type 3 destination unreachable. Were you probed with a UDP packet just prior? ICMP type 3 packets have several code...
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