[RC5] Keyservers port 80?
dburg at nero.com
Fri Jun 7 12:01:01 EDT 2002
Yes, an internal address, but when you take control of an internal computer
the next step is to collect information about the internal network, eg. who
do what here. Why provide to the hacker already such info ? Better let the
hacker do a port-scan and been catched for this suspicious activity.
Btw, it's the proxy address, and if proxying can be a kind of firewalling,
it is not the same.
But we are going out of the topic of this list.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Victor A. Wagner, Jr." <vawjr at rudbek.com>
To: <rc5 at lists.distributed.net>
Sent: Friday, June 07, 2002 4:47 AM
Subject: Re: [RC5] Keyservers port 80?
> At Thursday 2002/06/06 11:34, you wrote:
> >C:\Program Files\dnetc-win32-x86>dnetc -update
> >[Jun 06 18:31:33 UTC] Connected to euro80.v27.distributed.net:80
> > via HTTP proxy 192.168.*.*:* (* for paranoid
> I'll say paranoid....in all caps....PARANOID.
> 192.168.blah.blah is an INTERNAL ip address. it's NOT visible on our side
> of your firewall.
> that may be an address YOU can get to, but if I try it, my router simply
> can't find it.
> Victor A. Wagner Jr. http://rudbek.com
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> PGP D-H fingerprint = 98BC 65E3 1A19 43EC 3908 65B9 F755 E6F4 63BB 9D93
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