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Re: What addresses to put on my NEW black list?
From: "Brian Loe" <knobdy () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2006 19:48:44 -0600

So what ways are folks using to block these applications using
standard, allowed ports such as 80 and 443?

On 2/22/06, Ryan Cummings <l00t3r () gmail com> wrote:
You might be much better off blocking the ports that
filesharing/streaming media come in on.  You should be able to do a
bit of searching around and find the default ports for most of these
applications and shut them down at the firewall level.  Also depending
on your firewall or even IDS (this is debatable on the use:P) you
could filter the content there.


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