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Re: ISPs are asked to block yet another port
From: Niels Bakker <niels=nanog () bakker net>
Date: Tue, 24 Jun 2003 01:08:38 +0200
* chris () UU NET (Christopher L. Morrow) [Mon 23 Jun 2003, 18:01 CEST]:
Two interesting points though:
1) Spammers adapt
2) default insecure OS installs cause problems
Employees of XS4ALL, a Dutch ISP, today held several talks about a
variety of subjects for its customers to celebrate its 10th anniversary.
One of the talks was about security in general, held by Scott McIntyre.
Hopefully he'll have the slides on soon because it was an excellent
talk, in which he touched upon several subjects mentioned in this thread
(spammers, trojans, viruses, default installations being vulnerable,
that port blocking is not a solution at all).
I'll post a URL when it becomes available.
The generation of random numbers is
Too important to leave to chance
Re: ISPs are asked to block yet another port Niels Bakker (Jun 23)
RE: ISPs are asked to block yet another port Christopher L. Morrow (Jun 24)
- Re: ISPs are asked to block yet another port, (continued)