Just a quick security question for you all.
What do you think would be the best method, in terms of both
administration time as well as security and stability, to lock down
individual tcp ports? i.e. The ports opened by the KPilot daemon,
which I have had running since 2 hours after Kate mentioned it on the
list on Friday (btw, thanks Kate, I'd been looking for something like
Just to clarify that, I am looking for a quick way to lock down specific
non-sequential (& in this case non-privileged) ports.
"The hell with the Prime Directive. Let's go kill something!"
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