On Thu, 2004-12-02 at 11:02 +0000, Paul Jakma wrote:
> On Thu, 2 Dec 2004, Liam Bedford wrote:
>> > It was from my memory that the XP2 firewall drops ICMP by default.
> > Could be wrong.. my memory isn't as good as paul's ;)
>> That report wasnt terribly detailed, but is it not possible they
> recorded fewer attacks because the firewall had blocked the relevant
> ports than that it was because ICMP was blocked?
>the windows firewall I've used most (zone alarm) classes any attempt to
do anything as an attack. It depends on what the "attack" is defined as.
> Cause I dont see tonnes of ICMP probes here, but I do see tonnes of
> cruddage directed at various udp and tcp ports (which suggests
> blocking ICMP makes 0 difference..)
>Maybe worms don't like you?
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