On Thu, 2 Dec 2004, Liam Bedford wrote:
> 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.
A bit daft so, ICMP is not an attack. And anyway, i dont see that
many of them. If I tcpdump -i ppp0 icmp, vast majority of packets are
admin prohibited ICMPs which /I/ send (triggering packet could have
been a common scan too).
> Maybe worms don't like you?
Maybe ICMP has feck all to do with it? ;)
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