Thinking out loud, Nmap has an OS finger printing function using open
ports. It needs at least one open and one closed port. Could he detect
which port the request was made on, run an OS fingerprint scan with
nmap, and if the result is probably a D-link, deny it access.
Obviously not all d-links are affected so allow some through. maybe
just let 25% through regardless or something. Am i on a tea-trip or
could this 'help'?
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