Are you surfing in Stealth mode? Check your ports here!

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Old 11-18-03, 03:29 PM
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Are you surfing in Stealth mode? Check your ports here!

Scroll down to "Shields Up" and click on tab.
Click on "All service ports" and let it scan your pc.

Also try the "Leaks test" right under the shields up tab.

Lots of tests on this site. This guy Gibson has been around a long time and knows his stuff.

BlueHere

Let me know how you do.
 

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Old 11-18-03, 04:05 PM
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Just to be fair

Conversely, you could look here:
http://www.grcsucks.com/
Always two sides to everything.
 
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Old 11-18-03, 04:08 PM
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You do know there's a "Sucks" site just about for anything.




Anyway the test can't hurt.

Blue

Thanks. I was just going to edit that part myself
No problem. Tae
 

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I suspect that GRC.com at least makes people think about the issues.

I like the way the probe is exultant at finding ports 21, 22, 25, and 80 open here. Actually, my webserver likes it that way. It's a shame it missed port 443. I like the way it says that it cannot connect to NETbios. At least that is reassuring on a Linux network.

The more you know.
 
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