Re: [fw-wiz] trusted & untrusted ports
From: Monkey Boy (hydra291_at_hotmail.com)
To: email@example.com Date: Sun, 09 Nov 2003 12:21:54 -0500
Hello Hilal, I am a little confused here. It is the application which opens
a socket to respond to a request recieved from a client. . You can configure
your f/w to allow connections on certain ports, as well depending on the
granularity offered by your firewall, which I believe is what your getting
at here. Secondly I don't understand what you mean by trusted vs. untrusted
ports? Can you elaborate further please. Thirdly all applications to my
knowledge use the client server model of communication.
>I would like to open ports in my firewall so that i can access some
>applications out of my network. consequently, I have two questions:
>1 - How I can Identify trusted ports vs. Untrusted ports ? assuming trust
>is directly concern with the security prespective (include virus, worms,
>2 - corret me from wrong please. "There are two types of applications: web
>application (access through the http port), and client/server application
>(access through a defined port should be opened on the internet gateway).
>your feedback and respond are highly appreciated.
>honeslty, I am getting very good information out of this email list, so
>hopefully the answers will be benifitial to me and other members will to
>improve their knowledge base.
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