Re: [fw-wiz] TCP DoS attack

From: Devdas Bhagat (
Date: 10/27/04

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    Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2004 23:15:50 +0530

    On 27/10/04 16:18 +0200, gmx wrote:
    > If your server should offer only information for the public (eg.
    > webserver) i see no reason, why you should not place it outside the
    > firewall, because in that case, there is nothing what you want to
    > protect on that server, if someone really break in.

    I do believe that you really meant to say DMZ, hidden away behind a
    reverse proxy.

    Devdas Bhagat
    firewall-wizards mailing list

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