Re: apache and nimda (now iptables)

From: Wojtek Sobola (Wojciech.Sobola@snt.pl)
Date: 02/06/02


From: "Wojtek Sobola" <Wojciech.Sobola@snt.pl>
To: <security@jretrading.com>, <focus-linux@securityfocus.com>
Date:	Wed, 6 Feb 2002 00:46:06 +0100

Remember Gentelmans :] that this is not the correct way of filtering Nimda
because connections stay broken this way if You use --string.

Regards,
Wojtek Sobola
S&T Poland



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