Re: port 444 trick, or BS!?
Date: Tue, 02 Dec 2003 00:17:55 GMT
"Jackie Chan" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I have a Windows XP Pro machine with mIRC. Someone asked me to put up
> RaidenFTP server, but open up port 444 becuase it is faster than any
> port. He says that when he FXP's into the server on port 123 he will
> Mbps but at port 444 he will get the full amount of bandwidth. Is
> possible? What vulnerability is this opening up?
The speed of communication could be controlled *if* there is some sort
of bandwidth limitation being imposed in between the two end-points in
the connection. Though I have my doubts that this is the case with this
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- Re: port 444 trick, or BS!?
... > I have a Windows XP Pro machine with mIRC. ... > RaidenFTP server, but open up port 444 becuase it is faster than any other ... What vulnerability is this opening up? ...
- port 444 trick, or BS!?
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