Re: recommend Linux firewalls for non-profit
Date: Mon, 28 Apr 2003 18:19:55 +0000 (UTC)
Please explain how you are going to contact the Bridge from an internal
address if it has no IP address and is just a Bridge!!!!!
"Kasper Dupont" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Ginger Git wrote:
> > but if the bridge has no IP address and therefore cannot be accessed
> > then there for it is secure!
> Wrong again.
> If you send packets to a host behind the bridge, they will go through the
> bridge. So the bridge will see such packets, which is enough to abuse a
> potential vulnurability in the bridge. Of course the simpler the bridge
> is, the less chance of a vulnurability. Possibly some clever internal
> design can protect vulnurabilities in interpretation of one protocol
> from affecting any other protocol.
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