Re: Port numbers???
From: Jose Maria Lopez Hernandez (jkerouac_at_bgsec.com)
Date: Wed, 01 Sep 2004 18:24:24 +0200
Lars M. Hansen wrote:
> On Wed, 01 Sep 2004 00:41:58 +0200, Jose Maria Lopez Hernandez spoketh
>>But if it can use port 80 then it's almost impossible to block it with
>>the firewall. Maybe an IPS as snort-inline can do the job.
> Depends. If you have a firewall that uses application proxies, then the
> firewall may block anything on port 80 that isn't legitimate http
That's a very good solutions. Do you know of a good application proxy
for Linux? I have fwtk and Trex, and I have written a message to some
groups to see if someone can compile Trex completely without errors,
because I couldn't, but no one responds to my question.
> Lars M. Hansen
> (replace 'badnews' with 'news' in e-mail address)
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