: if(windows) then block else allow? :)
This would be my preference. >;-) I doubt my pointy-clickey co-workers would like
that. I'm seen as weird here since I despise Micro$loth and love *nix.
--- daniel(a)lorch.cc wrote:
From: Daniel Lorch <daniel(a)lorch.cc>
Subject: Re: [swinog] Re: blocking ports?
Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2007 22:04:31 +0200
This is what I was saying to the guys here at my work.
We just need a
small proof that the customer isn't a spammer and we open it up.
However, most of our customers are less-technical savy home folks. Did
you have to prove to your ISP that you weren't spamming? If so, how did
they have you do that?
There is a "passive OS fingerprinting" module for iptables (see
). How about treating connections
differently depending on the OS they're coming from? if(windows) then
block else allow? :) Or is the OS fingerprint lost through NAT? I don't
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