[Dshield] Re: [Full-Disclosure] Port Blocking

Rick Leske rick at jaray.net
Fri Jun 27 17:50:22 GMT 2003


I agree.. 

Vote +1

~Rick

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> Subject: Re: [Dshield] Re: [Full-Disclosure] Port Blocking
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> 
> I have been known for instigating, so here it goes...
> 
> What happened to the golden security rule of "Deny everything, 
> except what is truley needed."  I
> mean most ISP's User Agreements state that you are not allowed to 
> run web servers, email servers
> and etc.  Therefore, only port a few ports ike TCP 80, 445 and 
> perhaps one or two more are really
> needed.
> 
> The second thought is, what if ISPs were like cable companies.  
> What if they only allowed specific
> ports (like channels) that they seem appropriate to their users???  
> 
> Mrcorp
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