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Re: netkit-inetd in sarge

On Sun, Oct 19, 2003 at 12:13:02PM +0800, Cameron Patrick wrote:
> Yeah, but you can do that on any given port whether it's open or not. e.g.
> cat /dev/zero | nc -u victim 12345
> (nc in UDP mode seems to ignore "ICMP port unreachable" packets in my
> testing...  if it doesn't you can always use iptables to make sure it
> does.)
> There's no way to /stop/ someone from sending you data, whether you want
> it or not.

Sure, with UDP you're stuffed regardless. Do we really need to be shipping
sarge with it listening on more (TCP) ports than necessary though?


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