Re: ICMP drop.
This *will* make your life miserable, as you suddenly can't connect to,
or be connected to from, a large proportion of systems.
Thanks - sorry such novice questions.
I am working through a Snort book right now - guess I should get a TCP
I've had Snort up and running only for a day or so and noticed an IP
that first pinged
me then followed up with loads of request on all sorts of ports which
So I had the silly idea to drop icmp packets and be anonymous.
As I now know you'll also end up lonely if you drop icmp packets
So it not really possible be anonymous. The machine just has to deal
requests asked of it. The first step is to monitor those requests with
something like Snort.
I guess in this case I should look at SnortSam for someone who triggers