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coco

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I tested our KWF 6.0.1. installation using the 'Firewall Test 1' from the AuditMyPC site at http://www.auditmypc.com, and it reported the following:

Notice!, your natted (or real) IP address is a.b.c.d. This information can be used to track your activities. I should not be able to obtain this information if your security is properly configured!

(I have blanked out the natted address, which was the correct internal LAN address of the machine in question).

Is this the fault of KWF? If so, what can be done about it?

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Steve Moss,
CoCo Systems Ltd.
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HSK2840

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Here is says:

"We scanned the ports you requested, looking for any services or viruses that might be running on them, and did not find anything. This usually indicates that your firewall software or security software is functioning properly. If we had found open ports, we would have reported them to you so that you could adjust your firewall accordingly. "

So it must be something you configured wrong. I just use the standard 'wizard'-settings..
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