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Nordica

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Hi.
i have tryed a application called Leaktest http://grc.com/lt/leaktest.htm

and gets the message Firewall Penetrated!
what is it that this application does?? what ports does it use??

BTW!! HAPPY NEW YEAR from sweden

[Updated on: Sat, 31 December 2005 19:48]

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Nordica

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anyone that can help? becouse i really don't like
Firewall Penetrated! messages
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winkelman

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Just read some documents from the 'leaktest page' and what this actually is testing is fully explained...
Then decide for yourself if you think there is a problem or not.

If you ask me: no problem, outgoing connections are just fine (and basicly that's waht we're talking about here). Mr Gibson is overreacting.

Besides, to stop this, KWF would need to know which application on the LAN machine is requesting the connection, and this is just not possible. Only possible on firewalls that run on the LAN machine itself.

[Updated on: Mon, 02 January 2006 17:18]

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