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Subject: Re: Firewalls Digest V3 #229
From: "Nir Barkat" <NIR @ brm . co . il>
Organization: BRM
Date: Thu, 14 Jul 1994 13:36:32 MET-2
To: Firewalls @ GreatCircle . COM
Priority: normal

What do you read out of this ?

Nir.




> Date:          Thu, 14 Jul 1994 01:00:09 -0700
> From:          Firewalls-Digest-Owner @
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> To:            Firewalls-Digest @
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> Subject:       Firewalls Digest V3 #229
> Reply-to:      Firewalls @
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> Firewalls Digest           Thursday, 14 July 1994       Volume 03 : Number 229
> 
> In this issue:
> 
> 	Packet sniffing
> 	firewalls mailing list
> 
> See the end of the digest for information on subscribing to the Firewalls
> or Firewalls-Digest mailing lists and on how to retrieve back issues.
> 
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> From: bret @
 real .
 com (Bret McDanel)
> Date: Wed, 13 Jul 1994 10:31:43 -0400
> Subject: Packet sniffing
> 
> I have been trying to show management the real threat of packet sniffing
> (and thus the need for a good firewall setup) for a while, but my
> voice has fallen of deaf ears..  They think that attacks like that are
> `only in the movies` or outdated technology that doesnt work anymore.. 
> 
> I wanted to show them that it is a real threat and that they need to be careful
> of this form of an attack..  If anyone could point me to a FTP site that
> carries a packet sniffer I'd really appreciate it..
> 
> 
> Also, on a slightly simmilar note, if anyone could point me to a site that 
> has code to allow NS spoofing (ie send garbage to system B to fill its buffer
> up, then send command to system A saying that you are B..  When it verifies
> with B (request gets silently dumped since buffer is full) you send the 
> Yeah I'm B string, and the command goes through..
> 
> I want to make a strong point that no matter how secure we think we are, there
> is still room..
> 
> Thank ya mucho
> - --
> bret @
 real .
 com     --     Realistic Technologies Inc.
> 
> The opinions presented in this message my own, and not that of my
> employer..  Unless it is the fifth tuesday, and there is a lunar eclipse
> at 12 noon and neuclear war heads are falling from the skies..
> 
> 
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> From: RTRACY @
 aol .
 com
> Date: Wed, 13 Jul 94 15:55:34 EDT
> Subject: firewalls mailing list
> 
> i would like to be on the internet firewalls mailing list.  Please let me
> know what is required.
> 
> Thx-
> R. Tracy
> 
> 
>    
> 
> 
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