Re: [freenet-support] SYNs and SMURFs

2004-06-01 Thread freenetproject
Thanks. I have a SMC router that does have a tough time keeping up with Freenet. On a side note, I've found another use for Freenet as a system stress test. Unlike most applications, with Freenet you can really see a differences when you change your system configuration. If you have bad

[freenet-support] SYNs and SMURFs

2004-05-31 Thread freenetproject
For a long time I've received what looks like SYN floods and SMURF attacks to my port associated with Freenet. I've assumed that it's a fault of my firewall or PC, but what's weird is that the port of the offending IP increments. I thought that the port that Freenet uses was fixed being that

[freenet-support] SYNs and SMURFs

2004-05-31 Thread freenetproject
For a long time I've received what looks like SYN floods and SMURF attacks to my port associated with Freenet. I've assumed that it's a fault of my firewall or PC, but what's weird is that the port of the offending IP increments. I thought that the port that Freenet uses was static being

Re: [freenet-support] SYNs and SMURFs

2004-05-31 Thread Roger Hayter
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes For a long time I've received what looks like SYN floods and SMURF attacks to my port associated with Freenet. I've assumed that it's a fault of my firewall or PC, but what's weird is that the port of the offending IP increments. I

Re: [freenet-support] SYNs and SMURFs

2004-05-31 Thread Salah Coronya
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Roger Hayter wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes For a long time I've received what looks like SYN floods and SMURF attacks to my port associated with Freenet. I've assumed that it's a fault of my firewall or PC, but