How will I block Kazaa



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How will I block Kazaa

Postby SURFboard » Thu, 02 Oct 2003 17:09:40 GMT

Okay, we're all threading about RIAA's FUD sue 'em all, bla-bla-blah.
here's a problem.  My computer-challenged compadre got DSL connection.
I got him a D-Link DI-614+ to block Kazaa from his 2 minor boys (both
honor students at magnet school, has laptop provided by the school).  I
already blocked the outgoing TCP port 1200 to 1290 but still they can
download MP3 because Kazaa use any open TCP port including port 80.
Anyone knows how to effectively block Kazaa from a hardware router?

Re: How will I block Kazaa

Postby DougNews » Thu, 02 Oct 2003 19:10:50 GMT

Use an application blocking firewall with password protection - such as Zone
Alarm Pro - and block it in the program control list.  Port blocking isn't
very effective as you found out.

Re: How will I block Kazaa

Postby John Morten Malerbakken » Thu, 02 Oct 2003 20:11:24 GMT

How about talking with the kids?

Re: How will I block Kazaa

Postby Robin T Cox » Thu, 02 Oct 2003 20:26:09 GMT

Uninstall it. Use KazaaBegone:
 http://www.**--****.com/ ~merijn/files/

And while we're on the subject, see also:

Re: How will I block Kazaa

Postby SURFboard » Thu, 02 Oct 2003 23:30:05 GMT

ZoneAlarm?  Yuk!

Re: How will I block Kazaa

Postby SURFboard » Thu, 02 Oct 2003 23:31:00 GMT

Yeap, that's it.  But the school administrator also having nightmare blocking
the kids from downloading pirated music!

Re: How will I block Kazaa

Postby rl » Fri, 03 Oct 2003 19:22:16 GMT

>> How to block Kazaa


got some software that will be of use called Browse Control. 

BC blocks Applications in a different way then any other current
software and is very easy to use.  It prevents the application from
being run so you do not have to deal with Port blocking, net access,
and server blocking.  It's also dead cheap so check it out, i think
itll be what you're looking for.


Re: How will I block Kazaa

Postby DigitalVinyl » Sat, 04 Oct 2003 04:16:49 GMT

Well schools are a different story. They should have a more complex
firewall capability. There is no reason to allow high ports to serve
out. Nor is there any reason to allow dorms to serve out of port 80. A
firewall setup should block everything except those ports that are
approved. Blocking these effectively shuts down many of these
technologies. Blocking ICMP to the Internet for the general community
also helps as some progs, such as Kazaa use ping to find nodes.

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