Port 28960



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Re: Port 28960

Postby Tony Su » Fri, 14 May 2004 09:15:21 GMT

Well, now we know what kind of thread gets the SBS folk 
hot and heavy on an ISA list!

Aside from business issues, if the boss wants to be a good 
guy and allow use of the network <after hours>, IMO the 
situation can be studied to determine whether it's safe or 

Assuming that no foreign machine will be introduced to the 
network, then it really comes down to what protocols and 
applications will be used. Of course, any file transfers 
should be considered dangerous and probably should not be 

Beyond that, 
Who wrote the program?
Can the program's installation binary be trusted and 
What are the protocols being used?
Will support of these games require any special 
configuration which could lessen security?
Can you restrict access to specific machine(s)?

If any of those questions can't be answered or would be 
answered negatively, then I'd say you are assuming some 
additional risk a business ordinarly shouldn't want.

I can't tell you how many SBServer installations I've done 
where the Owner wanted to play their Yahoo games... so non-
business use <is> a common request...

Tony Su

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We're running
applications.  Our
server port after
should be able to do
this, if it's safe
I can expect by
hackers like to use also.
it's less than 5 I

RE: Port 28960

Postby VGlt » Fri, 14 May 2004 12:01:15 GMT

Just a couple of quick questions regarding opening these ports:

1: When are you planning on doing it?
2: Where "were" you working when you did this?

I ask because I am looking for a full time net admin gig....


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