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PostPosted: Sun 17 Dec 2006, 18:04    Post subject:  Ask Bill Gates one question & other interesting links  

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Yep I learn about this port...;{
Port number: 500
Common name(s): isakmp
Common service(s): IPSec key daemon
Service description(s): Used by IPSec to establish connections
Common server(s): Microsoft IPSec, OpenBSD IPSec, Linux IPSec, PGPNet, most VPN clients are IPSec based
Common client(s): Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, UNIX
Common problem(s): Attacks against key daemons include denial of service and remote privilege escalation in some cases.

Encrypted options: Used to established encrypted connections, cannot be encrypted itself.

Secure options: Use a secure IPSec implementation such as OpenBSD

Firewalling recommendations: Firewall port 500 inbound and outbound to prevent spurious VPN connections (which allow access through firewalls to internal network components commonly) as well as to reduce potential denial of service attacks.
Attack detection:
Related ports:
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