[Shorewall-users] Re: ProxyArp Implementation check
ama.kalu at cwlgroup.net
Thu Dec 4 18:16:17 PST 2003
The XP firewall is not turned on.
The point of my post is not that I cant send mails. The mail server is working flawlessly. I can send and receive mails.
What process is attempting to send mails through the smtp service it hopes is on 127.0.0.1. I do no suppose the mail server will block itself.
I am wondering if there is some form of smtp exploit that can be done over https. I dont know how this works but I figure If you can exchange a secure certificate with a https site, and one way or another that certificate is forged to be executable, you may well end up installing a back door to send mails from via 127.0.0.1 which most mail servers will treat as localhost and part of the localdomain, thereby bypassing the entire firewall system.
> At 11:31 AM 12/4/2003, you wrote:
> >I know 127.0.0.1 is local host.
> >But why would the mail server would will deny itself smtp service?
> You don't have the default firewall turned on that XP machine .. Do You ???
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