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From: curtain (curtainweb.de)
Date: Thu Apr 25 2002 - 03:55:42 CDT
i am using linux 7.1 pro with a 2.2-kernel.
i masquerade my internal network with the firewall (ip range 192.168.0.1
to .4); and i use an isdn dialup connection.
i thought that the firewall _really_ masquerades my lan; but when i
watched myself being online from a friend's box running licq 1.1.0, licq
told me - apart from the external ip beginning with 62. - my
private ip :(
if licq is capable in looking behind that firewall, how can i assure that
_real_ hack programs cannot do this ...
i suggest that icq delivers all ips that it can gather; but don't other
apps also??? how can i tell the firewall not to submit internal ip names -
well - is the fw able to do it?
-- icq# 67532578; return 0;}
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