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From: Williams, Kevin (KWilliamssark.com)
Date: Wed Mar 13 2002 - 11:31:38 CST
Really? Wow. I might be able to accept that from ICS, but for a firewall to
OPEN a port is inexcusable. I think the world would like to know why a
firewall is opening a common port.
From: Alex Elger [mailto:alex.elgermicronage.com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 13, 2002 9:30 AM
To: Williams, Kevin
Subject: RE: Windows XP open port 389
They all to that.
Even windows 2000 running ics.
From: Williams, Kevin [mailto:KWilliamssark.com]
Sent: 12 March 2002 6:11 PM
Subject: Windows XP open port 389
I ran a scan of my laptop and discovered port 389 (LDAP) was listening. I
tried FPort to nail down the .EXE responsible, but it told me "Must be
Admin" and quit (I was using an admin account at the time). I began shutting
down services until I found the one listening - it was the ICS/ICF
Does anyone have any info on why ICF was listening for LDAP traffic? I
didn't have any services configured, only ICMP allowed.