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Re: Schneier: ISPs should bear security burden

  • From: Suresh Ramasubramanian
  • Date: Sat Apr 30 23:35:05 2005
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On 4/27/05, Jerry Pasker <info@n-connect.net> wrote:
> It means 10 different things to 10 different people.  The article was
> vague.  "Security" could mean blocking a few ports, simple Proxy/NAT,
> blocking port 25 (or 139... or 53.. heh heh) or a thousand different
> things.  There is a market for this, it's called "managed services."

Speaking of port 25 blocking for end users [note: not for transit
feeds or raw pipes] - here's my take on it. 
http://www.circleid.com/article/1039_0_1_0_C/

--srs
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Suresh Ramasubramanian (ops.lists@gmail.com)