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Hello All,

gets dizzy due to techtalk (way too much tech talk)
\wakes up to find David Blaine turning a porcupine into a Windows XP, P4 piece o' crap.

Great Scotty...You haven't answered my question mon ami....
"the shields up! test at grc.com shows many ports as closed. When I stealth them (using router configs - i apply "ignore" to all tcp packets in all ports in "incoming direction" from "Public/iinternet interface"), then i can't use yahoo messenger, nor can I use ping/tracroute etc. got any solutions?"
So...anyone?
Please help.
Thanks!

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

References:https://www.wilderssecurity.com/threads/kerio-vs- router-nat-blocking-spyware.49308/page-2

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