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    Although we all know that most hackers don't bother writing crappy viruses to attack us using Kazaa, there are some really bored computer nerds with no life and nothing else to do but F*@K with us , here are some links to tips to protect yourself from such dorks:

    http://www.abtrusion.com/protect_hackers.asp

    [this easy to configure (free for home users) program prevents crackers from installing their progs on your computer without your knowlege.

    http://www.ntutility.com/?from=prog_aports

    [you can watch your ports for suspicious activity]

    http://www.xstem.com/archive/docs/microsof...old_Windows.htm

    [extra tricks]

    Also, go to Black Vipers site to see what services you can disable. That is probably the best site here:

    http://www.blkviper.com/

    Your buddy

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    Nice tip! Keep rolling!

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    Originally posted by adamp2p@24 April 2003 - 01:22


    http://www.ntutility.com/?from=prog_aports

    [you can watch your ports for suspicious activity]
    Your link for the port tool did'nt work.
    I'm using something called pro ports but was interested in something better

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    I can't seem to get that dl no matter what I do.
    you go to the page it takes u to another then another then click dl don't work try another click it dl don't work etc. etc. on n on

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    Originally posted by adamp2p@24 April 2003 - 01:22


    http://www.ntutility.com/?from=prog_aports

    [you can watch your ports for suspicious activity]

    I would think geting a good firewall, there are a few out there that stealth's your ports would be better. Cant hack what they cant see. And too many of these port "watchers" end up opening ports, not saying that this program does that but if a hacker does scan your computer and see a bunch of open ports he is more likely to be back than if he dosent see a thing.

    I dont know how that program works so it may not open ports but just something to keep in mind

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