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Re: Blocking port 135?
- From: Crist Clark
- Date: Fri Aug 01 16:14:08 2003
Bob German wrote:
> Absolutely. All of the NetBIOS ports: 135, 137, 138, 139, 445.
Although the public exploits floating around (at the moment) attack
135/tcp, 135/udp is also vulnerable...
And for this crowd, I should point out that blocking 135/udp blocks
DCE-RPC which is used rather heavily by HP OpenView by default.
You may hear some shrieks of pain should you chose to block 135/udp.
Oh, and according to the guys who broke the story in the first place,
Port 593/tcp is also potentially problematic.
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> Subject: Blocking port 135?
> Would blocking port 135 at the network edge be a prudent preventative
Crist J. Clark email@example.com
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