Firewall Terminator Anti FW App

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by StevieO, Sep 11, 2005.

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  1. StevieO

    StevieO Guest

    Not having tried it, i'm not too sure about the claims of this product. I would imagine that some of our Security Apps would help prevent it from breaking through our FW's ! At the very least we should be alerted to the fact.

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    Firewall Terminator & Anonymizing Software for FTP, Newsgroups, IRC, ICQ, Email (POP/IMAP)

    In certain network configurations, AntiFirewall may not be able to cut through the firewall blocking access to the protocols/programs above. Please download and install our free trial version to make sure that it works in your particular configuration:

    Download Free Trial Version

    Details: How It Works

    Inside AntiFirewall

    AntiFirewall not only brings the firewall on its knees, but it also makes all the above communications ANONYMOUS. All data travel through anonymous public proxy servers, so the recepients of your messages will not see your IP address (or the one of your company); instead, they will see the IP of the proxy server. In other words, AntiFirewall is effective anonymizing software for all programs/protocols listed above.

    Tunnel Manager breaks through your firewall by taking advantage of the fact that your firewall allows web surfing. Tunnel Manager uses the web surfing protocol (HTTP) to establish a tunnelled connection, first with an HTTP public proxy server and then, with the destination Internet server. AntiFirewall includes a large database of public proxy servers, and chooses the best one each time you create a new connection.

    Local Address Manager makes the tunnelled connection accessible to the programs running on your computer. Local Address Manager creates a virtual FTP server, IRC server, etc. on your own computer; then you connect to that virtual server with your FTP/IRC/News/etc. program. All communications between the virtual server and your client program are sent to the real server by AntiFirewall.

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  2. Vikorr

    Vikorr Registered Member

    May 1, 2005
    Hacker gone straight ??

    Heh, the ethics of it certainly are dubious.

    And then this sort of stuff could be misused by the programmer...setup up the website from foreign country...charge people to download....have trojan on board...just don't do anything till you find some rather valuable info comes along you make money both ways <and it's 'fairly' safe...after all, the last thing people who buy this sort of thing would do, is tell their bosses about it>
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