GhostWall and Ports 0 and 1

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  1. db1

    db1 Registered Member

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    Is there a reason that ports 0 and 1 are not hidden like the rest?
     
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    Yeah I agree. Just trying this. Went to GRC.com & ports 0 & 1 are closed but not stealth. How do I fix this if possible? I tried creating rules but couldn't get them to work. Thanks.
     
  3. Mr-X

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    I have the same problem, just add a rule above the "Allow all outbound" rule like this (works for me):

    Protocol: TCP/UDP

    Local IP: any

    Local port: 0-1

    Action: block

    Direction: both

    Remote IP: any

    Remote Port: any

    that should help :cool:
     
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    @Mr-X tried that. Still fails stealth test @GRC.com:(
     
  5. Mr-X

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    Hmm ok.. well if the rule are added ABOVE the rule named "Allow all outbound" (make sure it is ABOVE) it should work.

    and...

    Make sure you dont have any other firewall on, check if your windows-firewall is on, if so turn it off.

    If it doesent work now, i dont know whats wrong.. :(
     
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    @Mr-X works! Thanks.:D
     
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    Great :)
     
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    Yes, thanks for the helpful rule. CHUCK
     
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