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  1. ebreeqelshay

    ebreeqelshay Registered Member

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    Hi everyony,
    I want to hide my PC to be invisible to scan attempts from other members of my local network
    I want it to appear dead even when I am connected
    I am using kerio 2.1.5
    any help.....
    Thanks.
     
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  2. ebreeqelshay

    ebreeqelshay Registered Member

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    noone can help :oops:
    is my question stupid or somethingo_O?
    anyone please
     
  3. lucas1985

    lucas1985 Retired Moderator

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    I'm not sure about what you want to achieve. If you install Kerio 2.1.5 and make a proper ruleset, all unsolicited incoming traffic will be dropped.
     
  4. ebreeqelshay

    ebreeqelshay Registered Member

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    Thank you for answering me:)
    that's exactly what i mean "Proper rule set"

    I loaded "BZ Kerio 2x Default Replacement Update"

    my point is when someone in my local network sends me a ping request my pc don't reply,appear offline.....can this be done using kerio? or even any other software.......

    thanks
     
  5. lucas1985

    lucas1985 Retired Moderator

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    Yes :) Some tips:
    - "BZ Kerio 2x Default Replacement Update" is a general ruleset (like the one built into Kerio, but more advanced/polished) so it should be the starting point for your own ruleset.
    - This thread should give you some insight on the inner workings of Kerio and how to customize it for your needs (network configuration, ISP, DNS, applications used, etc)
     
  6. ebreeqelshay

    ebreeqelshay Registered Member

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    Thanks I checked it out "not all yet"

    I found this
    untitled.GIF
    the last rule "outgoing reply on ping command" that's what i want
    but I don't know what ICMP should I deny

    Also,does kerio process the rules in order the same way as outpost?

    any help
     
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    lucas1985 Retired Moderator

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    There are various approaches regarding ICMP filtering. I agree with this approach:
    I don't know how Outpost reads the ruleset, but Kerio reads and applies the rules from top to bottom.
     
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