Unable to block port

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by RGold, May 6, 2008.

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  1. RGold

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  2. MasterTB

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    Blocking outgoing connections to 443 is not wise, you will loose HTTPS, you could block incoming but I don't see the point since this traffic is generaly secure...
    My first question should be, HOW DO YOU CONNECT?? are you behind a router?? or directly connected via modem?? because if you're behind a router then GRC is not testing ESS but the router...

    Another question would be, why are you afraid of a secure connection??
     
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