What happened to KillerWall?

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  1. spy1

    spy1 Registered Member

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    I can't seem to find any place that lists it as actually having it ("Page is not available", 404, etc.).

    Did it finally reach the point where it simply wouldn't work with XP, or SP2? Or what? Pete
     
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    Wouldn't YOU like to know?
    what the heck was it??
     
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    What is KillerWall? Please elaborate with more info. Its site seems weird with no info and is not working.
     
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    KillerWall was a very nifty little mission-specific firewall. You could select the ports it would monitor for (usually trojan-specific ports). If you got a "hit" on one of those ports, you could respond with a user-configurable message back to the originator. You could also select how many times you wanted it to reply.

    It seems to have dis-appeared entirely.

    If anyone has a copy of the zip, I sure would appreciate it. Pete
     
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    Wouldn't YOU like to know?
    If you can tell me the exact filename, I'll try... google turns up only Linux based things [and I don't know linux]...
    remember... exact file name ;)
     
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    KillerWall 1337 Edition is about the best I can do. I sent off a support request to the people at BlackCode, asking where the program went, since they're the ones that were shown as hosting it. Pete
     
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    nope... sorry... FTP searches went blank.
     
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    Sounds like a little more well developed version of Slap:
    http://www.majorgeeks.com/download2120.html

    Slap doesn't monitor ports on it's own, but it will integrate with BlackICE or ZoneAlarm to do the same thing you are talking about..
     
  9. yournamehere

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    Any chance of you contacting Andreas ? He use to hang about at grc.

    He may have a zip of the program.

    The first version was KillWall v1



    BCoder
     
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    PM sent to Andreas. Thanks. Pete
     
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