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  1. #1

    Block Citrex - gotomypc type

    Good day,
    One of my users go past the Linux firewall and allowed someone to access his computer using So needless to say I am / was pissed.
    I have searched the net for the best ways to block this in a REAL way on my firewall and have turned up some very lame options.
    The WEbsite form gotomypc ( same thing ) says that they will disallow it if I want, yea no thanx!
    Second option is to block the domain name - Umm what if it changes or someone starts running a backdoor server with this technology.
    This is bad news.
    I cant figure out what port its using and or block it.
    Please help.

  2. #2
    Bump :d >>>>

  3. #3
    wowo!! whats that mean?

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    Linux Guru bigtomrodney's Avatar
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    Nov 2004
    I think gotmypc runs on port 8200, make sure you close that off - though if you have a firewall running it should already be. If they are using ssh to forward the port it is quite difficult to get around this. All it takes to get around this is for them to run ssh on an open port.

  6. #5
    The machine is already on a firewall so that port is not forwarded.

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