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  1. #1

    preventing OS finger printing urgent plz

    hi all,
    im using redhat 7.2 kernel 2.4.1.
    i configured IPPersonality to prevent OS finger printing, (IPPERS configured to show like windows machine), it fools NMAP and all active finger printing tools, but when i used ettercap in passive finger printing mode it will correctly identifies the right linux version.
    can any of u plz tell me how to prevent OS passive finger printing, it's urgent...


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    Why don't you use a firewall instead? It will help protect your computer alot more than changing your finger print.

  3. #3
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    Jun 2002
    San Antonio
    either that, or set up portsentry. You can configure it to listen on all ports that aren't used by your standard services. That way, when someone tries to connect to port 20/21/25/etc when you aren't using them, it will just drop the route.

    This is a standard part of RH 7.2.


    I respectfully decline the invitation to join your delusion.

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