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BosstonesOwn

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Re: Security logistics

You can hide the traffic by masking it as udp traffic bound for a spoofed address, you can also hide it as traffic encrypted and bound for say a management station that has a "updater" there are all sorts of ways to hide traffic, I have been doing security work for over 13 years now , and it never amazes me how these guys figure out ways to hide traffic, some of them I only found by being nosy and wanting to know why a link light was blinking fairly rapidly while the interface said it was only moving a small bit of data.
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El Quintron
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said by BosstonesOwn:

You can hide the traffic by masking it as udp traffic bound for a spoofed address, you can also hide it as traffic encrypted and bound for say a management station that has a "updater" there are all sorts of ways to hide traffic,

Fair enough, how does the UDP traffic get around the router seeing as it originates behind the network firewall (eg: carrer class routers) ?
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