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Parad0X787
"If U know neither the enemy nor yoursel
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Edmonton, AB

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reply to ariez

Re: ports not stealth

STEALTH term was first use by USAF, and now many military carrier build with this anti radar tech.
My own opinion all devices protection best to go with STEALTH mode Here are my result settings:
YOUR INTERNET CONNECTION has NO reverse DNS
Many Internet connection IP addresses are associated with a DNS machine name. (But yours is not.) The presence of "Reverse DNS", which allows the machine name to be retrieved from the IP address, can represent a privacy and possible security concern for Internet consumers since it may uniquely and persistently identify your Internet account — and therefore you — and may disclose other information, such as your geographic location.
When present, reverse DNS is supported by Internet service providers. But no such lookups are possible with your current Internet connection address (XX.XXX.XXX.XXX). That's generally a good thing.........BTW, still I could established 3 hand_shake connection also remember to turn OFF your “PLUG & PRAY” !!!


NormanS
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said by Parad0X787:

My own opinion all devices protection best to go with STEALTH mode Here are my result settings:

And your router logs show no port probes?

YOUR INTERNET CONNECTION has NO reverse DNS
Many Internet connection IP addresses are associated with a DNS machine name. (But yours is not.) The presence of "Reverse DNS", which allows the machine name to be retrieved from the IP address, can represent a privacy and possible security concern for Internet consumers since it may uniquely and persistently identify your Internet account — and therefore you — and may disclose other information, such as your geographic location.

Just having an IP address, by the very nature of TCP/IP connections, is a unique identifier. And if your IP address is dynamically assigned, the odds are favorable that a previous assignee gave some geo-location service a clue.
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Norman
~Oh Lord, why have you come
~To Konnyu, with the Lion and the Drum


Parad0X787
"If U know neither the enemy nor yoursel
Premium
join:2013-09-17
Edmonton, AB

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{{{SMILE }}} ..... just geo-location my ISP !!!


NormanS
I gave her time to steal my mind away
Premium,MVM
join:2001-02-14
San Jose, CA
kudos:11
Reviews:
·SONIC.NET
·Pacific Bell - SBC

said by Parad0X787:

{{{SMILE }}} ..... just geo-location my ISP !!!

Your provider offers CGN, yes? How do you like their "Intranet"?
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Norman
~Oh Lord, why have you come
~To Konnyu, with the Lion and the Drum