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Kerio Firewall and TCP packets for <TCPIP KERNEL DRIVER>

Discussion in 'Networking' started by spunner, Sep 16, 2004.

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  1. spunner

    spunner Thread Starter

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    I use Kerio Personal Firewall (I know, cheezy) for a couple of years now and everything was going well. Until I noticed some strange events on my computer.

    Apparently, the strange events occur when my system gets attacked by TCP (not ICMP) packets coming from foreign IP's and attempting to access <tcpip kernel driver> (at least that's what Kerio tells me). My system gets bombarded with these packets from 6-12 different IP's. I know there is an exploit of some kind happening.

    There is a way to block these packets in Kerio (I saw a snapshot on a different website of a warning window with the option to block the incoming packet), but I don't know how to set up the rule. Anyone know how to set up the rule to prevent remote access to <tcpip kernel driver>?

    Thanks in advance.
     
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