Let me ask you this. What port isn't susceptible to Port Scanning? If you open up a port to access a service on your internal network, you just opened a small hole for any hacker to try and weasel is way in. Make sure you use strong passwords.gurutech said:I've noticed that LMI uses port 2002. Is that suceptible to any port scanner type hacking programs, and does LMI "un-stealth" this port in order to communicate with their servers?
Well if it is anything like UltraVNC Single Click it is probably pretty darn good. I haven't moved over to PCHelpWare yet, which is created by the UltraVNC people. Hopefully I will get around to trying it out in my free time to see what the differences are between it and Single click.bugsquasher said:JohnWill - How does it compare to logmein rescue?
I need a solution for remote support (just for one user/myself to serve my business customers remotely).
Wondering if it is feature for feature comparable, or if there are any significant differences. This is my first foray into remote support.
I know ports can be "open" or "closed", but I have seen some ports set to a "stealth" mode, and was just wondering if LMI kept port 2002 in a "stealth" status or changed it to "open".Squashman said:Let me ask you this. What port isn't susceptible to Port Scanning? If you open up a port to access a service on your internal network, you just opened a small hole for any hacker to try and weasel is way in. Make sure you use strong passwords.
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