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IP SCRAMBLER!!!!

Posted on 1998-11-28
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hi im a victim of various hack attacks eg nukes, netbused ect ect. The best way i figured out to stop this happerning is to get a ip scrambler.
whats a good ip scrambler?
And where can i get it from?
please list the sites
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Question by:juggernaut
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by:dotand
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hi,

TCP/IP are a pair of protocols that are used world wide. Simply encrypting them is not the way to go as it menas you'll be able to talk to no one.

a good solution to your problem is composed fo several parts:
1. Update your OS (which you didn't mention using latest patches
   and update packs to reduce vulnerability).
2. Install some sort of firewall (either on your own workstation
   or on a seperate computer and set a security policy).
3. if some connections are especially senstive encrypt them    using a channe lencrypotion product like ssh (which still    works over stnadart tcp/ip).

By the way, there is atandard for encrypting tcp/ip but it still not implemented widely enough and it is called ipsec.

HTH.
Dotan
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by:istal112898
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Go to WWW.SIGNAL9.COM a cheap firewall that works fine. no nuke no problems like that is a good program ;p try it out.
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by:dotand
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You didn't mention yuor OS but maybe you can get something fot free. If you are a UNIX user than look at Socks,TCPWrappers and SSH.

HTH,
Dotan
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by:juggernaut
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i use win95
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by:istal112898
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please reject the answer so other can help you out more.

if you use Win95 go to WWW.SIGNAL9.COM
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by:z9bep50
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You can find some great ip utils on www.tucows.com
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by:spenner
ID: 1013188
You might want to look into a technique called IP spoofing.  I've heard about it, but don't know how to do it.  I makes the internet think your IP address is different than what it actually is.
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by:spenner
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You might want to look into a technique called IP spoofing.  I've heard about it, but don't know how to do it.  I makes the internet think your IP address is different than what it actually is.


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by:hagfors
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I have tried IP spoofers, and they dont work. You are still stuck with the same IP regardless of what you do.
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by:n0thing
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There is no such thing as an IP scrambler. The other side need to know your addr. in order to communicate. The only way to stop these sort of attack is to put a firewall, do packets filtering at your router. You could block certain ports those tools use. Upgrade your system with the latest patch. IP spoffing won't work nowaday unless you have a clueless network admin at your site. ssh, pgp .. etc works at the applications level. It does only encrypt your data on a specific apps. It's not a way to prevent you from nuke .. etc. You must upgrade your OS to the latest level and do filtering properly at your firewall & router.

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RoadWarrior earned 100 total points
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for webbrowsing only, go through this site, http://www.anonymiser.com
will stop your ip being able to be traced for any web based activity.

regards,

Road Warrior
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