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How to secure port 25?
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Dear pushkarpathak,

You can use firewall

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Sunray
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how to restrict users from gaining access to a Microsoft Windows 2000-based computer through telnet.
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;250908


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Think you need to explain what you mean, you can either block port 25, or allow it.

If you have to allow it for incoming email, then you have to actually secure the software thats listening on it.
Because it would be bugs in the software, that could provide a hole into your system. So make sure the email
software is kept up to date.

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UkWizard.
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