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Posted May 19, 2011 18:40 UTC (Thu) by oelewapperke (guest, #74309)
In reply to: No Metrics by raven667
Parent article: Scale Fail (part 1)

That's because it requires the "end" party to take the initiative. That's the beauty of NAT. Put an ancient totally unsupported bug-riddled system that every grandmother knows how to exploit remotely behind a nat firewall ...

And it's perfectly secure.

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Posted May 23, 2011 4:24 UTC (Mon) by RobertBrockway (guest, #48927) [Link]

No it isn't. If that was true then most successful attacks today wouldn't even occur. For some time now the bulk of attacks have occurred over connections initiated by the end user system.

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