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spockboy 0 4 Jan 2004 12:48 PM In reply to SecApp: Excuseme,butdoyouknowwhatUPnPis? I don’t run XP, so I haven't tested the bug fix; let me know if it solves the problem. my XP box does not see the UPnP, i have installed it and the service is running. ReD-MaN 0 4 Jan 2004 10:46 PM Ittrulyisamazingwhatthe"search"functionwilldo.IjustdidasearchonuPnP,sinceIknowithasbeendiscussedbefore.Hereisoneresult.Nexttimebeforecomingandaskingaquestionwhichchancesarehasbeenaskedbefore,trysearching.Also,pleasetrytore-wordyourresponsesinthefuture,aswhenIgavethemaquickonceover,Ithoughttheywerekindofrude.

Log In or Register to post comments Tim (not verified) on Apr 3, 2002 Yes the fix for XP's error-reporting feature does work. I believe you should take a more comprehensive view of such technicalities, not just how to eliminate a bother. Citering är tillåten om källan anges.

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Some automatic XP updates and hotfixes re-enable both services, so you’ll need to check your firewall log regularly to ensure that UPnP packets are not present on the network. Although this amount of traffic from one system doesn't pose a serious Denial of Service (DoS) threat, I wanted to discover the source of the unnecessary traffic and eliminate it. However, I don't worry too much about the dreaded IMer because NetMeeting and the H.323 Gatekeeper work fantastically! Advertisement Related ArticlesMSN Messenger Sends Endless UPnP Packets; Endless Loop with XP's Error-Reporting Feature 21 How can I stop Windows Messenger from sending Simple Service Discovery Protocol (SSDP) discovery messages?

  1. Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Jul 28, 2005 On Windows XP Professional SP2, with UPnP enabled, Windows will send constant requests to port 2800
  2. Armed with the name of the executable file, I searched the hard disk and eventually located the file in the MSN Messenger directory.
  3. UPnP verkar va dåligt utspritt...
  4. Aside from the fact that these packets consume bandwidth and are useless on a corporate network, UPnP events clog the firewall log.
  5. Hot Scripts offers tens of thousands of scripts you can use.
  6. Print reprints Favorite EMAIL Tweet Discuss this Article 21 Mark Sager (not verified) on Apr 3, 2002 Does anyone know if the Exchange-type Messenger client exhibits the same behavior?
  7. Otherwise, users can load a lot of useless or unnecessary software on their machines, with potentially negative consequences.
  8. The following story about the MSN Messenger service that Windows Update recommends to everyone is an example of the negative consequences that can occur.
  9. A standard XP install enables the SSDP service and sets the startup type to automatic; a standard install also sets the UPnP Device Host service startup type to manual startup, but

ISA server software Monitoring & Admin Reporting Security Services Featured Products Featured Book Order today TechGenix Sites The leading Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 / 2007 / 2003 resource site. Tråden för hörlursgalningar! Log In or Register to post comments Steve (not verified) on Apr 2, 2002 I use messenger at work. Hot Scripts offers tens of thousands of scripts you can use.

Sobacktomyquestion;who'sinitiating?? MSN Messenger’s documentation states that the software accesses Outlook’s address book to identify users with whom you might want to chat or play games online. Log In or Register to post comments Jason (not verified) on Apr 3, 2002 From what I can tell, MSN Messenger only sends out the UPnP Packets if you have DirectX spockboy 0 7 Jan 2004 9:50 AM In reply to Simon Shaw: Oksorryforbeingrude.Ijustwantedasortofstraightanswer,insteadofstuffidon'tunderstandAndIdiddoasearchontheseforumsbeforeiposted,ialwaysdo...sorryforthattoo,dunnowhathappenedthere.ForallthosepeopleintheotherpostwhosaidUPnPisnasty,andAstaroshouldn'tsupportit:ican'tseemtofindaprojectsimilartoAstarothathaseverything.SmoothwallhasUPnPforWindowsXPusers,butitslackingtheadvancedusabilityofAstaro.IMHO,theideaofagoodprojectistokeepfocusedonyourgoal,whiletryingtopleaseasmanypeopleaspossible.WhileUPnPmaybeasecurityriskattimes,ifyoudon'twantit,youcanjustdisableit.Itsquitesimple.IfAstaroeverdidsupportUPnP,itsnotlikethefeaturewouldbeforceduponallusers...andifpeopledon'tliketheideaofhaveANYsecurityvulnerabilitiesatall,thenAstarocouldcomewiththefeaturedisabledbydefault.Iamyettofindaprojectthathasitall.Astaroisprobablythebestihavecomeacrosssofar,butafortheuseineed...Smoothwallwouldeasilysuitmebetteratthemoment.IwouldrathersacraficesomeniftyfeaturesattheexpenseofUPnPsupport--thatswhatitmeanstome,andwhetherornotAstarowillhaveUPnPsupportinthefuture,isameasureofwhatthecustomersmeantothiscompany.

Uppgradera större DDR3 än spec ? Heads up: Telemetry updates for Win 7 and 8/8.1 are back again [Security] by chachazz303. MSN Explorer is a suite of utilities that facilitate Internet communication, one of which is the Messenger service. Advertisement Related ArticlesThe Perils of UPnP 3 MSN Messenger Sends Endless UPnP Packets; Endless Loop with XP's Error-Reporting Feature 21 MSN Messenger Sends Endless UPnP Packets; Endless Loop with XP's Error-Reporting

RatherthanknucklingundertotheMSNbehemouth,IthinktheyshouldprovideaSIPgateway,ortheaftermarketshouldforatadofremuneration. If you’re building images for a corporate network, you can use a security template or Group Policy to permanently disable both services. Copyright © 2014 TechGenix Ltd. Disabling it seems to free a tiny bit of precious bandwidth. - vorte[x] Log In or Register to post comments Björn Österman (not verified) on Apr 2, 2002 Microsoft created the

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MSN Messenger Sends Endless UPnP Packets If you let users keep their systems current using Microsoft's Windows Update Web site, you should let them install only those patches listed as Critical This information explains why the user experienced such a system slow down when Outlook was running. The announcements contain the TCP/IP address of the XP system, which means that an XP system connected to the Internet is a well-known and vulnerable entity. I also learned about a UPnP virus that strikes Windows XP, but not Win2K systems, that floods a network with UPnP packets.

Click here to go to the product suggestion community UPnP Doesn'tlookliketheUniversalPlug-n-PlayforWindowsusersisimplemented.Whatsthechanceofthishappeninginthefuture?Cheers,Dan. SecApp 0 4 Jan 2004 5:18 PM In reply to spockboy: It'susedfornetworkdiscoveryofdevicesanddevicecapabilities. Wired or Wireless Mouse? [No,IWillNotFixYour#@$!!Computer] by Hazy Arc350. Network Security & Information Security resource for IT administrators.

danhart1976 0 9 Jan 2004 12:03 AM In reply to SecApp: OK,IbeleiveIhaveasolutiontotheUPNPproblem.BelowarethedetailsforgettingtheUPNPDservicerunningonmyASL4box.Itstilldoesn'tworkhoweverduetotheproblemmentionedatthebottomofthispost,ifanyonemoreexperiencedwithASLcanhelp,pleasedo!!!1)Download,andsutoroot5)moveupnpd.tar.gzto/var/chroot-report/opt:mv/tmp/upnpd.tar.gz/var/chroot-report/opt6)makeanewdirectorycalledupnpdandungztarupnpd:mkdirupnpdcdupnpdtar-xvzf../upnpd.tar.gz7)gointothenewlycreatedetcdirectoryandcopythefilemyupnpd.confto/etc:cdetccpmyupnpd.conf/etc8)edit/etc/myupnpd.confusingyourfavouriteeditorandchangethelinesuprateanddownratetocorrectlyreflectyouruploadanddownloadspeedsinKBits/s9)copythelinuxigddirectoryto/etc:cp-Rlinuxigd/etc10)enterthe../usr/sbinandcopyupnpdto/usr/sbin:cd../usr/sbincpupnpd/usr/sbin11)createanewfilecalledunpndin/sbin/init.d,containgthefollowingscript:Code:#!/bin/bash#$Id:upnpd,v1.002004/01/0700:20:00tomExp$trap""HUPret_code=0PNAME="upnpd"EXT_IF="eth1"INT_IF="eth0"PROG="/usr/sbin/upnpd"case"$1"instart)echo"::Starting$PNAME" iprouteadd239.0.0.0/8dev$INT_IF PID=`pidof$PROG` if[!-z"$PID"];then echo"Alreadyrunning" exit0 fi $PROG$EXT_IF$INT_IF>/dev/null2>&1;;stop)echo"::Stopping$PNAME" PID=`pidof$PROG` if[-z"$PID"];then echo"Alreadystopped" exit0 fi killall$PROG sleep20#Thistimeoutisrequiredtoensureallupnpdserviceshaveshutdown iproutedel239.0.0.0/8dev$INT_IF;;restart) echo"RestartingUPNP:" sh$0stop sh$0start;;*)echo'Usage:/sbin/init.d/upnpd{start|stop|restart}'ret_code=1 ;;esac/sbin/init.d/retcode$ret_codeexit$ret_code;12)chmod700upnpd13)inrc3.dcreatetwosymboliclinksnamedS56upnpdandK56upnpd:cdrc3.dln-s../upnpdS56upnpdln-s../upnpdk56upnpd14)createasymboliclinkforiptablesin/usr/sbin:cd/usr/sbinln-s/usr/local/biniptables15)Create(oraddto)thefile/sbin/init.d/ipfilter.localandaddthefollowinglinesCode:#!/bin/bashPATH=/usr/local/biniptables-DOUTPUT-s10.10.10.0/24-d239.255.255.250/32-jACCEPTiptables-DOUTPUT-s10.10.10.254/32-d239.255.255.250/32-jACCEPTiptables-DINPUT-s10.10.10.254/32-d239.255.255.250/32-jACCEPTiptables-DINPUT-s10.10.10.0/24-d239.255.255.250/32-jACCEPTiptables-IOUTPUT-s10.10.10.0/24-d239.255.255.250/32-jACCEPTiptables-IOUTPUT-s10.10.10.254/32-d239.255.255.250/32-jACCEPTiptables-IINPUT-s10.10.10.254/32-d239.255.255.250/32-jACCEPTiptables-IINPUT-s10.10.10.0/24-d239.255.255.250/32-jACCEPTReplacingthe10.10.10.0/24withyourinternalnetworkrange,and10.10.10.254/32withtheinternalIPaddressofyourASLbox.16)Ensurethatyourpacketfilterrulesareconfiguredtoallowthefollowing:Internal_Interface->Internal_Network__TCP5000AllowInternal_Network__->>Internal_Interface__TCP2869AllowInternal_Network__->Internal_Interface__UDP1900AllowInternal_Interface->Internal_Network__AllUDPAllowInternal_Interface->,andheyprestotheKo-hitsujiRouterhasappeared.Ifithasn'tmakesurethatyouhaveUPNPinstalledinXP,itdoesn'tcomeinstalledasstandard.Ifallelsefails,starttotrawlthroughyourpacketfilterlogstoworkoutwhat'snotworking.Rightnowwehaveaproblem,onattemptingtostartavoiceconnection,theUPNPDserviceopensuptheforwardingportssuccesfully.Unfortunatley,theAstaromiddlewarekicksinandmovesthesetoFIX_CONNTRACKasLOGDROP.Cananyonehelpatthispoint?Lookforwardtohearingfromyou,DanHart After I removed MSN Messenger, I checked the firewall log to verify that the UPnP packet stream had disappeared. Youneedbothtoinitiate? Several days later, UPnP packets started showing up in my client's firewall log from other systems on which MSN Messenger was installed.

Thankfully, as it was very annoying! So far I do not know whether the update works because my system does not encounter a fatal error since then. This method is much faster than logging off and logging back on again. Vad är en signatur? ● Citera Svara Bra inlägg 2005-01-21 17:04 Trädvy Permalänk ZaInT Medlem ♥ Plats På snedden i Dirty South Registrerad Dec 2001 Citat: Ursprungligen inskrivet av maciekish men

Please read our Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions. MSN Messenger 6.2 Error Code 0x81000370 MSN Messenger 6.2--Available "Actions" Windows Messenger 5.1 vs. First, stop the dependent UPnP Device Host service if it's running and set the startup type to disabled. Finns det någon Linuxdist som inte är trasig?

I've never purchased or installed a UPnP-compatible network device, so I don't know whether such hardware is widely available or how well it works. Vad är en signatur? ● Citera Svara Bra inlägg 2005-01-21 13:14 Trädvy Permalänk bran Medlem ♥ Plats Stockholm Registrerad Maj 2003 Öppna portar i routern, svårare än så ere inte... 4930k Does this apply if behind a ISA server?If so,- Would this be setup as a secondary connection in Jim's script?- If I do this in ISA, what security problems will I