dzanre1 Absent Member.
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Astaro Wizards?

My Astaro gateway sent me an intrusion protection message today - but it's
from my Kid's PC to the Word of Warcraft servers, so I'm thinking it's not
really a problem - it was listed as a "BACKDOOR superspy 2.0 beta runtime
detection". I'm assuming that this is a "false" message, since I can't find
any indication online that this is really a "problem" - anyone know why
these get flagged if they are "false" or what I'm supposed to do (other than
shut down WOW <g>) if they are not?

Thanks.

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Re: Astaro Wizards?

DZanre wrote:
> My Astaro gateway sent me an intrusion protection message today - but it's
> from my Kid's PC to the Word of Warcraft servers, so I'm thinking it's not
> really a problem - it was listed as a "BACKDOOR superspy 2.0 beta runtime
> detection". I'm assuming that this is a "false" message, since I can't find
> any indication online that this is really a "problem" - anyone know why
> these get flagged if they are "false" or what I'm supposed to do (other than
> shut down WOW <g>) if they are not?
>
> Thanks.
>

Mine doesn't like google chat.

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dzanre1 Absent Member.
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Re: Astaro Wizards?

Matthew wrote:

> Mine doesn't like google chat.


And it looks like the intrusion protection setup for "dropping" only shows
"inbound" stuff to "drop" - these outbound things just "report" - and I
can't see how to drop them in the Intrusion Protection setup otherwise - oh
well - I only look at the reports about once a week, and it's always
interesting <g>.

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Re: Astaro Wizards?

DZanre wrote:
> Matthew wrote:
>
>> Mine doesn't like google chat.

>
> And it looks like the intrusion protection setup for "dropping" only shows
> "inbound" stuff to "drop" - these outbound things just "report" - and I
> can't see how to drop them in the Intrusion Protection setup otherwise - oh
> well - I only look at the reports about once a week, and it's always
> interesting <g>.
>


I had to dig to find the google one, but it still sets off the warnings
when somebody tries to access google chat.


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