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    FTP: in explorer!

    I found a pupil doing this today!



    I've redone my proxy settings to point ftp to 127.0.0.1 but I didn't know you could ftp through explorer!

    I have this disabled in ie.. The pupil was transferring a game called eurotrucks.

    I'm suprised this got through my ISA server and the SWGFL filtering...

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    yup, explorer and command line... (the latter being especially impressive if people don't know what you're doing...)

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    I don't understand how the files made it across. The traffic for ftp was set the same for all services isa:8080 and isa goes through the swfgl pupils proxy. Both my ISA and the SWGFL filters disallow .exe files.

    !correction my ISA rules only filter http:!

    I've now spoken to swgfl and they do not filter FTP traffic!
    Last edited by chazzy2501; 22nd March 2010 at 02:27 PM.

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