Oct 01, 2009 · Roy Di Bias wrote: > I just went back and did a ShieldsUp scan to reverify. Yes, the IP > addresses are the same. > > There was a slightly different result with ShieldsUp. Port 80 was reported > as Stealth this time. Port 23 is still reported as Open and the other > common ports were listed as Closed.

ShieldsUP!! benignly probes the target computer at your location. Since these probings must travel from our server to your computer, you should be certain to have administrative right-of-way to conduct probative protocol tests through any and all equipment located between your computer and the Internet. Shields Up Port Scanning for Security Gibson Research's Shields Up- is a free online security scanning tool that tests your network externally from the Internet side. It allows you to see what is open to your network through your firewall. ShieldsUP is an online port scanning service created by Steve Gibson of Gibson Research Corporation. The purpose of this utility is to alert the users of any ports that have been opened through their firewalls or through their NAT routers. The best way to determine if your computer's (or router's) firewall is working and optimized is to effectively try to penetrate it. Browser-based utility ShieldsUP! tests your firewall for

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Help Needed: Port Forwarding - NETGEAR Communities Hi All, I'm having issues with port forwarding, scanner tool shows ports are closed/filtered. Here is my setup Physical Setup AT&T Gateway BRGW10 Orbi RBR50 Router Connected to AT&T Gateway Router Internet port to a Gateway port Connected to an unmanaged Switch Open Router port to open Sw

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It is scanning which ports are open, closed, or 'stealth' as visible from the internet. That is means which ports are visible on the router. Closed ports are generally good, as it means connections/attacks can't be made using them. If you need specific ports for an application you would likely know about it. Jun 27, 2018 · How to interpret ShieldsUp! scan results - posted in Firewall Software and Hardware: Following the advice in Bob Rankins recent column about blocking open ports, I ran ShieldsUP! and it showing 4 A quick warning: The ShieldsUp scanner is known to give poor / bad results, and has (historically at least) used ridiculous marketing jargon to make it sound like it is more capable than it is. Steve Gibson is generally considered to be a charlatan by the security industry. His actual security knowledge is flaky and outdated at best, but he is a charismatic salesman who gathers quite the following of lesser-experienced folks to his podcast and blog.