[BitTorrent] UPnP, NATs, and P2P

Olaf van der Spek OvdSpek at LIACS.NL
Mon Feb 14 09:43:31 EST 2005


Bill Cox wrote:
> There are simple schemes to allow a spy-ware program to hide it's
> capabilities, but still communicate now and then with the outside world,
> thus enabling a hacker to control the infected machine.  However, the
> NAT keeps hackers from taking over whenever they want.  They have to

No, NAT doesn't. It just makes it a bit harder.


 
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