Sheilds Up Security Test

My computer passed both tests! I got that same message, spycatcher, in every field :) Stealth mode, pretty cool, didn't even know that my computer was so safe.
Stealth, baby!
Oh, I got ports showing, but that is on purpose. I will have to say to the jerk that keeps trying to hack into my computer: I am about to report your ass. I have been keeping logs of your IP addresses and when Comcast is open tomorrow/today I will be calling them. ;)
Oh, no I don't invite, I just have a a program that logs attempts. I have found out that it is a computer that was hack already that is trying to hack into my computer. So it isn't a particular person sitting at that computer but a rogue program on it. I need to find a way to warn the owner of the computer.

When I am saying that I have ports showing it is b/c I have a program that shows them as open b/c it fakes that their are HTTP/FTP/and other servers there. Yes I could shut them down, but I am learning so much more by leaving them open. :) Follow my like to the Honeynet Project if you want more information on what I am doing. (Disclaimer: it is not my website, just something I am interested)
all port closed or stealth

Unable to connect with NetBIOS to your computer.
All attempts to get any information from your computer have FAILED. (This is very uncommon for a Windows networking-based PC.) Relative to vulnerabilities from Windows networking, this computer appears to be VERY SECURE since it is NOT exposing ANY of its internal NetBIOS networking protocol over the Internet.
This website could be installing all kinds of probing stuff on your computer and telling you everything is safe. Meanwhile its retrieving all your personal information... :vampire:

Nevermind, I've been listening to too much Art Bell lately.

Great, now my firewall is having kittens!
Gibson Research is a very trust worthy site.
Does no one else feel slightly uneasy about having their ports probed?

A quite uncomftarble experience

turn off the medicine now graeme
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