does Sym Live Update send outbound?

Discussion in 'Computer Security' started by hacked@leaking.com, Aug 6, 2004.

  1. Guest

    Have been noticing the activity with NAV NFW during live updates.. it
    rattles the 10k SCSI drive pretty good and `outbound' traffic is
    observed during that time. What kind of info is going out?

    How can one inspect or view this traffic?
    , Aug 6, 2004
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  2. Leythos Guest

    In article <>,
    says...
    >
    > Have been noticing the activity with NAV NFW during live updates.. it
    > rattles the 10k SCSI drive pretty good and `outbound' traffic is
    > observed during that time. What kind of info is going out?
    >
    > How can one inspect or view this traffic?


    It has to GO OUT to see if there are new updates and then out another
    location to get them.
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    Leythos, Aug 6, 2004
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  3. *Vanguard* Guest

    "" <>
    wrote in news::
    > Have been noticing the activity with NAV NFW during live updates.. it
    > rattles the 10k SCSI drive pretty good and `outbound' traffic is
    > observed during that time. What kind of info is going out?
    >
    > How can one inspect or view this traffic?


    If you've already defragged the drive, but there is lots of outbound
    activity beyond just submitting your subscription info (to verify you
    can get updates) then have you subscribed to their deepsight service
    (http://analyzer.symantec.com/downloadnis.asp)? That uploads your
    firewall logs to then e-mail them back as a summary or lets you view
    them remotely and online along with providing them with some info
    regarding intrusions and where.

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