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    When does it look hostile? Does a simple DNS query look hostile?

    How about some poor sucker whose hardware gets hosed, and he wants to
    find out the time from someone elses "time" service? Is he hostile
    if he scans for open "time" ports?

    I used to use rdate every time I rebooted because of such a hardware
    problem. Best I could do was such a scan on the metalab.unc.edu subnet.
    Every few weeks they'd shut off the time server on the machine I was
    using though.

    On Mon, 28 Feb 2000, Alan Cox wrote:
    > If another user scans my network just because it is part of a class C and
    > it looks hostile or its down a slow link they can expect trouble. Vendors
    > have no right to place people in situations where they cause trouble for
    > third parties.

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