Gibson Research Shields Up Test shows not all ports in stealth mode

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So it looks like you are good to go. As to the matter of using a router: Several of the "Service" names shown above link directly to items on the ShieldsUP! Since this is being done from our server, successful connections demonstrate which of your ports are "open" or visible and soliciting connections from passing Internet port scanners. To test whether your firewall allows all traffic through on a particular port you can use most of Nmap's TCP scans, including the SYN scan, with the spoof source port number option --source-port or abbreviated just to —g.


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