Secure way of listening internet radio

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I'm going to use Winamp for listening internet radio.
Sunbelt Kerio PFW is used and its usage is based on Packet Filter
Module.

How should I connect to broadcast servers to have to have opened only
limited number of ports instead of a wide range of ports ?
What stream format is best for use from security point of view ?
What form of URL's do then apply ?
I wish to have define in my FW a packet filter rule
opening a small number of ports.
Now I have open inbound for TCP and remote port range 1000 to 65535,
local port range 1024 to 4999.
But I think there could be a way for listening internet radio,
where I don't have to open so many of ports.

Thanks for any hints in advance.


Re: Secure way of listening internet radio
kaweka wrote:

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Eh... uninstall Kerio Personal Network-Upfucker?

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SRTP.


The normal form.

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What firewall?

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D'oh!

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Well, what firewall are you using? If f.e. you're running
netfilter/iptables, there are various conntrack modules for (s)rtp, rtsp
and mms.

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So rather than help, all you can do is insult the poster? Just keep
proving what I've said about you.

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Leythos wrote:

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You sound surprised.

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Sebastian Gottschalk napisal(a):
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As indicated in the message beginning: SKPFW - Sunbelt Kerio Personnal
FW.
Quite good.


Re: Secure way of listening internet radio
kaweka wrote:

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That's no firewall, that's host-based packet filter.

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No, totally unsuitable for your and about any other scenario.

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