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From: patrick.doyle at (Patrick Doyle)
Subject: Sidewinder G2 

I think Michael was talking about having a sendmail service running on a
firewall, and not a mail guard feature which the Cisco Pix has, which is
supposed to limit SMTP commands to a specified minimum set of commands.

-----Original Message-----
[]On Behalf Of
Sent: 18 November 2003 14:54
To: Michael Gale
Subject: Re: [Full-Disclosure] Sidewinder G2 

On Mon, 17 Nov 2003 15:44:01 MST, Michael Gale
<>  said:

> I believe two of the most secure firewalls are Cisco Pix and the
> BorderWare Firewall. Cisco does not offer any services and Borderware
> offers a few for small business and are very restrictive.

For a machine that doesn't have any services, the Cisco PIX is infamous
for breaking SMTP. Google for 'cisco pix smtp' and let me know if you
think the PIX doesn't have services on it.

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