BSDstats Project v2.0 ...
pauls at utdallas.edu
Wed Aug 9 16:02:05 UTC 2006
Igor Robul wrote:
>> The only down side is it still can be faked, just like everything else.
> IP from which connection is made cannot be faked, at least I dont know
> how to fake it. So there is at least one "unfakable" part of key. But
> there is no real need to keep real IP in database, for privacy reasons
> it is better to keep one-way hash in database.
We're using PAT. That means that, when I use a private host to access
the internet, I could be on any one of a number of IP addresses.
However, I was assuming that Marc is using the IP reported by ifconfig,
which *should* be unique for each host, as opposed to the IP that
connects to him, which could represent literally thousands of hosts in
Paul Schmehl (pauls at utdallas.edu)
Adjunct Information Security Officer
The University of Texas at Dallas
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