[p2p-hackers] Real-world UPnP stats

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Wed Apr 26 19:20:27 UTC 2006

Many people (myself included) specificly turn UPnP off.  It seems 
like a pretty open security hole, even though I could see how it 
would make p2p apps work a lot easier.

>Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2006 20:09:21 -0700
>From: "David Barrett" <dbarrett at quinthar.com>
>Subject: RE: [p2p-hackers] Real-world UPnP stats
>To: "'Peer-to-peer development.'" <p2p-hackers at zgp.org>
>Message-ID: <20060426030927.9E2D13FC35 at capsicum.zgp.org>
>Content-Type: text/plain;	charset="us-ascii"
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Alex Pankratov
>> David Barrett wrote:
>> > Yikes, that's pretty bad.  Did you also capture which fraction 
>> clients
>> > report that UPnP works at all?
>> Not sure I follow. How would you define these clients ?
>Sorry, I was unclear.  I mean, "what fraction of NAT'd clients 
>have NATs
>that respond 200OK to your UPnP SOAP attempt?"
>I'm just curious how widely UPnP is deployed.

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