Web Application Security
Re: Should or shouldn't block public ping to a website Sep 09 2011 06:34PM
MATHDATER (MATHDATER AOL COM)
On 9/5/2011 2:03 AM, ShiYih Lye wrote:
> Hi,
>
> All this while I'm not allowing any public ping to the website I'm
> maintaining, but it's making me tougher to troubleshoot should any
> user from the globe having trouble to access our website, as I can't
> make them to send a proper traceroute report.
>
> To your opinion, is it necessary to block public ping to a public
> website ? Is this security practice still relevant in today exploit
> technology ?
>
> And if you think it's still necessary, how do I make sure my user's
> traceroute still work when all ICMP is dropped from public ?
>
> Thanks for any input, appreciated that.
>
> Regards,
> Lye
>
>
>
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