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Singing the praises of Speakeasy [was Re: unblock port 80]

I have speakeasy for 2 years.. a 1.1 SDSL conexion to my home.. were I have 
my email server (postfix) and webserver) never had a single 

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On Monday 11 March 2002 11:53, Robert L Krawitz wrote:
>    From: "Mark J. Dulcey" <mark at>
>    Date: Mon, 11 Mar 2002 11:31:42 -0500
>    The TOS doesn't specifically mention NAT, but it does contain this
>    language:
> When I signed up, I was offered 2 IP addresses.  I mentioned I was
> probably going to use NAT or some such; the rep said that that was
> fine, but I could still have the 2 addresses if I wanted 'em.  So I
> don't think they have any problem with how you configure your internal
> network, as long as it stays internal.
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-Security is not something you buy. It is not a product (no matter what 
vendors try to tell you.) Security is something you -live-. I often compare 
it to martial arts training. Just because you have achieved a black belt 
doesn't mean you stop training; on the contrary you have learned from your 
training that it takes discipline, attitude, philosophy and the willingness 
to continue this training from this point forward, constantly tuning your art 
forever. Just because you have bought a security product or three doesn't 
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