H.323 test in ShieldsUP!?

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pmikep

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Not to take Steve away from SpinRite, but after listening to SN! Podcast #804, I'm wondering if it is an easy thing (like, a few hours of work) to have ShieldsUP! test for H.323 vulnerability.

Or, alternatively, is there a site that people can visit that will test for this? (None found in a quick duckduckgo search.)
 

MichaelRSorg

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Sadly, ShieldsUP! has not been updated in a very very long time. More tests are linked to here
https://www.routersecurity.org/testrouter.php

I do not know of an H.323 test. Would be great to have. No matter, if your router supports it, you should be able to disable it. There are screen shots of what this might look like for a handful of routers here

Would be nice to verify that it is disabled though.