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What service could penetrate my Firewall via UDP on Port 17275?

Has anyone monitored various requests from all over the world on Port 17275 via UDP? My firewall logs show huge amounts of such requests from lots of different IP Adresses. I can't find any ...
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If a router has port 5060 open, and I know that there is unencrypted SIP traffic going through this port, how could one take advantage of this

Ok so an Nmap scan against an IP address shows that port 5060 is open. I know that 5060 indicates that this is SIP traffic. Also, 5060 indiciates that this is unencrypted traffic, where if the port ...
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Is this type of ARP poisoning attack possible?

I am wondering if it is possible to paralyze a network by sending out a bunch of fake ARP response packets. Some basis: I recently read a moderately detailed description of how ARP and ARP poisoning ...