"established" maximizes client system security

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Learning about named ACL, I came accross with a senario where it suggests to
"use the _established_ keyword to maximize client system security. It will
allow host clients to receive traffic from sources that were sent TCP


router (config)# ip access-list extended myacl
router (config-ext-nacl)# permit tcp established

Any link, feedback, explaination, will be greatly appreciated!

The Dude

Re: "established" maximizes client system security

      Please help!

      I have 2 computers and I transferred one hard drive from one to the
other. I did have a password set on that drive as you entered Windows XP.
Now on the other computer, the harddrive's folders show up but ACCESS IS
DENIED to most including My Documents because I must have encrypted it at
some point I think. Or is it the password that's causing it to be accessed.
How do I bypass/get rid of the passwords/encryption? I hope that my
explanation is clear enough.

      Thanks for any tips.

Re: "established" maximizes client system security

The Dude wrote:
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have a look at http://www.netcraftsmen.net/welcher/papers/reflexiveacl.html



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