Hello. I don't know if this is a huge security loophole or anything, but here's the concern: My wireless network (192.168.0...) is set to internet zone, which is set to high security, because I don't have anything networked.
As an experiment, I tried
to set up my laptop to be a media server to my PS3, and the PS3 correctly did
not discover any connection. However, if I go to zones and add the ip address of the PS3
of the trusted zone (set to medium), the PS3 will detect my laptop as a media server. I thought the only way these two devices could communicate is if both are set to trusted zone. Shouldn't the PS3 not be able to discover my laptop since my laptop is in internet zone, even though the PS3 is in trusted? What's going on?
Thanks in advance!
Operating System:Windows Vista Home Premium
Software Version:7.1 (Vista)
Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite