Enable the Masking of IP Addresses and DNS Names
Direct client attacks occur when a chat client launches an attack on another client. A user who knows the IP address of another client can send large amounts of data directly through the Internet to flood that client's modem connection. You can reduce the likelihood of direct client attacks by masking a portion of each user's IP address or DNS host name.
To mask a portion of each user's IP address or DNS host name:
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