In the previous versions of BorderManager, it was always a good idea to
not use stateful filter exceptions on on inbound requests. This was due
to the possibility of an attacker using the stateful filters as an
exploit to attack other services on a server. Is this still an issue
with BM 3.8? In the past I always used non-stateful exceptions, but
after installing a fresh copy of 3.8 I see that several stateful filters
exceptions were installed by default. Is it still a good idea to replace
these with non-stateful exceptions?