OPEN Ports

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  1. Guest

    Hi

    Is there any easy way to find out if there are any OPEN Ports on a BOX
    that are threat to the system
     
    , Jan 3, 2006
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  2. Dan Guest

    From the command prompt type netstat -a and look out for anything running on
    the non standard ports. Or even on the standard ports, so if you dont have
    telenet active make sure port 23 (i think from memory) isnt open etc.

    Knowing if it is a threat depends on your server, you should know what ports
    should and should not be in use just from the apps you have installed.

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    > Hi
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    > Is there any easy way to find out if there are any OPEN Ports on a BOX
    > that are threat to the system
    >
     
    Dan, Jan 3, 2006
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