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I'm running a server that's hot to the net, and running some insecure
services (by necessity), like nfs. Of course, I used iptables to block all
those ports, using nmap and netstat to double check all my open ports.
However, what nmap reports back is "filtered" for those ports. I would
prefer if I could somehow make it so that they are "closed" to the outside
world, so that random j. hacker doesn't know that I'm running that service at
all. Is there some way to do that, or do I just live with "filtered"?
TIA and HAND!
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