Re: Portsentry issue/problem
run "lsof -i -P" and you will see what process(es) is/are bound to the
On 24 Jul 2002, Crawford Rainwater wrote:
> I was experimenting with Portsentry for the first time in a while,
> using nmap to help scan for the open ports on a beta test box (Debian
> 3.0 upgraded).
> What I noticed beforehand, ports were closed beyond 1024 (did
> nmap -sU -sT <IP addy>). After installing Portsentry, there were
> about 10-20 ports open beyond that, including the bo2k and Trinod
> cracker ports.
> I removed Portsentry, ran nmap again, ports are closed. Is this a
> known issue with Portsentry? I have not yet reference the Portsentry
> site at this point, but figured that this may be a common occurance.
> Open for some $0.02.
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