Re: Some more port closing questions
113 is controlled from inetd.conf, add a # in front of the relevent line.
afterwards do a killall -HUP inetd
111 is portmaper, its in /etc/init.d, you can stop the services with ./portmap
stop then remove the sym link to the run level or chmod the script to 0400 and it
wont run on boot in future.
Crawford Rainwater wrote:
> Thanks to all on the Portsentry issue I had
> a week ago.
> Along those same lines, I have two ports I cannot
> figure out (even looking through the LDP) on how
> to close or shut down their related services.
> They are as follows:
> 111/tcp sunrpc
> 111/udp sunrpc
> 113/tcp auth
> 1024/tcp kdm
> 1024/udp unknown (I am guessing this is with the kdm one)
> Advice appreciated, thanks in advance.
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