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Re: finding a process that bind a spcific port



Sorry for top posting. I'm on my phone.

You can always check for data on the interface using tcpdump.
Worth using it to verify what's happening.

Lesley

On 22 Jan 2014 13:33, "Nico Angenon" <nico@creaweb.fr> wrote:
no output....

Thanks for all...

Nico

-----Message d'origine----- From: johan A. van Zanten
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To: nico@creaweb.fr
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Subject: Re: finding a process that bind a spcific port


"Nico Angenon" <nico@creaweb.fr> wrote:
nope... never used this service...
Still looking for an explanation, try chrootkit and rkhunter right
now....

Try fuser:

fuser -n udp 10001

-johan


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