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[ale] Re: open port!
- Subject: [ale] Re: open port!
- From: dbrooks at comstar.net (Dave Brooks)
- Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2000 10:27:46 -0400
RTFM. (sorry, I usually dont like the RTFM answer, but this is getting
slightly out of hand...)
Read through a little documentation and it should answer these questions for
Thus spake reji at sbc.edu.ph,
>>You should use a port scanning utility like nmap or saint.
> Where can i find this utility?
>>Also, look at/etc/services, /etc/inetd.conf, /etc/hosts.allow, and
>>/etc/hosts.deny to see which ports are enabled and which have been
>>eithered commented out or have been denied access.
> In /etc/sevices - what should I do? do i have to put comments on
>those ports (services that is not needed) that open?
> In /etc/inetd.cont - what should I do? do I have to put comments
>those ports that is not needed and not being use by servers? examples is
>an dns server, what will i comment to it so that dns server will be only
>dns server and no one is allowed remotely just the console login?
>ex. for ftp server - can I comment telnet, smtp, ipop3, etc.
> What will I do to /etc/hosts.deny and allow?
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