> Enjoy :-)
Linux: Because you can!
All rise for the Microsoft Anthem: "BAAAA!"
"Micheal, I did nothing. I did absolutely nothing and it was
everything that I thought it could be." - Peter, Office Space
I sure hope they don't take this as a *suggestion*!Quote:> http://www.counterhack.net/base_clippy_image.html
> Enjoy :-)
Almost as good as the "suicide note".
It's still legal to go .sigless.
I am trying to use nmap from a buddies machine to see if my linux box
doesn't have any ports open that I don't know about. But when I run nmap
it says there are a few ports closed, but the rest are filtered. I have
apache running on 80, and it doesn't even show up. I am connected using
time warner rr cable, and people can connect to me from outside. So what
can I use? Below is the output from nmap.
(The 1529 ports scanned but not shown below are in state: filtered)
Port State Service
1025/tcp closed listen
1030/tcp closed iad1
1375/tcp closed bytex
1400/tcp closed cadkey-tablet
1401/tcp closed goldleaf-licman
1469/tcp closed aal-lm
1493/tcp closed netmap_lm
1494/tcp closed citrix-ica
1538/tcp closed 3ds-lm
2016/tcp closed bootserver
2022/tcp closed down
2023/tcp closed xinuexpansion3
2605/tcp closed bgpd
5302/tcp closed hacl-cfg
5432/tcp closed postgres
5715/tcp closed prosharedata
5998/tcp closed ncd-diag
6142/tcp closed aspentec-lm
8080/tcp closed http-proxy
9992/tcp closed issc
Nmap run completed -- 1 IP address (1 host up) scanned in 152 seconds