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nmap shows services I'm unaware of

When I run nmap <host> on my server it says the following ports are open, but my iptables have no rules explicitly allowing them. 135/tcp filtered msrpc 139/tcp filtered netbios-ssn 445/tcp ...
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how can I view all of the machine/host names on a network

I am trying to find a reliable way to view all of the host/machine names on a local network, so for instance "Jim's Ipad" or "Austi's IMac". At the moment the only way I can do it is by looking ...
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nmap not outputting one line to console when using -oG

when I run: nmap --open -sT -p 5900,3389 -oG test 10.0.1.121 This outputs to console: Starting Nmap 5.00 ( http://nmap.org ) at 2013-02-15 16:31 PST Interesting ports on 10.0.1.121: Not shown: 1 ...
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iptables has port 80 open but nmap shows it closed

I'm having some troubles getting a Debian webserver to open up port 80 for HTTP traffic. In my iptables, I opened up port 80 using the following commands: iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport 80 -j ...
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iptables rule to drop SYN and FIN attacks

From a Trustwave report, we are trying to set our server to block this type of request but after trying several combinations of rules, we can still see the ports. Could anyone give me a hint or the ...