I was running a routine security check of the machines I manage today and found in my nmap scans that TCP/554 is open, although when I run 'netstat -an' on the machine itself it doesn't show up, same ...
In our company, I want to check if users are running web servers on port 80 and 8080. I downloaded nmap and ran this command: nmap -p 80,8080 192.168.1.0-255 I got a list of IPs and tried to ...
I used nmap for network security testing. It found that SMTP server was in open relay. Here is the output: nmap --script smtp-open-relay testwww.confidesk.com PORT STATE SERVICE 25/tcp open ...
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 ...
I have a number of nodes on a couple of networks whose hostnames all start with org. Some examples are: orgwebsvr1 orgwebsvr2 orgwebsvr3 orgdbsvrmysql orgdbsvrmssql orgdbsvrosql With nmap, I know ...
I have blocked all the basic nmap scans using iptables by making a rule in the INPUT chain that if the no of packet send from a particular ip within 10 seconds exceeds a particular limit then put that ...
I opened the following ports with iptables on Debian 7: iptables -X iptables -F iptables -P INPUT DROP iptables -P FORWARD DROP iptables -P OUTPUT ACCEPT iptables -A INPUT -m state --state ...