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Sep
22
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May
15
comment Why Block Port 22 Outbound?
This is a good response JamesF, but not a security issue worth thinking about because it assumes an extremely rare scenario and requires exploitation of SSH servers/clients. The malicious user would have to first exploit the SSH server (on your desktop) and figure out a way to then exploit your SSH client (on your business host). Since you can't use port 22 to access or talk to the business-firewalled host (which only has outgoing port 22). If your security standard is that high, your business-host shouldn't even be on the internet in any situation.
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Apr
27
comment Check if port is open or closed on a Linux server?
yeah, I was using windows hence the confusion.
Apr
25
comment Check if port is open or closed on a Linux server?
There's no such thing as "tuplen" There is -t though. Also easier way than nmap is to just use Telnet.
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