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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by binumvk, Oct 15, 2004.

  1. binumvk

    binumvk Active Member

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    How to find all open ports in my cpanel server
     
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    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    Well, unless you've explicitly blocked all ports and only opened the ones you need (using a firewall), then all ports will be open. You can use various tools for scanning your server for open ports, such as nmap for Linux or a myriad of other from a Windows PC.

    If you want to scan for inbound open ports, don't scan the server from itself as you'll likely get meaningless results - you need to scan it externally. There are many sites on the web that will do this for you - do a google search.
     
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    i wasnt lucky enough in google ....could you name some of those sites that would scan my server ?
     
  4. binumvk

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    hi

    Thanks for ur advice
     
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