Re: Listening ports?!

Discussion in 'Computer Security' started by R Green -WoWsat.com, Aug 18, 2003.

  1. Port 8080 looks like a Linksys port that your computer is connected to, but
    idle...

    As for the others, no idea...

    R Green
    Technical Support
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    WoWsat.com
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    "Alsvik, Ture" <> wrote in message
    news:rVS%a.51555$...
    > C:\>netstat -a
    >
    > Active Connections
    >
    > Proto Local Address Foreign Address State
    > TCP w2k_machine:ftp w2k_machine:0 LISTENING
    > TCP w2k_machine:smtp w2k_machine:0 LISTENING
    > TCP w2k_machine:http w2k_machine:0 LISTENING
    > TCP w2k_machine:pop3 w2k_machine:0 LISTENING
    > TCP w2k_machine:epmap w2k_machine:0 LISTENING
    > TCP w2k_machine:https w2k_machine:0 LISTENING
    > TCP w2k_machine:microsoft-ds w2k_machine:0 LISTENING
    > TCP w2k_machine:1031 w2k_machine:0 LISTENING
    > TCP w2k_machine:1035 w2k_machine:0 LISTENING
    > TCP w2k_machine:1037 w2k_machine:0 LISTENING
    > TCP w2k_machine:3006 w2k_machine:0 LISTENING
    > TCP w2k_machine:3007 w2k_machine:0 LISTENING
    > TCP w2k_machine:8080 w2k_machine:0 LISTENING
    > TCP w2k_machine:44337 w2k_machine:0 LISTENING
    > TCP w2k_machine:1025 w2k_machine:0 LISTENING
    > TCP w2k_machine:1025 w2k_machine:3006

    ESTABLISHED
    > TCP w2k_machine:1025 w2k_machine:3010 TIME_WAIT
    > TCP w2k_machine:3005 w2k_machine:0 LISTENING
    > TCP w2k_machine:3006 w2k_machine:1025

    ESTABLISHED
    > TCP w2k_machine:3007 w2k_machine:8080

    ESTABLISHED
    > TCP w2k_machine:8080 w2k_machine:3007

    ESTABLISHED
    > TCP w2k_machine:netbios-ssn w2k_machine:0 LISTENING
    > TCP w2k_machine:3002 w2k_machine:0 LISTENING
    > TCP w2k_machine:3003 w2k_machine:0 LISTENING
    > TCP w2k_machine:3004 w2k_machine:0 LISTENING
    > TCP w2k_machine:netbios-ssn w2k_machine:0 LISTENING
    > TCP w2k_machine:1030 205.206.231.69:http TIME_WAIT
    > TCP w2k_machine:8080 XP_machine:3015 TIME_WAIT
    > TCP w2k_machine:8080 XP_machine:3016 TIME_WAIT
    > TCP w2k_machine:8080 XP_machine:3017 TIME_WAIT
    > TCP w2k_machine:8080 XP_machine:3216 TIME_WAIT
    > TCP w2k_machine:8080 XP_machine:3217 TIME_WAIT
    > TCP w2k_machine:8080 XP_machine:3508 TIME_WAIT
    > TCP w2k_machine:8080 XP_machine:4098

    ESTABLISHED
    > UDP w2k_machine:microsoft-ds *:*
    > UDP w2k_machine:3001 *:*
    > UDP w2k_machine:3456 *:*
    > UDP w2k_machine:44337 *:*
    > UDP w2k_machine:domain *:*
    > UDP w2k_machine:bootps *:*
    > UDP w2k_machine:bootpc *:*
    > UDP w2k_machine:netbios-ns *:*
    > UDP w2k_machine:netbios-dgm *:*
    > UDP w2k_machine:netbios-ns *:*
    > UDP w2k_machine:netbios-dgm *:*
    >
    > How come so many ports are listening?
    > I'm running ICS on my w2k_machine, and my XP_machine connects through it.
    > I have a firewall installed.
    > But whyare all these ports listening?
    >
    > Can anyone help me out?I've turned off all the services on the machine

    that
    > i don't need.
    > I'm running a webserver, ftpserver, mailserver, webmail and a remote

    access
    > program. (ports: 21, 25, 80, 110, 443, 8080 - these should be the only

    open
    > ports)
    > I've disabled netbios on the outgoing NIC, my computer is all up-to-date
    > (windowsupdate).
    >
    > Any ideas?
    >
    > Thans in advance?
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
     
    R Green -WoWsat.com, Aug 18, 2003
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    kroesjnov Guest

    R Green -WoWsat.com wrote:
    > Port 8080 looks like a Linksys port that your computer is connected
    > to, but idle...


    Actually port 8080 is a proxy port.
    You can also see it is a local port (99% listed on the left), so this is
    probaly part of ICS (sounds logical).

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    kroesjnov, Aug 18, 2003
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