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    Default Question about the ports?

    I'm new in wifi hacking and I wanna ask you something.

    I'm having many opened ports and I want to know how to close it ...


    Thanks!!!!

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    Err, i guess.
    Nmap and find out which port is open for the specific service and turn the service off. Some of it is needed.

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    Use netstat to find out which application is responsible for the open ports and stop it.
    Tiocfaidh ár lá

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    oh yeah, i forgotten that nmap can't scan itself. xxclusive try this,

    How To:

    To get a list of running services you can execute the following command: chkconfig –list | grep on
    To disable a running service you can execute the command: chkconfig service name off
    Then you should stop this service from running by executing: /etc/init.d/service stop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xxclusive View Post
    I'm new in wifi hacking and I wanna ask you something.

    I'm having many opened ports and I want to know how to close it ...


    Thanks!!!!
    Might be a good idea to tell us a little bit more about your Operating System.
    The name for starters would be excellent.
    To be successful here you should read all of the following.
    ForumRules
    ForumFAQ
    If you are new to Back|Track
    Back|Track Wiki
    Failure to do so will probably get your threads deleted or worse.

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    Bro, but netstat work for BT4 and windows i thought?

    Btw, have you heard about the XML exploits?

    " XML Exploits are Next "

    "Hackers are moving up the stack to the application level," says Neil MacDonald.

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