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    If you have a *nix box, a quick and dirty way to get this NFO is to view the /etc/services file.

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    Here is a port list from ISS:

    http://www.iss.net/security_center/a...xploits/Ports/

    Note quite as exhaustive as some of the others, but a the ports are listed in order.

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    Great post . Very usefull information. I have a site (very usefull because it give you information about each one) that has frequently seen TCP and UDP http://www.parkerpc.com/reference/trojanports.html ENJOY!!!. I can see you worked very hard on this, AWESOME Post. . Am looking forward in seeing you post again.
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    Originally posted here by thehorse13
    If you have a *nix box, a quick and dirty way to get this NFO is to view the /etc/services file.

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    I was just getting ready to post that.

    You can also find these in Windows... but not all of them are in there.
    When you install a new program, it will modify this file if the service is not already listed.

    That can be found in

    9x/ME
    %systemdrive%\%systemroot%\services

    example C:\WINDOWS\SERVICES

    NT/2k/XP

    %systemdrive%\%systemroot%\system32\drivers\etc\services
    (for some reason... the formatting on this line is messed up and I can't fix it...)
    example C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\ETC\SERVICES

    You can view these without editing them...
    from command prompt..

    c:> type c:\winnt\system32\drivers\etc\services | more

    yada yada yada...
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    how can we block the ports running on the server... ..

    I use nmap to scan for open ports... it shows various ports like eg 10235.. now hw do i block this port.......

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    There is a neat little help file out there somewhere I forget the link but if I find it i'll post, the filenames are: portref1.zip & portref2.zip. These contain a neat .chm help file that is a port lookup and port reference. find these if you need a good ref to ports.
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