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Old 03-10-2004, 07:59 AM   #1
djcomplex
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nmap results


Been playing around with iptables trying to secure a machine of mine, aside from port 80 being open for http, how does the rest look stupid question i imagine but i thought that nmap didnt show closed ports so i dont quite understand these results

anyways hope someone has some pointers

thanks


Starting nmap 3.30 ( http://www.insecure.org/nmap/ ) at 2004-03-10 12:51 GMT
Interesting ports on hostname (0.0.0.0)
:
(The 1523 ports scanned but not shown below are in state: filtered)
Port State Service
80/tcp open http
7001/tcp closed afs3-callback
7002/tcp closed afs3-prserver
7003/tcp closed afs3-vlserver
7004/tcp closed afs3-kaserver
7005/tcp closed afs3-volser
7006/tcp closed afs3-errors
7007/tcp closed afs3-bos
7008/tcp closed afs3-update
7009/tcp closed afs3-rmtsys
7010/tcp closed ups-onlinet
7070/tcp closed realserver
7100/tcp closed font-service
7200/tcp closed fodms
7201/tcp closed dlip
7273/tcp closed openmanage
7326/tcp closed icb
7464/tcp closed pythonds
7597/tcp closed qaz
8000/tcp closed http-alt
8007/tcp closed ajp12
8009/tcp closed ajp13
8080/tcp closed http-proxy
8081/tcp closed blackice-icecap
8082/tcp closed blackice-alerts
8443/tcp closed https-alt
8888/tcp closed sun-answerbook
8892/tcp closed seosload
9090/tcp closed zeus-admin
9100/tcp closed jetdirect
9111/tcp closed DragonIDSConsole
9152/tcp closed ms-sql2000
9535/tcp closed man
9876/tcp closed sd
9991/tcp closed issa
9992/tcp closed issc
9999/tcp closed abyss
10000/tcp closed snet-sensor-mgmt
10005/tcp closed stel
10082/tcp closed amandaidx
10083/tcp closed amidxtape
11371/tcp closed pksd
12000/tcp closed cce4x
12345/tcp closed NetBus
12346/tcp closed NetBus
13701/tcp closed VeritasNetbackup
13702/tcp closed VeritasNetbackup
13705/tcp closed VeritasNetbackup
13706/tcp closed VeritasNetbackup
13708/tcp closed VeritasNetbackup
13709/tcp closed VeritasNetbackup
13710/tcp closed VeritasNetbackup
13711/tcp closed VeritasNetbackup
13712/tcp closed VeritasNetbackup
13713/tcp closed VeritasNetbackup
13714/tcp closed VeritasNetbackup
13715/tcp closed VeritasNetbackup
13716/tcp closed VeritasNetbackup
13717/tcp closed VeritasNetbackup
13718/tcp closed VeritasNetbackup
13720/tcp closed VeritasNetbackup
13721/tcp closed VeritasNetbackup
13722/tcp closed VeritasNetbackup
13782/tcp closed VeritasNetbackup
13783/tcp closed VeritasNetbackup
15126/tcp closed swgps
16959/tcp closed subseven
17007/tcp closed isode-dua
17300/tcp closed kuang2
18000/tcp closed biimenu
18181/tcp closed opsec_cvp
18182/tcp closed opsec_ufp
18183/tcp closed opsec_sam
18184/tcp closed opsec_lea
18185/tcp closed opsec_omi
18187/tcp closed opsec_ela
20005/tcp closed btx
22273/tcp closed wnn6
22289/tcp closed wnn6_Cn
22305/tcp closed wnn6_Kr
22321/tcp closed wnn6_Tw
22370/tcp closed hpnpd
26208/tcp closed wnn6_DS
27000/tcp closed flexlm0
27001/tcp closed flexlm1
27002/tcp closed flexlm2
27003/tcp closed flexlm3
27004/tcp closed flexlm4
27005/tcp closed flexlm5
27006/tcp closed flexlm6
27007/tcp closed flexlm7
27008/tcp closed flexlm8
27009/tcp closed flexlm9
27010/tcp closed flexlm10
27374/tcp closed subseven
27665/tcp closed Trinoo_Master
31337/tcp closed Elite
32770/tcp closed sometimes-rpc3
32771/tcp closed sometimes-rpc5
32772/tcp closed sometimes-rpc7
32773/tcp closed sometimes-rpc9
32774/tcp closed sometimes-rpc11
32775/tcp closed sometimes-rpc13
32776/tcp closed sometimes-rpc15
32777/tcp closed sometimes-rpc17
32778/tcp closed sometimes-rpc19
32779/tcp closed sometimes-rpc21
32780/tcp closed sometimes-rpc23
32786/tcp closed sometimes-rpc25
32787/tcp closed sometimes-rpc27
43188/tcp closed reachout
44334/tcp closed tinyfw
44442/tcp closed coldfusion-auth
44443/tcp closed coldfusion-auth
47557/tcp closed dbbrowse
49400/tcp closed compaqdiag
54320/tcp closed bo2k
61439/tcp closed netprowler-manager
61440/tcp closed netprowler-manager2
61441/tcp closed netprowler-sensor
65301/tcp closed pcanywhere

Nmap run completed -- 1 IP address (1 host up) scanned in 85.462 seconds
 
Old 03-10-2004, 11:55 AM   #2
johnnygun
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From my limited experience with Nmap, I believe you can interpret these results in the following way:

Since they are listed as TCP closed. It is indicating that these specific ports have been filtered and are therefore not available.
 
Old 03-20-2004, 02:38 PM   #3
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well idont have a reply for u but i do have a problem of my own when i start nmap i get a message which says not all options are available as u are not root so how do i become root when in graphical mode i cant seem to start nmap from a terminal i have version 3.50 any 1 got any ideas
 
Old 03-20-2004, 02:46 PM   #4
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You become root just as you would in any other terminal, by using the su - command and entering root's password when prompted. For a command line program like nmap, that should do the trick. If you need to run a graphical program, you probably need to run xhost localhost prior to becomign superuser so that su has access to your X environment.
 
  


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