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Anonymous
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July 5, 2005 4:41:02 AM

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Hello,

Is there a way to know which services are using ports 22 HTTP,80 SSH and
7000 Remote Grab and how to close these ports?

Thanks
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SAAM

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July 5, 2005 7:37:09 PM

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"" wrote:
> Hello,
>
> Is there a way to know which services are using ports 22
> HTTP,80 SSH and
> 7000 Remote Grab and how to close these ports?
>
> Thanks
> --
> SAAM

You could use spybot, it’s equiped with a proces viewer whcih is much
better then taskmanger, it tells you much more, it tells you what
moduls the program has loded and so forth, but in this instance what
you want is the ability to see what ports a program is using, which
spybot dose, unfortunatly you will have to go though each proccess
individualy looking at the ports, but it’s better then nothing. And
you have your ports mixed up by the way, 80 is HTTP and 22 is SSH.
It’s probably your web browser using port 80, and unless your running
a command line based OS, i dont know why it would be listening on port
22, unless your running a listening ssh client.

Spybot: http://www.safer-networking.org/en/index.html

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Anonymous
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July 6, 2005 2:44:34 AM

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With Windows XP and newer, you can use the NETSTAT -ano command to tell
what services are listening for inbound connections on these ports. Fport /
Vision from www.foundstone.com/knowledge is another popular tool you can
download to do this. If you have a third party firewall software like
www.Kerio.com, www.Sygate.com or www.Zonealarm.com installed, these tend to
tell you this as well.

Once you know what is listening on those ports, to close them you would
probably want to figure out how to stop, disable and/or uninstall those
services. Or, if the service is necessary or important to you and you don't
want to disable it entirely, then use some sort of IP filtering, IPsec or
firewall such as the three free ones mentioned above to control what IP
addresses are permitted to access those ports.

If you meant you wanted to know what programs are accessing those ports
outbound, you would want to use and configure some sort of host-based
firewall software that does logging, such as the three free firewall
products listed above. You would need to set up a new rule that either
permits or denies and also logs access to those ports.


"SAAM" <SAAM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:D 7353D12-1D4A-4998-8917-C0B17F06A3A4@microsoft.com...
> Hello,
>
> Is there a way to know which services are using ports 22 HTTP,80 SSH and
> 7000 Remote Grab and how to close these ports?
>
> Thanks
> --
> SAAM
!