so i have some ports

Posted by: SEC Surtr

so i have some ports - 08/17/03 01:43 PM

My freind and I are learning about computers right now and I found some open ports on his computer (particularly 1214-kazaa i believe) but anyways I've alot referring to using these ports for fun stuff but I can't find anything specific enough-maybe I have'nt read enough or something but i have been reading alot- but anyways does anyone have some stuff to do when you find open ports?
Posted by: sinetific

Re: so i have some ports - 08/17/03 08:47 PM

for kazaa, open up your web browser and type in http://:1214
example http://127.0.0.1:1214 this works for anyone running kazaa with out a firewall.
Posted by: Scalli0n

Re: so i have some ports - 08/18/03 05:11 AM

Read almost every page linked off this page:

http://members.tripod.com/~VBKumar/networking.html

And you will:
a) Learn about ports
b) Learn how to have fun with them
and finally
c) Answer about the next 40 questions you would probably have asked.

And PS, install FreeBSD/Linux and all the fun will be easier and more enjoyable!
Posted by: SEC Surtr

Re: so i have some ports - 08/19/03 03:59 AM

cool and thx for the help
Posted by: Ice

Re: so i have some ports - 08/29/03 12:27 PM

heres another great link i found
It lists the port, the Vulnerabilities and the attacks that are used for that port.

heres the link :

http://isc.incidents.org/port_details.ht...=40&Redraw=

Theres a little box at the top left corner where u can put the port # you want the info about
Posted by: paradox

Re: so i have some ports - 08/31/03 07:18 PM

If you want to find out what program is running the port check out (atstakes)-fport http://www.atstake.com
It will link every program that binds a port to the port
A lil snippet from my box
"660 svchost -> 135 UDP C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe
4 System -> 445 UDP
704 svchost -> 500 UDP C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe"