Re: default iptables rules
On Sunday 16 September 2007 01:02:45 Jimmy Wu wrote:
Just a few more questions: I don't have any servers running that I know of,
but I do have samba installed - does that open any ports I should worry
Also, how do I find out what ports are open?
I tried a netstat -l and got a lot of output (which I've attached to the end)
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