[svlug] Port 1480, pacerfourm.
joey at kitenet.net
Wed May 31 15:40:52 PDT 2000
Chris Waters wrote:
> The portscan, which is on the outside looking in, can't tell what
> process actually owns a port.
It's worth noting that some port scanners do go a little further. For
instance, recent versions of strobe do this:
joey at gumdrop:~>strobe localhost
strobe 1.05 (c) 1995-1999 Julian Assange <proff at iq.org>.
localhost 13 daytime
-> Wed May 31 15:34:59 2000\r\n
localhost 37 time timserver
localhost 25 smtp mail
-> 220 gumdrop.su.varesearch.com ESMTP Exim 3.12 #1 Wed, 31 May 2000 15:34:59 -070
localhost 22 ssh # SSH Remote Login Protocol
Which is very handy when it gets up to high ports:
localhost 5556 unassigned unknown
-> version=3.3.2 uptime=8+05:43:56 audio-bits=16 audio-byte-order=littl
-> e-endian audio-channels=2 audio-device=/dev/dsp audio-format=linear-16 audio-fr
-> agsize=4096 audio-port=speaker,headphone,lineout audio-rate=10 audio-sample-rat
-> e=44100 volume=191 curr-rate=10 priority-threshold=0 audio-close=5 audio-device
see shy jo
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