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Regarding open ports

>>>>> " Kamesh" == sankar magadevan <javalinux@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

     Kamesh> I hear of open ports are the means for someone(legally
     Kamesh> won't have access) to get in to our system.  What does
     Kamesh> open port mean?  Thanks in advance kamesh jayachandran

	Yes. http://www.insecure.org/ is what you want.
	Also look at insecure.org/nmap and read the info/FAQ of nmap,
how it works, blah blah...should answer *most* of your questions, I


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