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Some issues with iptables and nmap
When I scan my pc with nmap I see only one open port. I didn't define any rule in iptables so if I'm not mistaken, all connections should be denied by default. However I can use HTTP or SSH, so that ...
Dec 11 '12 at 12:53
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