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comment Does having these ports open indicate any vulnerabilities?
Knowing if you are at risk is a real job you have to do. It's called a risk analysis. Software and protocols can be exploited etc. I have no basis to say if your system can be compromised or not just based on which ports are open on your system.
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answered Does having these ports open indicate any vulnerabilities?
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comment File Deletion & Recovery
By the wy this question looks like an homework assignement, and as such will most probably be closed.
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comment File Deletion & Recovery
@S.L.Barth new user can post images. They cannot however use more than 2 hyperlinks (which might include images). See security.stackexchange.com/help/privileges/new-user
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comment File Deletion & Recovery
Hi and welcome, the images cannot be self-explanatory, you should edit your post and explain in more detail what you want to do and where the security problem lays.
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revised File Deletion & Recovery
Added image as inline
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reviewed Looks OK Is it bad to have cameras using a static IP address?
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reviewed Close Data to be Logged in a Web Application
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reviewed Close Definition of security incident
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reviewed Close Are all SSL/TLS implementations vulnerable to the Heartbleed bug?
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reviewed Close Modern alternative for passwords
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reviewed Close Command & Control Server List
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reviewed Close Is Linux spying on its users?
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reviewed Leave Open Would allowing shorter passwords sometimes be more secure?
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reviewed Close Nmap does not detect Linux Mint
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reviewed Close Iptables and PSAD
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reviewed Close Using email as individual validation
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revised Abnormal SYN traffic from Blackhole DNS servers
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revised Random scanning or potential attack/recon?
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reviewed Close Is 100% anonymity possible with Tor under certain circumstances?