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Re: [vox] A web-based port scanner....?
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Re: [vox] A web-based port scanner....?

I don't know if the Shields Up web site will help. It
states that it it for windows testing, though it might
show something. I'm hesitant to start poking around
for tool like this at work.


--- "Richard S. Crawford" <rscrawford@mossroot.com>
> Back when I was setting up my home network, I
> frequently made use of a web-based port scanner to
> check security.  It was great: it would scan the
> system and send me a report via e-mail letting me
> know of open ports and other conditions to address. 
> Wasn't a perfect tool, of course, but a good
> starting place.
> I've lost the bookmark, and because a friend of mine
> informed me that there's an odd port open on my
> system which I can't seem to address with my
> firewall software, I'd like to check it again.
> Does anyone know the tool that I'm talking about? 
> Or something like it?
> -- 
> Sliante,
> Richard S. Crawford
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