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    How can I see which ports are open when using some programs which opens a port?

    I wanna see which port the MSN use when sending/receiving files so is there any program which can do it?

  2. Software & Hardware   -   #2
    Use anti-trojan
    Anti-Trojan 5.5 is a powerful trojan scanner and remover which detects more than 9000 different types of trojan horses. It uses three methods to find them. The first is the portscan which gives you information if there are open ports on your computer. The second one is the registry scan which searches through the system registry database for trojans. The third and the most important part is the disk scan. It scans your harddisks for dangerous trojan files and removes them safely.
    http://www.anti-trojan.net/en/

  3. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    I didnīt want a anti-trojan program,I just wanted to know how I can see which port MSN messenger use to send/receive files but thanx anyway.

    Does anyone know which port it uses?

  4. Software & Hardware   -   #4
    Ok maybe this site will help you http://www.leader.ru/secure/who.html

  5. Software & Hardware   -   #5
    IP Portnumber Application
    389 : TCP MSN NetMeeting
    522 : TCP MSN NetMeeting
    1024 : UDP MSN NetMeeting (ports 1024 - 65535)
    1503 : TCP MSN NetMeeting (ports 1503 - 1564)
    1720 : TCP MSN NetMeeting
    1731 : TCP MSN NetMeeting
    1838 : TCP MSN Messenger (Gamevoice)
    1863 : TCP/UDP MSN Messenger
    2300 : TCP MSN Gaming Zone DX (ports 2300-2400)
    2880 : TCP MSN Gaming Zone (ports 2880-29000). Caution: all ports open will become a security problem!
    5190 : UDP MSN Messenger
    6667 : TCP MSN Gaming Zone
    6890 : TCP MSN Messenger Filetransfer (ports 6891 - 6900)
    6901 : TCP/UDP MSN Messenger (Voice Telephony)
    47624 : TCP MSN Gaming Zone DX

    those are the main ports used by msn

    there is a small utility out there called port pro that allows you to "see" what ports are beings used at any given time in real time..

    if i can remember its made by simtel..
    http://www.simtel.net/pub/dl/58890.html

    im pretty sure that acport12.zip is the file you need..

    hope this helps..

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    The answer to that question is simple................a tcp/udp port scanner. Everyone should have a port scanner. Run it on localhost or 127.0.0.1 to see what ports are running. You can find one just about anywhere. I use nmap for my linux boxes and superscan on windows boxes, you can get superscan from http://webattack.com but its only a tcp port scanner that should be all you need is tcp instead of tcp and udp.

  8. Software & Hardware   -   #8
    Originally posted by SETI_CruncherXy@2 June 2003 - 21:23
    IP Portnumber Application
    389 : TCP MSN NetMeeting
    522 : TCP MSN NetMeeting
    1024 : UDP MSN NetMeeting (ports 1024 - 65535)
    1503 : TCP MSN NetMeeting (ports 1503 - 1564)
    1720 : TCP MSN NetMeeting
    1731 : TCP MSN NetMeeting
    1838 : TCP MSN Messenger (Gamevoice)
    1863 : TCP/UDP MSN Messenger
    2300 : TCP MSN Gaming Zone DX (ports 2300-2400)
    2880 : TCP MSN Gaming Zone (ports 2880-29000). Caution: all ports open will become a security problem!
    5190 : UDP MSN Messenger
    6667 : TCP MSN Gaming Zone
    6890 : TCP MSN Messenger Filetransfer (ports 6891 - 6900)
    6901 : TCP/UDP MSN Messenger (Voice Telephony)
    47624 : TCP MSN Gaming Zone DX

    those are the main ports used by msn

    there is a small utility out there called port pro that allows you to "see" what ports are beings used at any given time in real time..

    if i can remember its made by simtel..
    http://www.simtel.net/pub/dl/58890.html

    im pretty sure that acport12.zip is the file you need..

    hope this helps..
    Thanx for the information,I will block port 6891 - 6900 and hopefully it will work

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