Re: port 710 ?
Date: Thu, 7 Aug 2003 15:00:38 -0400
"Alessandro Perilli" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> nothing running on port 710 on my Win2003 Enterprise (default installation
> + IIS6.0).
> Maybe a 3rd party software?
Danger, danger Will Robinson. Could be a sign of hacking? Use Fport which
is free from www.foundstone.com/knowledge to see what if anything is
listening on that port, or use a free sniffer to see the content of those
packets, or install a firewall software such as www.sygate.com or
www.kerio.com to see what software program generated those packets [assuming
they are continuing].
Knowing the destination IP address and the other port number involved would
have been useful. You can look up the destination IP address at
Other things you could do to try to confirm or deny whether the computer is
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