SWare for Scanning Own Secutiry

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by Kuade, Jun 6, 2002.

  1. Kuade

    Kuade Guest

    Does anyone recommend a util for scanning my own ports to check for security holes/trojans.

    I'm using Tiny Personal Firewall 2.0.15 and it has picked up a lot of activity from the Dal.net servers. I dont use irc so can only assume I may have a Trojan somewhere. Theres also a lot of incoming TCP connection attempts from other servers.

    I run NAV 2002 and it hasnt picked anything up. I dloaded Swat It and have also run that, it doesnt find any trojans.

    Cheers.
     
  2. Ice-Freezer

    Ice-Freezer Guest

  3. Ice-Freezer

    Ice-Freezer Guest

    open up cmd.exe type netstat -a for more options netstat /?
     
  4. Iceman

    Iceman Moderator

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  5. WojtekF

    WojtekF Guest

    Kuade,
    Do you use any P2P software (Gnutella, Kazaa)?

    Wojtek
     
  6. Rigsta

    Rigsta OSNN Addict

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    Happens all the time. I used to get anywhere between 5 to 50 of these per day when I had Norton FW installed.

    (I need to find an XP-compat version of that, been too long with a FW...)
     
  7. Kuade

    Kuade Guest

    I dont use any P2P aps.
     
  8. marino

    marino Guest

    The best and most complete program to scan for security holes is Nessus (www.nessus.org). It not only does portscanning, but also looks for a large number of exploits. It does require access to a real operating system.