network – What happens when attacker scan a IP that is used by multiple devices?

Assuming ISP gives only 1 external IP and you have few devices that use this IP. So you will have a router and few PC’s with same external IP and different local IP. When all PC’s are online and one of them are vulnerable to EternalBlue, Bluekeep or something else. When attacker scans external IP. Will he see that IP is vulnerable even in case if only one PC is vulnerable or it will scan only router IP? Or it will scan only one device that has this IP?

lightning network – How to set up LndHub on top of RaspiBolt ir RaspiBlitz?

The RaspiBlitz is running LND. So, when you look at https://github.com/BlueWallet/LndHub, you will find that you only need to install Redis and then you can set up LndHub.io as in their documentation:

git clone git@github.com:BlueWallet/LndHub.git
cd LndHub
npm i

Install bitcoind, lnd and redis. Edit config.js and set it up correctly. Copy admin.macaroon and tls.cert in root folder of LndHub.

You can do all of that via ssh on your RaspiBlitz.

physics – What is transmitted over the network during multiplayer first person shooter games?

In games like Half-Life 2, Team Fortress 2 etc, when you play against other players online, your local game communicates with a game server.

If you’ve built one of these games, what sort of information is sent by your local game to the game server, and what sort of information is sent to you by the game server?

I recall reading that in Team Fortress 2, the computer tracks the trajectory of every projectile including every bullet, rocket. It seems like that would generate a tsunami of messages, yet my game works reasonably well over distinctly average broadband.

I’ve noticed gaps in the magician’s curtain when severe lag occurs. Sometimes other players “teleport”; they’re not where I think they are. Other times, I can peer around a corner and be killed when there’s no-one there; except shortly after I see the other victorious player.

So roughly, what is being communicated over the network to create the illusion of real time.

I’m generally interested in simulation games but have never built one. I’m just trying to get a feel for how it’s done.

If you could direct me to other articles to read about all of this, that’d be great.

Let’s start with

  • The position x, y, z, speed, and direction of every player.
  • Player switches weapon
  • Player fires/stop firing.

network – HOSTS file & Little Snitch

LS 3.8.2, MacOS 10.13.6 (I’m in ‘music’, slowly updating).
It’s great having the option to modify the HOSTS file, but with Little Snitch installed it is not read.
(I know the hosts file is not read because I can visit the ‘banned’ domains in the modified HOSTS file).

How do I adjust Little Snitch so the HOSTS file is read by Safari 13.1.1?

network monitoring – distinguish us.archive.ubuntu.com downtime from DNS issue

Between approximately this time:

Fri Jul  3 19:31:00 UTC 2020

and approximately this time:

Fri Jul  3 20:31:00 UTC 2020

I couldn’t install any packages from us.archive.ubuntu.com,
but otherwise my connection was fine.

$ sudo apt install --reinstall k4dirstat
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree       
Reading state information... Done
0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 1 reinstalled, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
Need to get 230 kB of archives.
After this operation, 0 B of additional disk space will be used.
Err:1 http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu bionic/universe amd64 k4dirstat amd64 3.1.3-1
  Cannot initiate the connection to us.archive.ubuntu.com:80 (2001:67c:1562::15). - connect (101: Network is unreachable) Cannot initiate the connection to us.archive.ubuntu.com:80 (2001:67c:1562::18). - connect (101: Network is unreachable)
E: Failed to fetch http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/k/k4dirstat/k4dirstat_3.1.3-1_amd64.deb  Cannot initiate the connection to us.archive.ubuntu.com:80 (2001:67c:1562::15). - connect (101: Network is unreachable) Cannot initiate the connection to us.archive.ubuntu.com:80 (2001:67c:1562::18). - connect (101: Network is unreachable)
E: Unable to fetch some archives, maybe run apt-get update or try with --fix-missing?

That’s over an hour of downtime,
but there wasn’t anything on the Canonical status page.

Jul 3, 2020

No incidents reported today

https://status.canonical.com/

I can’t replicate the problem anymore,
but here is the output of several commands during the interruption:

$ ping -c 5 us.archive.ubuntu.com
connect: Network is unreachable
$ host -v us.archive.ubuntu.com
Trying "us.archive.ubuntu.com"
;; ->>HEADER<<- opcode: QUERY, status: NOERROR, id: 6730
;; flags: qr rd ra; QUERY: 1, ANSWER: 0, AUTHORITY: 0, ADDITIONAL: 0

;; QUESTION SECTION:
;us.archive.ubuntu.com.     IN  A

Received 39 bytes from 127.0.0.53#53 in 0 ms
Trying "us.archive.ubuntu.com"
;; ->>HEADER<<- opcode: QUERY, status: NOERROR, id: 7987
;; flags: qr rd ra; QUERY: 1, ANSWER: 2, AUTHORITY: 0, ADDITIONAL: 0

;; QUESTION SECTION:
;us.archive.ubuntu.com.     IN  AAAA

;; ANSWER SECTION:
us.archive.ubuntu.com.  60  IN  AAAA    2001:67c:1562::15
us.archive.ubuntu.com.  60  IN  AAAA    2001:67c:1562::18

Received 95 bytes from 127.0.0.53#53 in 25 ms
Trying "us.archive.ubuntu.com"
;; ->>HEADER<<- opcode: QUERY, status: NOERROR, id: 31711
;; flags: qr rd ra; QUERY: 1, ANSWER: 0, AUTHORITY: 0, ADDITIONAL: 0

;; QUESTION SECTION:
;us.archive.ubuntu.com.     IN  MX

Received 39 bytes from 127.0.0.53#53 in 23 ms
$ dig us.archive.ubuntu.com

; <<>> DiG 9.11.3-1ubuntu1.12-Ubuntu <<>> us.archive.ubuntu.com
;; global options: +cmd
;; Got answer:
;; ->>HEADER<<- opcode: QUERY, status: NOERROR, id: 18603
;; flags: qr rd ra; QUERY: 1, ANSWER: 0, AUTHORITY: 0, ADDITIONAL: 1

;; OPT PSEUDOSECTION:
; EDNS: version: 0, flags:; udp: 65494
;; QUESTION SECTION:
;us.archive.ubuntu.com.     IN  A

;; Query time: 0 msec
;; SERVER: 127.0.0.53#53(127.0.0.53)
;; WHEN: Fri Jul 03 16:10:01 EDT 2020
;; MSG SIZE  rcvd: 50

$ systemd-resolve us.archive.ubuntu.com
us.archive.ubuntu.com: resolve call failed: 'us.archive.ubuntu.com' does not have any RR of the requested type
$ nslookup us.archive.ubuntu.com
Server:     127.0.0.53
Address:    127.0.0.53#53

Non-authoritative answer:
Name:   us.archive.ubuntu.com
Address: 2001:67c:1562::15
Name:   us.archive.ubuntu.com
Address: 2001:67c:1562::18

$ wget --no-proxy --spider us.archive.ubuntu.com
Spider mode enabled. Check if remote file exists.
--2020-07-03 16:11:52--  http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/
Resolving us.archive.ubuntu.com (us.archive.ubuntu.com)... 2001:67c:1562::15, 2001:67c:1562::18
Connecting to us.archive.ubuntu.com (us.archive.ubuntu.com)|2001:67c:1562::15|:80... failed: Network is unreachable.
Connecting to us.archive.ubuntu.com (us.archive.ubuntu.com)|2001:67c:1562::18|:80... failed: Network is unreachable.

and after the interruption:

$ ping -c 5 us.archive.ubuntu.com
PING ubuntu.com (91.189.88.180) 56(84) bytes of data.
64 bytes from cactuar.canonical.com (91.189.88.180): icmp_seq=1 ttl=56 time=75.1 ms
64 bytes from cactuar.canonical.com (91.189.88.180): icmp_seq=2 ttl=56 time=129 ms
64 bytes from cactuar.canonical.com (91.189.88.180): icmp_seq=3 ttl=56 time=82.9 ms
64 bytes from cactuar.canonical.com (91.189.88.180): icmp_seq=4 ttl=56 time=76.4 ms
64 bytes from cactuar.canonical.com (91.189.88.180): icmp_seq=5 ttl=56 time=79.7 ms

--- ubuntu.com ping statistics ---
5 packets transmitted, 5 received, 0% packet loss, time 4003ms
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 75.176/88.823/129.794/20.661 ms
$ host -v us.archive.ubuntu.com
Trying "us.archive.ubuntu.com"
;; ->>HEADER<<- opcode: QUERY, status: NOERROR, id: 20309
;; flags: qr rd ra; QUERY: 1, ANSWER: 2, AUTHORITY: 0, ADDITIONAL: 0

;; QUESTION SECTION:
;us.archive.ubuntu.com.     IN  A

;; ANSWER SECTION:
us.archive.ubuntu.com.  3   IN  A   91.189.91.39
us.archive.ubuntu.com.  3   IN  A   91.189.91.38

Received 71 bytes from 127.0.0.53#53 in 2 ms
Trying "us.archive.ubuntu.com"
;; ->>HEADER<<- opcode: QUERY, status: NOERROR, id: 15398
;; flags: qr rd ra; QUERY: 1, ANSWER: 2, AUTHORITY: 0, ADDITIONAL: 0

;; QUESTION SECTION:
;us.archive.ubuntu.com.     IN  AAAA

;; ANSWER SECTION:
us.archive.ubuntu.com.  4   IN  AAAA    2001:67c:1562::18
us.archive.ubuntu.com.  4   IN  AAAA    2001:67c:1562::15

Received 95 bytes from 127.0.0.53#53 in 1 ms
Trying "us.archive.ubuntu.com"
;; ->>HEADER<<- opcode: QUERY, status: NOERROR, id: 8865
;; flags: qr rd ra; QUERY: 1, ANSWER: 0, AUTHORITY: 0, ADDITIONAL: 0

;; QUESTION SECTION:
;us.archive.ubuntu.com.     IN  MX

Received 39 bytes from 127.0.0.53#53 in 86 ms
$ dig us.archive.ubuntu.com

; <<>> DiG 9.11.3-1ubuntu1.12-Ubuntu <<>> us.archive.ubuntu.com
;; global options: +cmd
;; Got answer:
;; ->>HEADER<<- opcode: QUERY, status: NOERROR, id: 37941
;; flags: qr rd ra; QUERY: 1, ANSWER: 2, AUTHORITY: 0, ADDITIONAL: 1

;; OPT PSEUDOSECTION:
; EDNS: version: 0, flags:; udp: 65494
;; QUESTION SECTION:
;us.archive.ubuntu.com.     IN  A

;; ANSWER SECTION:
us.archive.ubuntu.com.  17  IN  A   91.189.91.39
us.archive.ubuntu.com.  17  IN  A   91.189.91.38

;; Query time: 0 msec
;; SERVER: 127.0.0.53#53(127.0.0.53)
;; WHEN: Fri Jul 03 16:53:02 EDT 2020
;; MSG SIZE  rcvd: 82

$ systemd-resolve us.archive.ubuntu.com
us.archive.ubuntu.com: 91.189.91.38
                       91.189.91.39

-- Information acquired via protocol DNS in 84.5ms.
-- Data is authenticated: no
$ nslookup us.archive.ubuntu.com
Server:     127.0.0.53
Address:    127.0.0.53#53

Non-authoritative answer:
Name:   us.archive.ubuntu.com
Address: 91.189.91.39
Name:   us.archive.ubuntu.com
Address: 91.189.91.38
Name:   us.archive.ubuntu.com
Address: 2001:67c:1562::18
Name:   us.archive.ubuntu.com
Address: 2001:67c:1562::15

$ wget --no-proxy --spider us.archive.ubuntu.com
Spider mode enabled. Check if remote file exists.
--2020-07-03 16:52:41--  http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/
Resolving us.archive.ubuntu.com (us.archive.ubuntu.com)... 91.189.91.39, 91.189.91.38, 2001:67c:1562::18, ...
Connecting to us.archive.ubuntu.com (us.archive.ubuntu.com)|91.189.91.39|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: unspecified (text/html)
Remote file exists and could contain further links,
but recursion is disabled -- not retrieving.

My questions:

  • Was this due to Ubuntu server downtime, some kind of transient DNS problem from my ISP, or something else entirely?

  • In case of future interruptions, how should I distinguish Ubuntu server downtime from a DNS problem?

  • Is there a place I can go to check the status of a subdomain like us.archive.ubuntu.com?

wireless – Network icon is not displayed in tray, and no WiFi networks displayed

I am running Ubuntu 18.04.4

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX:~$ lsb_release -a
LSB Version:    core-9.20170808ubuntu1-noarch:printing-9.20170808ubuntu1-noarch:security-9.20170808ubuntu1-noarch
Distributor ID: Ubuntu
Description:    Ubuntu 18.04.4 LTS
Release:    18.04
Codename:   bionic

I read another question, “Ubuntu 18.04 WiFi Networks are not displaying even though there are 3 nearby”, on AskUbuntu and tried the solution there. It did not work. I still have no visible networks under WiFi settings. Additionally, I have no network icon on my tray. I am, however, connected to my 5GHz WiFi Network on channel 165.

These are the current responses to the commands asked in that post:

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX:~$ lspci -nnk | grep 0280 -A3
04:00.0 Network controller (0280): Intel Corporation Wireless 7260 (8086:08b1) (rev 73)
    Subsystem: Intel Corporation Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 (8086:4070)
    Kernel driver in use: iwlwifi
    Kernel modules: iwlwifi

And

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX:~$ sudo iwlist chan
    eth0      no frequency information.

wlan0     32 channels in total; available frequencies :
          Channel 01 : 2.412 GHz
          Channel 02 : 2.417 GHz
          Channel 03 : 2.422 GHz
          Channel 04 : 2.427 GHz
          Channel 05 : 2.432 GHz
          Channel 06 : 2.437 GHz
          Channel 07 : 2.442 GHz
          Channel 08 : 2.447 GHz
          Channel 09 : 2.452 GHz
          Channel 10 : 2.457 GHz
          Channel 11 : 2.462 GHz
          Channel 36 : 5.18 GHz
          Channel 40 : 5.2 GHz
          Channel 44 : 5.22 GHz
          Channel 48 : 5.24 GHz
          Channel 52 : 5.26 GHz
          Channel 56 : 5.28 GHz
          Channel 60 : 5.3 GHz
          Channel 64 : 5.32 GHz
          Channel 100 : 5.5 GHz
          Channel 104 : 5.52 GHz
          Channel 108 : 5.54 GHz
          Channel 112 : 5.56 GHz
          Channel 116 : 5.58 GHz
          Channel 120 : 5.6 GHz
          Channel 124 : 5.62 GHz
          Channel 128 : 5.64 GHz
          Channel 132 : 5.66 GHz
          Channel 136 : 5.68 GHz
          Channel 140 : 5.7 GHz
          Channel 144 : 5.72 GHz
          Channel 149 : 5.745 GHz
          Current Frequency:5.825 GHz

lo        no frequency information.

And

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX:~$ sudo iw reg get
global
country US: DFS-FCC
    (2402 - 2472 @ 40), (N/A, 30), (N/A)
    (5170 - 5250 @ 80), (N/A, 23), (N/A), AUTO-BW
    (5250 - 5330 @ 80), (N/A, 23), (0 ms), DFS, AUTO-BW
    (5490 - 5730 @ 160), (N/A, 23), (0 ms), DFS
    (5735 - 5835 @ 80), (N/A, 30), (N/A)
    (57240 - 63720 @ 2160), (N/A, 40), (N/A)

And

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX:~$ nmcli dev wifi list
IN-USE  SSID  MODE  CHAN  RATE  SIGNAL  BARS  SECURITY

This is an annoyance, but not a major issue, unless I take the laptop somewhere else.

networking – CentOS 8 network on boot

I’m running CentOS 8, every time I reboot the network does not start until I log in to the system.

I’ve checked the NetworkManager and the autoconnect is set to yes.

connection.autoconnect:                 yes

In network-scripts/ifcfg-ens192 the followings settings are

TYPE=Ethernet
PROXY_METHOD=none
BROWSER_ONLY=no
BOOTPROTO=dhcp
DEFROUTE=yes
IPV4_FAILURE_FATAL=no
IPV6INIT=no
IPV6_AUTOCONF=yes
IPV6_DEFROUTE=yes
IPV6_FAILURE_FATAL=no
IPV6_ADDR_GEN_MODE=stable-privacy
NAME=ens192
UUID=0b36cba5-01ed-4c38-a373-1a928301b982
DEVICE=ens192
ONBOOT=yes

Is there a way for the network to start on boot instead having to log in?

network – Should I buy a Hardware Firewall for my Time Capsule 4th Gen Router?

For my home network, I am still using the Time Capsule 4th Generation Router, from 2011.

I realized that I may have underestimated the security of this device, as it apparently does not have a Firewall – it only has NAT.

I am concerned about the security aspect, since my Time Capsule is connected immediately to my apartment building’s fiber optic network, which provides Internet access.

Behind the Time Capsule, I have several computers with software firewalls, and iOS devices which I assume also have software firewalls. I have recently added some Philips Hue IOT devices.

I am not proficient enough in networks, to know how good protection the Time Capsule and NAT offers.

Question

Is it advisable for me to buy a Hardware Firewall to complement the Time Capsule for security reasons – especially when having some IOT devices?

About getting a new router

I haven’t been planning to buy a new router with better security features or integrated firewall, just yet, because I’ve been holding out in anticipation of getting a new MacBook Pro with Wi-Fi 6 probably within the next 2–3 years.

So I would ideally keep my Time Capsule for a while longer.

However, if Hardware Firewalls are hardly worth it for home users, I would perhaps consider getting a Wi-Fi 6 Router solution already – even though I can’t use Wi-Fi 6 yet – if there are any ones available that also provide good security features or at least a basic firewall.

network – Find only well-known ports with nmap

I would like to use nmap to find which services run on the well-known ports of a computer in my local network.
I tried using nmap -p1-1024 192.168.1.1 but this command displays all ports from 1-1024:

PORT     STATE   SERVICE
1/tcp    unknown tcpmux
2/tcp    unknown compressnet
3/tcp    unknown compressnet
4/tcp    unknown unknown
5/tcp    unknown rje
6/tcp    unknown unknown
7/tcp    unknown echo
8/tcp    unknown unknown
9/tcp    unknown discard
10/tcp   unknown unknown
11/tcp   unknown systat
12/tcp   unknown unknown
13/tcp   unknown daytime
14/tcp   unknown unknown
15/tcp   unknown netstat
16/tcp   unknown unknown
17/tcp   unknown qotd
18/tcp   unknown msp
19/tcp   unknown chargen
20/tcp   unknown ftp-data
21/tcp   unknown ftp
22/tcp   unknown ssh
23/tcp   unknown telnet
24/tcp   unknown priv-mail
25/tcp   unknown smtp
26/tcp   unknown rsftp
27/tcp   unknown nsw-fe
28/tcp   unknown unknown
29/tcp   unknown msg-icp
30/tcp   unknown unknown
31/tcp   unknown msg-auth
32/tcp   unknown unknown
33/tcp   unknown dsp
34/tcp   unknown unknown
35/tcp   unknown priv-print
36/tcp   unknown unknown
37/tcp   unknown time
38/tcp   unknown rap
39/tcp   unknown rlp
40/tcp   unknown unknown
41/tcp   unknown graphics
42/tcp   unknown nameserver
43/tcp   unknown whois
44/tcp   unknown mpm-flags
45/tcp   unknown mpm
46/tcp   unknown mpm-snd
47/tcp   unknown ni-ftp
48/tcp   unknown auditd
49/tcp   unknown tacacs
50/tcp   unknown re-mail-ck
51/tcp   unknown la-maint
52/tcp   unknown xns-time
53/tcp   unknown domain
54/tcp   unknown xns-ch
55/tcp   unknown isi-gl
56/tcp   unknown xns-auth
57/tcp   unknown priv-term
58/tcp   unknown xns-mail
59/tcp   unknown priv-file
60/tcp   unknown unknown
61/tcp   unknown ni-mail
62/tcp   unknown acas
63/tcp   unknown via-ftp
64/tcp   unknown covia
65/tcp   unknown tacacs-ds
66/tcp   unknown sqlnet
67/tcp   unknown dhcps
68/tcp   unknown dhcpc
69/tcp   unknown tftp
70/tcp   unknown gopher
71/tcp   unknown netrjs-1
72/tcp   unknown netrjs-2
73/tcp   unknown netrjs-3
74/tcp   unknown netrjs-4
75/tcp   unknown priv-dial
76/tcp   unknown deos
77/tcp   unknown priv-rje
78/tcp   unknown vettcp
79/tcp   unknown finger
80/tcp   unknown http
81/tcp   unknown hosts2-ns
82/tcp   unknown xfer
83/tcp   unknown mit-ml-dev
84/tcp   unknown ctf
85/tcp   unknown mit-ml-dev
86/tcp   unknown mfcobol
87/tcp   unknown priv-term-l
88/tcp   unknown kerberos-sec
89/tcp   unknown su-mit-tg
90/tcp   unknown dnsix
91/tcp   unknown mit-dov
92/tcp   unknown npp
93/tcp   unknown dcp
94/tcp   unknown objcall
95/tcp   unknown supdup
96/tcp   unknown dixie
97/tcp   unknown swift-rvf
98/tcp   unknown linuxconf
99/tcp   unknown metagram
100/tcp  unknown newacct
101/tcp  unknown hostname
102/tcp  unknown iso-tsap
103/tcp  unknown gppitnp
104/tcp  unknown acr-nema
105/tcp  unknown csnet-ns
106/tcp  unknown pop3pw
107/tcp  unknown rtelnet
108/tcp  unknown snagas
109/tcp  unknown pop2
110/tcp  unknown pop3
111/tcp  unknown rpcbind
112/tcp  unknown mcidas
113/tcp  unknown ident
114/tcp  unknown audionews
115/tcp  unknown sftp
116/tcp  unknown ansanotify
117/tcp  unknown uucp-path
118/tcp  unknown sqlserv
119/tcp  unknown nntp
120/tcp  unknown cfdptkt
121/tcp  unknown erpc
122/tcp  unknown smakynet
123/tcp  unknown ntp
124/tcp  unknown ansatrader
125/tcp  unknown locus-map
126/tcp  unknown unitary
127/tcp  unknown locus-con
128/tcp  unknown gss-xlicen
129/tcp  unknown pwdgen
130/tcp  unknown cisco-fna
131/tcp  unknown cisco-tna
132/tcp  unknown cisco-sys
133/tcp  unknown statsrv
134/tcp  unknown ingres-net
135/tcp  unknown msrpc
136/tcp  unknown profile
137/tcp  unknown netbios-ns
138/tcp  unknown netbios-dgm
139/tcp  unknown netbios-ssn
140/tcp  unknown emfis-data
141/tcp  unknown emfis-cntl
142/tcp  unknown bl-idm
143/tcp  unknown imap
144/tcp  unknown news
145/tcp  unknown uaac
146/tcp  unknown iso-tp0
147/tcp  unknown iso-ip
148/tcp  unknown cronus
149/tcp  unknown aed-512
150/tcp  unknown sql-net
151/tcp  unknown hems
152/tcp  unknown bftp
153/tcp  unknown sgmp
154/tcp  unknown netsc-prod
155/tcp  unknown netsc-dev
156/tcp  unknown sqlsrv
157/tcp  unknown knet-cmp
158/tcp  unknown pcmail-srv
159/tcp  unknown nss-routing
160/tcp  unknown sgmp-traps
161/tcp  unknown snmp
162/tcp  unknown snmptrap
163/tcp  unknown cmip-man
164/tcp  unknown cmip-agent
165/tcp  unknown xns-courier
166/tcp  unknown s-net
167/tcp  unknown namp
168/tcp  unknown rsvd
169/tcp  unknown send
170/tcp  unknown print-srv
171/tcp  unknown multiplex
172/tcp  unknown cl-1
173/tcp  unknown xyplex-mux
174/tcp  unknown mailq
175/tcp  unknown vmnet
176/tcp  unknown genrad-mux
177/tcp  unknown xdmcp
178/tcp  unknown nextstep
179/tcp  unknown bgp
180/tcp  unknown ris
181/tcp  unknown unify
182/tcp  unknown audit
183/tcp  unknown ocbinder
184/tcp  unknown ocserver
185/tcp  unknown remote-kis
186/tcp  unknown kis
187/tcp  unknown aci
188/tcp  unknown mumps
189/tcp  unknown qft
190/tcp  unknown gacp
191/tcp  unknown prospero
192/tcp  unknown osu-nms
193/tcp  unknown srmp
194/tcp  unknown irc
195/tcp  unknown dn6-nlm-aud
196/tcp  unknown dn6-smm-red
197/tcp  unknown dls
198/tcp  unknown dls-mon
199/tcp  unknown smux
200/tcp  unknown src
201/tcp  unknown at-rtmp
202/tcp  unknown at-nbp
203/tcp  unknown at-3
204/tcp  unknown at-echo
205/tcp  unknown at-5
206/tcp  unknown at-zis
207/tcp  unknown at-7
208/tcp  unknown at-8
209/tcp  unknown tam
210/tcp  unknown z39.50
211/tcp  unknown 914c-g
212/tcp  unknown anet
213/tcp  unknown ipx
214/tcp  unknown vmpwscs
215/tcp  unknown softpc
216/tcp  unknown atls
217/tcp  unknown dbase
218/tcp  unknown mpp
219/tcp  unknown uarps
220/tcp  unknown imap3
221/tcp  unknown fln-spx
222/tcp  unknown rsh-spx
223/tcp  unknown cdc
224/tcp  unknown masqdialer
225/tcp  unknown unknown
226/tcp  unknown unknown
227/tcp  unknown unknown
228/tcp  unknown unknown
229/tcp  unknown unknown
230/tcp  unknown unknown
231/tcp  unknown unknown
232/tcp  unknown unknown
233/tcp  unknown unknown
234/tcp  unknown unknown
235/tcp  unknown unknown
236/tcp  unknown unknown
237/tcp  unknown unknown
238/tcp  unknown unknown
239/tcp  unknown unknown
240/tcp  unknown unknown
241/tcp  unknown unknown
242/tcp  unknown direct
243/tcp  unknown sur-meas
244/tcp  unknown dayna
245/tcp  unknown link
246/tcp  unknown dsp3270
247/tcp  unknown subntbcst_tftp
248/tcp  unknown bhfhs
249/tcp  unknown unknown
250/tcp  unknown unknown
251/tcp  unknown unknown
252/tcp  unknown unknown
253/tcp  unknown unknown
254/tcp  unknown unknown
255/tcp  unknown unknown
256/tcp  unknown fw1-secureremote
257/tcp  unknown fw1-mc-fwmodule
258/tcp  unknown fw1-mc-gui
259/tcp  unknown esro-gen
260/tcp  unknown openport
261/tcp  unknown nsiiops
262/tcp  unknown arcisdms
263/tcp  unknown hdap
264/tcp  unknown bgmp
265/tcp  unknown maybe-fw1
266/tcp  unknown sst
267/tcp  unknown td-service
268/tcp  unknown td-replica
269/tcp  unknown manet
270/tcp  unknown gist
271/tcp  unknown pt-tls
272/tcp  unknown unknown
273/tcp  unknown unknown
274/tcp  unknown unknown
275/tcp  unknown unknown
276/tcp  unknown unknown
277/tcp  unknown unknown
278/tcp  unknown unknown
279/tcp  unknown unknown
280/tcp  unknown http-mgmt
281/tcp  unknown personal-link
282/tcp  unknown cableport-ax
283/tcp  unknown rescap
284/tcp  unknown corerjd
285/tcp  unknown unknown
286/tcp  unknown fxp
287/tcp  unknown k-block
288/tcp  unknown unknown
289/tcp  unknown unknown
290/tcp  unknown unknown
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308/tcp  unknown novastorbakcup
309/tcp  unknown entrusttime
310/tcp  unknown bhmds
311/tcp  unknown asip-webadmin
312/tcp  unknown vslmp
313/tcp  unknown magenta-logic
314/tcp  unknown opalis-robot
315/tcp  unknown dpsi
316/tcp  unknown decauth
317/tcp  unknown zannet
318/tcp  unknown pkix-timestamp
319/tcp  unknown ptp-event
320/tcp  unknown ptp-general
321/tcp  unknown pip
322/tcp  unknown rtsps
323/tcp  unknown rpki-rtr
324/tcp  unknown rpki-rtr-tls
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344/tcp  unknown pdap
345/tcp  unknown pawserv
346/tcp  unknown zserv
347/tcp  unknown fatserv
348/tcp  unknown csi-sgwp
349/tcp  unknown mftp
350/tcp  unknown matip-type-a
351/tcp  unknown matip-type-b
352/tcp  unknown dtag-ste-sb
353/tcp  unknown ndsauth
354/tcp  unknown bh611
355/tcp  unknown datex-asn
356/tcp  unknown cloanto-net-1
357/tcp  unknown bhevent
358/tcp  unknown shrinkwrap
359/tcp  unknown tenebris_nts
360/tcp  unknown scoi2odialog
361/tcp  unknown semantix
362/tcp  unknown srssend
363/tcp  unknown rsvp_tunnel
364/tcp  unknown aurora-cmgr
365/tcp  unknown dtk
366/tcp  unknown odmr
367/tcp  unknown mortgageware
368/tcp  unknown qbikgdp
369/tcp  unknown rpc2portmap
370/tcp  unknown codaauth2
371/tcp  unknown clearcase
372/tcp  unknown ulistserv
373/tcp  unknown legent-1
374/tcp  unknown legent-2
375/tcp  unknown hassle
376/tcp  unknown nip
377/tcp  unknown tnETOS
378/tcp  unknown dsETOS
379/tcp  unknown is99c
380/tcp  unknown is99s
381/tcp  unknown hp-collector
382/tcp  unknown hp-managed-node
383/tcp  unknown hp-alarm-mgr
384/tcp  unknown arns
385/tcp  unknown ibm-app
386/tcp  unknown asa
387/tcp  unknown aurp
388/tcp  unknown unidata-ldm
389/tcp  unknown ldap
390/tcp  unknown uis
391/tcp  unknown synotics-relay
392/tcp  unknown synotics-broker
393/tcp  unknown dis
394/tcp  unknown embl-ndt
395/tcp  unknown netcp
396/tcp  unknown netware-ip
397/tcp  unknown mptn
398/tcp  unknown kryptolan
399/tcp  unknown iso-tsap-c2
400/tcp  unknown work-sol
401/tcp  unknown ups
402/tcp  unknown genie
403/tcp  unknown decap
404/tcp  unknown nced
405/tcp  unknown ncld
406/tcp  unknown imsp
407/tcp  unknown timbuktu
408/tcp  unknown prm-sm
409/tcp  unknown prm-nm
410/tcp  unknown decladebug
411/tcp  unknown rmt
412/tcp  unknown synoptics-trap
413/tcp  unknown smsp
414/tcp  unknown infoseek
415/tcp  unknown bnet
416/tcp  unknown silverplatter
417/tcp  unknown onmux
418/tcp  unknown hyper-g
419/tcp  unknown ariel1
420/tcp  unknown smpte
421/tcp  unknown ariel2
422/tcp  unknown ariel3
423/tcp  unknown opc-job-start
424/tcp  unknown opc-job-track
425/tcp  unknown icad-el
426/tcp  unknown smartsdp
427/tcp  unknown svrloc
428/tcp  unknown ocs_cmu
429/tcp  unknown ocs_amu
430/tcp  unknown utmpsd
431/tcp  unknown utmpcd
432/tcp  unknown iasd
433/tcp  unknown nnsp
434/tcp  unknown mobileip-agent
435/tcp  unknown mobilip-mn
436/tcp  unknown dna-cml
437/tcp  unknown comscm
438/tcp  unknown dsfgw
439/tcp  unknown dasp
440/tcp  unknown sgcp
441/tcp  unknown decvms-sysmgt
442/tcp  unknown cvc_hostd
443/tcp  unknown https
444/tcp  unknown snpp
445/tcp  unknown microsoft-ds
446/tcp  unknown ddm-rdb
447/tcp  unknown ddm-dfm
448/tcp  unknown ddm-ssl
449/tcp  unknown as-servermap
450/tcp  unknown tserver
451/tcp  unknown sfs-smp-net
452/tcp  unknown sfs-config
453/tcp  unknown creativeserver
454/tcp  unknown contentserver
455/tcp  unknown creativepartnr
456/tcp  unknown macon
457/tcp  unknown scohelp
458/tcp  unknown appleqtc
459/tcp  unknown ampr-rcmd
460/tcp  unknown skronk
461/tcp  unknown datasurfsrv
462/tcp  unknown datasurfsrvsec
463/tcp  unknown alpes
464/tcp  unknown kpasswd5
465/tcp  unknown smtps
466/tcp  unknown digital-vrc
467/tcp  unknown mylex-mapd
468/tcp  unknown photuris
469/tcp  unknown rcp
470/tcp  unknown scx-proxy
471/tcp  unknown mondex
472/tcp  unknown ljk-login
473/tcp  unknown hybrid-pop
474/tcp  unknown tn-tl-w1
475/tcp  unknown tcpnethaspsrv
476/tcp  unknown tn-tl-fd1
477/tcp  unknown ss7ns
478/tcp  unknown spsc
479/tcp  unknown iafserver
480/tcp  unknown loadsrv
481/tcp  unknown dvs
482/tcp  unknown bgs-nsi
483/tcp  unknown ulpnet
484/tcp  unknown integra-sme
485/tcp  unknown powerburst
486/tcp  unknown sstats
487/tcp  unknown saft
488/tcp  unknown gss-http
489/tcp  unknown nest-protocol
490/tcp  unknown micom-pfs
491/tcp  unknown go-login
492/tcp  unknown ticf-1
493/tcp  unknown ticf-2
494/tcp  unknown pov-ray
495/tcp  unknown intecourier
496/tcp  unknown pim-rp-disc
497/tcp  unknown retrospect
498/tcp  unknown siam
499/tcp  unknown iso-ill
500/tcp  unknown isakmp
501/tcp  unknown stmf
502/tcp  unknown mbap
503/tcp  unknown intrinsa
504/tcp  unknown citadel
505/tcp  unknown mailbox-lm
506/tcp  unknown ohimsrv
507/tcp  unknown crs
508/tcp  unknown xvttp
509/tcp  unknown snare
510/tcp  unknown fcp
511/tcp  unknown passgo
512/tcp  unknown exec
513/tcp  unknown login
514/tcp  unknown shell
515/tcp  unknown printer
516/tcp  unknown videotex
517/tcp  unknown talk
518/tcp  unknown ntalk
519/tcp  unknown utime
520/tcp  unknown efs
521/tcp  unknown ripng
522/tcp  unknown ulp
523/tcp  unknown ibm-db2
524/tcp  unknown ncp
525/tcp  unknown timed
526/tcp  unknown tempo
527/tcp  unknown stx
528/tcp  unknown custix
529/tcp  unknown irc
530/tcp  unknown courier
531/tcp  unknown conference
532/tcp  unknown netnews
533/tcp  unknown netwall
534/tcp  unknown mm-admin
535/tcp  unknown iiop
536/tcp  unknown opalis-rdv
537/tcp  unknown nmsp
538/tcp  unknown gdomap
539/tcp  unknown apertus-ldp
540/tcp  unknown uucp
541/tcp  unknown uucp-rlogin
542/tcp  unknown commerce
543/tcp  unknown klogin
544/tcp  unknown kshell
545/tcp  unknown ekshell
546/tcp  unknown dhcpv6-client
547/tcp  unknown dhcpv6-server
548/tcp  unknown afp
549/tcp  unknown idfp
550/tcp  unknown new-rwho
551/tcp  unknown cybercash
552/tcp  unknown deviceshare
553/tcp  unknown pirp
554/tcp  unknown rtsp
555/tcp  unknown dsf
556/tcp  unknown remotefs
557/tcp  unknown openvms-sysipc
558/tcp  unknown sdnskmp
559/tcp  unknown teedtap
560/tcp  unknown rmonitor
561/tcp  unknown monitor
562/tcp  unknown chshell
563/tcp  unknown snews
564/tcp  unknown 9pfs
565/tcp  unknown whoami
566/tcp  unknown streettalk
567/tcp  unknown banyan-rpc
568/tcp  unknown ms-shuttle
569/tcp  unknown ms-rome
570/tcp  unknown meter
571/tcp  unknown umeter
572/tcp  unknown sonar
573/tcp  unknown banyan-vip
574/tcp  unknown ftp-agent
575/tcp  unknown vemmi
576/tcp  unknown ipcd
577/tcp  unknown vnas
578/tcp  unknown ipdd
579/tcp  unknown decbsrv
580/tcp  unknown sntp-heartbeat
581/tcp  unknown bdp
582/tcp  unknown scc-security
583/tcp  unknown philips-vc
584/tcp  unknown keyserver
585/tcp  unknown imap4-ssl
586/tcp  unknown password-chg
587/tcp  unknown submission
588/tcp  unknown cal
589/tcp  unknown eyelink
590/tcp  unknown tns-cml
591/tcp  unknown http-alt
592/tcp  unknown eudora-set
593/tcp  unknown http-rpc-epmap
594/tcp  unknown tpip
595/tcp  unknown cab-protocol
596/tcp  unknown smsd
597/tcp  unknown ptcnameservice
598/tcp  unknown sco-websrvrmg3
599/tcp  unknown acp
600/tcp  unknown ipcserver
601/tcp  unknown syslog-conn
602/tcp  unknown xmlrpc-beep
603/tcp  unknown mnotes
604/tcp  unknown tunnel
605/tcp  unknown soap-beep
606/tcp  unknown urm
607/tcp  unknown nqs
608/tcp  unknown sift-uft
609/tcp  unknown npmp-trap
610/tcp  unknown npmp-local
611/tcp  unknown npmp-gui
612/tcp  unknown hmmp-ind
613/tcp  unknown hmmp-op
614/tcp  unknown sshell
615/tcp  unknown sco-inetmgr
616/tcp  unknown sco-sysmgr
617/tcp  unknown sco-dtmgr
618/tcp  unknown dei-icda
619/tcp  unknown compaq-evm
620/tcp  unknown sco-websrvrmgr
621/tcp  unknown escp-ip
622/tcp  unknown collaborator
623/tcp  unknown oob-ws-http
624/tcp  unknown cryptoadmin
625/tcp  unknown apple-xsrvr-admin
626/tcp  unknown apple-imap-admin
627/tcp  unknown passgo-tivoli
628/tcp  unknown qmqp
629/tcp  unknown 3com-amp3
630/tcp  unknown rda
631/tcp  unknown ipp
632/tcp  unknown bmpp
633/tcp  unknown servstat
634/tcp  unknown ginad
635/tcp  unknown rlzdbase
636/tcp  unknown ldapssl
637/tcp  unknown lanserver
638/tcp  unknown mcns-sec
639/tcp  unknown msdp
640/tcp  unknown entrust-sps
641/tcp  unknown repcmd
642/tcp  unknown esro-emsdp
643/tcp  unknown sanity
644/tcp  unknown dwr
645/tcp  unknown pssc
646/tcp  unknown ldp
647/tcp  unknown dhcp-failover
648/tcp  unknown rrp
649/tcp  unknown cadview-3d
650/tcp  unknown obex
651/tcp  unknown ieee-mms
652/tcp  unknown hello-port
653/tcp  unknown repscmd
654/tcp  unknown aodv
655/tcp  unknown tinc
656/tcp  unknown spmp
657/tcp  unknown rmc
658/tcp  unknown tenfold
659/tcp  unknown unknown
660/tcp  unknown mac-srvr-admin
661/tcp  unknown hap
662/tcp  unknown pftp
663/tcp  unknown purenoise
664/tcp  unknown secure-aux-bus
665/tcp  unknown sun-dr
666/tcp  unknown doom
667/tcp  unknown disclose
668/tcp  unknown mecomm
669/tcp  unknown meregister
670/tcp  unknown vacdsm-sws
671/tcp  unknown vacdsm-app
672/tcp  unknown vpps-qua
673/tcp  unknown cimplex
674/tcp  unknown acap
675/tcp  unknown dctp
676/tcp  unknown vpps-via
677/tcp  unknown vpp
678/tcp  unknown ggf-ncp
679/tcp  unknown mrm
680/tcp  unknown entrust-aaas
681/tcp  unknown entrust-aams
682/tcp  unknown xfr
683/tcp  unknown corba-iiop
684/tcp  unknown corba-iiop-ssl
685/tcp  unknown mdc-portmapper
686/tcp  unknown hcp-wismar
687/tcp  unknown asipregistry
688/tcp  unknown realm-rusd
689/tcp  unknown nmap
690/tcp  unknown vatp
691/tcp  unknown resvc
692/tcp  unknown hyperwave-isp
693/tcp  unknown connendp
694/tcp  unknown ha-cluster
695/tcp  unknown ieee-mms-ssl
696/tcp  unknown rushd
697/tcp  unknown uuidgen
698/tcp  unknown olsr
699/tcp  unknown accessnetwork
700/tcp  unknown epp
701/tcp  unknown lmp
702/tcp  unknown iris-beep
703/tcp  unknown unknown
704/tcp  unknown elcsd
705/tcp  unknown agentx
706/tcp  unknown silc
707/tcp  unknown borland-dsj
708/tcp  unknown unknown
709/tcp  unknown entrustmanager
710/tcp  unknown entrust-ash
711/tcp  unknown cisco-tdp
712/tcp  unknown tbrpf
713/tcp  unknown iris-xpc
714/tcp  unknown iris-xpcs
715/tcp  unknown iris-lwz
716/tcp  unknown pana
717/tcp  unknown unknown
718/tcp  unknown unknown
719/tcp  unknown unknown
720/tcp  unknown unknown
721/tcp  unknown unknown
722/tcp  unknown unknown
723/tcp  unknown omfs
724/tcp  unknown unknown
725/tcp  unknown unknown
726/tcp  unknown unknown
727/tcp  unknown unknown
728/tcp  unknown unknown
729/tcp  unknown netviewdm1
730/tcp  unknown netviewdm2
731/tcp  unknown netviewdm3
732/tcp  unknown unknown
733/tcp  unknown unknown
734/tcp  unknown unknown
735/tcp  unknown unknown
736/tcp  unknown unknown
737/tcp  unknown unknown
738/tcp  unknown unknown
739/tcp  unknown unknown
740/tcp  unknown netcp
741/tcp  unknown netgw
742/tcp  unknown netrcs
743/tcp  unknown unknown
744/tcp  unknown flexlm
745/tcp  unknown unknown
746/tcp  unknown unknown
747/tcp  unknown fujitsu-dev
748/tcp  unknown ris-cm
749/tcp  unknown kerberos-adm
750/tcp  unknown kerberos
751/tcp  unknown kerberos_master
752/tcp  unknown qrh
753/tcp  unknown rrh
754/tcp  unknown krb_prop
755/tcp  unknown unknown
756/tcp  unknown unknown
757/tcp  unknown unknown
758/tcp  unknown nlogin
759/tcp  unknown con
760/tcp  unknown krbupdate
761/tcp  unknown kpasswd
762/tcp  unknown quotad
763/tcp  unknown cycleserv
764/tcp  unknown omserv
765/tcp  unknown webster
766/tcp  unknown unknown
767/tcp  unknown phonebook
768/tcp  unknown unknown
769/tcp  unknown vid
770/tcp  unknown cadlock
771/tcp  unknown rtip
772/tcp  unknown cycleserv2
773/tcp  unknown submit
774/tcp  unknown rpasswd
775/tcp  unknown entomb
776/tcp  unknown wpages
777/tcp  unknown multiling-http
778/tcp  unknown unknown
779/tcp  unknown unknown
780/tcp  unknown wpgs
781/tcp  unknown hp-collector
782/tcp  unknown hp-managed-node
783/tcp  unknown spamassassin
784/tcp  unknown unknown
785/tcp  unknown unknown
786/tcp  unknown concert
787/tcp  unknown qsc
788/tcp  unknown unknown
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794/tcp  unknown unknown
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796/tcp  unknown unknown
797/tcp  unknown unknown
798/tcp  unknown unknown
799/tcp  unknown controlit
800/tcp  unknown mdbs_daemon
801/tcp  unknown device
802/tcp  unknown mbap-s
803/tcp  unknown unknown
804/tcp  unknown unknown
805/tcp  unknown unknown
806/tcp  unknown unknown
807/tcp  unknown unknown
808/tcp  unknown ccproxy-http
809/tcp  unknown unknown
810/tcp  unknown fcp-udp
811/tcp  unknown unknown
812/tcp  unknown unknown
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825/tcp  unknown unknown
826/tcp  unknown unknown
827/tcp  unknown unknown
828/tcp  unknown itm-mcell-s
829/tcp  unknown pkix-3-ca-ra
830/tcp  unknown netconf-ssh
831/tcp  unknown netconf-beep
832/tcp  unknown netconfsoaphttp
833/tcp  unknown netconfsoapbeep
834/tcp  unknown unknown
835/tcp  unknown unknown
836/tcp  unknown unknown
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838/tcp  unknown unknown
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840/tcp  unknown unknown
841/tcp  unknown unknown
842/tcp  unknown unknown
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844/tcp  unknown unknown
845/tcp  unknown unknown
846/tcp  unknown unknown
847/tcp  unknown dhcp-failover2
848/tcp  unknown gdoi
849/tcp  unknown unknown
850/tcp  unknown unknown
851/tcp  unknown unknown
852/tcp  unknown unknown
853/tcp  unknown domain-s
854/tcp  unknown dlep
855/tcp  unknown unknown
856/tcp  unknown unknown
857/tcp  unknown unknown
858/tcp  unknown unknown
859/tcp  unknown unknown
860/tcp  unknown iscsi
861/tcp  unknown owamp-control
862/tcp  unknown twamp-control
863/tcp  unknown unknown
864/tcp  unknown unknown
865/tcp  unknown unknown
866/tcp  unknown unknown
867/tcp  unknown unknown
868/tcp  unknown unknown
869/tcp  unknown unknown
870/tcp  unknown unknown
871/tcp  unknown supfilesrv
872/tcp  unknown unknown
873/tcp  unknown rsync
874/tcp  unknown unknown
875/tcp  unknown unknown
876/tcp  unknown unknown
877/tcp  unknown unknown
878/tcp  unknown unknown
879/tcp  unknown unknown
880/tcp  unknown unknown
881/tcp  unknown unknown
882/tcp  unknown unknown
883/tcp  unknown unknown
884/tcp  unknown unknown
885/tcp  unknown unknown
886/tcp  unknown iclcnet-locate
887/tcp  unknown iclcnet_svinfo
888/tcp  unknown accessbuilder
889/tcp  unknown unknown
890/tcp  unknown unknown
891/tcp  unknown unknown
892/tcp  unknown unknown
893/tcp  unknown unknown
894/tcp  unknown unknown
895/tcp  unknown unknown
896/tcp  unknown unknown
897/tcp  unknown unknown
898/tcp  unknown sun-manageconsole
899/tcp  unknown unknown
900/tcp  unknown omginitialrefs
901/tcp  unknown samba-swat
902/tcp  unknown iss-realsecure
903/tcp  unknown iss-console-mgr
904/tcp  unknown unknown
905/tcp  unknown unknown
906/tcp  unknown unknown
907/tcp  unknown unknown
908/tcp  unknown unknown
909/tcp  unknown unknown
910/tcp  unknown kink
911/tcp  unknown xact-backup
912/tcp  unknown apex-mesh
913/tcp  unknown apex-edge
914/tcp  unknown unknown
915/tcp  unknown unknown
916/tcp  unknown unknown
917/tcp  unknown unknown
918/tcp  unknown unknown
919/tcp  unknown unknown
920/tcp  unknown unknown
921/tcp  unknown unknown
922/tcp  unknown unknown
923/tcp  unknown unknown
924/tcp  unknown unknown
925/tcp  unknown unknown
926/tcp  unknown unknown
927/tcp  unknown unknown
928/tcp  unknown unknown
929/tcp  unknown unknown
930/tcp  unknown unknown
931/tcp  unknown unknown
932/tcp  unknown unknown
933/tcp  unknown unknown
934/tcp  unknown unknown
935/tcp  unknown unknown
936/tcp  unknown unknown
937/tcp  unknown unknown
938/tcp  unknown unknown
939/tcp  unknown unknown
940/tcp  unknown unknown
941/tcp  unknown unknown
942/tcp  unknown unknown
943/tcp  unknown unknown
944/tcp  unknown unknown
945/tcp  unknown unknown
946/tcp  unknown unknown
947/tcp  unknown unknown
948/tcp  unknown unknown
949/tcp  unknown unknown
950/tcp  unknown oftep-rpc
951/tcp  unknown unknown
952/tcp  unknown unknown
953/tcp  unknown rndc
954/tcp  unknown unknown
955/tcp  unknown unknown
956/tcp  unknown unknown
957/tcp  unknown unknown
958/tcp  unknown unknown
959/tcp  unknown unknown
960/tcp  unknown unknown
961/tcp  unknown unknown
962/tcp  unknown unknown
963/tcp  unknown unknown
964/tcp  unknown unknown
965/tcp  unknown unknown
966/tcp  unknown unknown
967/tcp  unknown unknown
968/tcp  unknown unknown
969/tcp  unknown unknown
970/tcp  unknown unknown
971/tcp  unknown unknown
972/tcp  unknown unknown
973/tcp  unknown unknown
974/tcp  unknown unknown
975/tcp  unknown securenetpro-sensor
976/tcp  unknown unknown
977/tcp  unknown unknown
978/tcp  unknown unknown
979/tcp  unknown unknown
980/tcp  unknown unknown
981/tcp  unknown unknown
982/tcp  unknown unknown
983/tcp  unknown unknown
984/tcp  unknown unknown
985/tcp  unknown unknown
986/tcp  unknown unknown
987/tcp  unknown unknown
988/tcp  unknown unknown
989/tcp  unknown ftps-data
990/tcp  unknown ftps
991/tcp  unknown nas
992/tcp  unknown telnets
993/tcp  unknown imaps
994/tcp  unknown ircs
995/tcp  unknown pop3s
996/tcp  unknown xtreelic
997/tcp  unknown maitrd
998/tcp  unknown busboy
999/tcp  unknown garcon
1000/tcp unknown cadlock
1001/tcp unknown webpush
1002/tcp unknown windows-icfw
1003/tcp unknown unknown
1004/tcp unknown unknown
1005/tcp unknown unknown
1006/tcp unknown unknown
1007/tcp unknown unknown
1008/tcp unknown ufsd
1009/tcp unknown unknown
1010/tcp unknown surf
1011/tcp unknown unknown
1012/tcp unknown unknown
1013/tcp unknown unknown
1014/tcp unknown unknown
1015/tcp unknown unknown
1016/tcp unknown unknown
1017/tcp unknown unknown
1018/tcp unknown unknown
1019/tcp unknown unknown
1020/tcp unknown unknown
1021/tcp unknown exp1
1022/tcp unknown exp2
1023/tcp unknown netvenuechat
1024/tcp unknown kdm

Is there any way to display all ports from 1 to 1024 but without those that have Service: unknown?

Decentralized, open source, auto moderated social network project

been thinking for a while and i get the need to spread this idea on the net, hoping it will reach the right person. I myself know nothing about programing.

Decentralized, open source, nonprofit, auto democratically moderated, ad and algorithm free, censorship resilient and privacy safe social network project.

-p2p based (freenet?)

P2p is, as far as I know, the best solution for resilience and censorship protected

-non profit

As an open source, it will be owned by the earth community. In this case, no need for ads.

-open source

The open source community is required to maintain and add new features, even doing the code from scratch.

-Change in the code or added new features must be approved by a randomly selected sample of the moderators community by referendum

When the open source community gets along for proposing a new feature, it will be proposed to a randomly selected sample of the community as the form of a referendum. If the referendum result in a majority of approbation, it will be added in an update. If not, it will be discarded.

-To be part of the moderating community, a profile must be accepted by a randomly selected sample of the pre-existing moderators community by referendum. The goal here is mainly to protect young people from having to see unmoderated unclasified shocking content.

-Algorithm replaced by a randomly selected sample of the moderators community

This is the real revolutionary part. New subjects will be sent randomly to consenting users (that will be willing to moderate) for them to vote for which category it should be put in, and maybe give clues on the subject or political orientation (Examples: sex pics, no politic orientation// Politic content, far right propaganda// Hoax busting needed, private corporation “Monsanto” communication// People, Provided by CNN// Family pictures, no politic orientation// Food recipes, lifestyle ect ect….). After a number of concording votes (500/1000/5000?) it will appear on the specific category feed IN ORDER OF APPARENCE (no algorithms).

-Friends feature

An unlimited number of friends can be added by reciprocal acceptance. A special category feed will display subject posted by your friends IN ORDER OF APPARENCE (no algorithms) with sub category? (ex: people//politics//lifestyle ect ect…)

-Following features

An unlimited number of following can be added with no condition, if the user has accepted this feature. A special category feed will display subject posted by your followed account IN ORDER OF APPARENCE (no algorithms), with sub category? (ex: people//politics//lifestyle ect ect…)

-The moderation must try to avoid to much proportion of friends or followers when polling, to avoid subjectivity or bias in the results.

-The only censorship possible is to be classified in some obscure category (ex: scam//verified hoax//sex pics ect…) so this platform will have sensible content, but you will consult the category at your own risk and informed of the content as a user.

Have to be sorted:

-System to protect minors from certain categories

-System to determine if an account is fake or minor owned

-Limiting flood of fake moderator accounts that will statistically promote a certain type of content.

-Privacy protection

Thx for reading.