adept_manager opens UDP port 1024/1026/1028 - why non-local?
hobbsee at kubuntu.org
Fri Jun 1 13:08:46 BST 2007
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Forwarding to kubuntu-devel, as they deal with adept.
Franz Apeltauer wrote:
> when adept_manager 2.1.2ubuntu26 is active, "netstat -tulpen" shows,
> that it opens port 1024, 1026 or 1028 (changes with every startup of
> It does not only bind to localhost. I can connect to it from an other
> PC, eg. with netcat. If I send garbage to that port, I see a short hard
> disk access on the PC running adept_manager (maybe just a coincidence).
> A packet sniffer shows me, that there is no answer from adept_manager.
> Google could not tell me, why this port must be open. Probably there is
> a good reason for it. Is it a feature or a bug or even a security leak
> (unnecessary open port)?
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