Mystery Ports Suddenly Appear?

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Just did a scan for some other reason, and I see that all devices on my
network are now exposing ports 3128 and 8080.

8080 is legit for my 24-7 box ("GIGA"), but that's all.

viz: http://tinyurl.com/lzqj4qu

Some bug in NetScan?

Hacked?
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Pete Cresswell

Re: Mystery Ports Suddenly Appear?

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Just checked the router's Port Forwarding table and it looks like is
should - i.e. 8080 only gets forwarded to the 24-7 box and 3128 does not
get forwarded to anything.

Sounds like we're back to something weird in NetScan...

??
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Pete Cresswell

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3128 is normally used for the squid proxy program. 8080 is usually an
alternate web server.

If they are not forwarded by the router, they will still be accessible
 from within the lan.

Try pointing a web browser to one of them, like http://10.0.0.20:8088
and see what, if any, response shows up.

Regards, Dave Hodgins

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As far as the internet knows then, port 3128 is only accessable locally.

Here are specific details for port 3128. you may wanna check to see what you  
have running. This could be normal, depending on your network configuration.

http://www.speedguide.net/port.php?port=3128


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