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I installed Linux Mint 14 for the first time and everything went very smoothly. Now I want to know what ports are open on my system. There is a Firewall Configuration tool which is empty. I like the "prevent everything by default unless explicitly allowed" policy.
Also, I want to prevent one user on the system accessing other user's data. What is the best way to implement this policy on Linux Mint?
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diode wrote:I want to know what ports are open on my system.
. Click 'Proceed', then click 'All Service Ports'.
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diode wrote:Now I want to know what ports are open on my system. There is a Firewall Configuration tool which is empty.
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sudo netstat -ntuple
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