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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Here's a nice tip for Linux:

    netstat -lpt

    An easy to remember combination of switches that means “list listen sockets”, “print the name and PID of the corresponding process”, and “TCP sockets only”, respectively. The -p for showing the process names is the trick here of course. Then you just go grepping init scripts.

    • That beats netstat -a | less by a bit. The problem for me, though, is sorting through all of those processes (and FC3 seems to have added some new ones), deciding which are really important. Why do I have an nfslock process without nfs? Do I really need rpc stuff? (Probably No.) Etc.

      That's the problem with picking this stuff up every few years rather than weekly or monthly. (Other than periodically installing updates, which I do, having learning the hard way that even if I ignore an openssh exploit, som