Mar 162010
 
  • Incoming Server Settings
    Port
    IMAP without SSL – 143
    IMAP with SSL – 993
    POP without SSL – 110
    For POP with SSL – 995
    (Optional) This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL)
    Select to enable.
  • Outgoing Server Settings
    Port
    Without SSL – One of the following: 25, 80, 3535, 587
    With SSL – 465
    (Optional) This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL)
    Select to enable.

POP.SECURESERVER.NET

SMTPOUT.SECURESERVER.NET

Jan 112010
 

scan() {
case $1 in
tcp)
sudo nmap -sS -O -PI -PT $2 &
;;
tcpport)
sudo nmap -sS -O -p $2 -PI -PT $3 &
;;
udp)
sudo nmap -sU -O -PI -PT $2 &
;;
udpport)
sudo nmap -sU -O -p $2 -PI -PT $3 &
;;
portrange)
sudo nmap -sS -O -p $2 -PI -PT $3 &
;;
wireless)
iwlist wlan0 scanning
;;
gui)
sudo nmapfe &
;;
pingsweep)
sudo nmap -sP -PI -PT $2
;;
*)
Message=”Usage: scan udp hostname | scan tcp 123.45.67.89 | scan gui | scan udpport 20 ipaddress | scan portrange 1-500 hostname | wireless |scan pingsweep 123.45.67.1-254″
echo $Message
;;
esac
}

Jan 052010
 

Ports.txt

@echo off
REM This script will show what TCP and UDP ports are listening and show what programs are listening on

those ports.
REM Just match the PID (Process ID’s) to find out what programs are using the ports.
REM The ports will be listed above the dashed line and the programs will be listed below.

@echo Open ports and running applications for %computername% > %SystemDrive%\%computername%.txt
cd \ & netstat -ano >> %SystemDrive%\%computername%.txt
@echo.>> %SystemDrive%\%computername%.txt
@echo.>> %SystemDrive%\%computername%.txt
@echo “———————————————————————————” >> %SystemDrive%\%computername%.txt
@echo “——————programs that are listening are listed below——————-” >> %SystemDrive%\%computername%.txt
@echo “———————————————————————————” >> %SystemDrive%\%computername%.txt

tasklist /svc >> %SystemDrive%\%computername%.txt
notepad %SystemDrive%\%computername%.txt
REM find /I “Listening” %SystemDrive%\%computername%.txt >> %SystemDrive%\%computername%.Listening.txt
REM find /I “Established” %SystemDrive%\%computername%.txt >> %SystemDrive%\%computername%.Established.txt
REM find /I “Listening” %SystemDrive%\%computername%.txt >>

\\servername\sharename\%computername%.Listening.txt
REM find /I “Established” %SystemDrive%\%computername%.txt >>

\\servername\sharename\%computername%.Established.txt
REM End of Script
REM Robert Holland