Monitoring ports

Z Three Penguin z3penguin at z3penguin.com
Sun Mar 5 18:41:04 CET 2000


Is there any way to monitor a port without having to open it.  I wanted to
write a program to detect port scans and wanted to monitor the ports without
having it look like every single port is open, which is what would happen if
I opened all the ports with a socket.

Any Ideas?

-Z3Penguin

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