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    Default port scan anything weird here?

    Studying JavaEE and into all about sockets (Java Network Programming orielly)
    Did a port scan and looked into activity!

    Anything weird going on here?

    what is static3.cdn.ubi.com:4370


    bash-3.2# lsof -i :631
    COMMAND PID USER FD TYPE DEVICE SIZE/OFF NODE NAME
    launchd 1 root 18u IPv6 0x08a83e20 0t0 TCP localhost:ipp (LISTEN)
    launchd 1 root 19u IPv4 0x08a88b98 0t0 TCP static3.cdn.ubi.com:ipp (LISTEN)

    bash-3.2# lsof -i :3306
    COMMAND PID USER FD TYPE DEVICE SIZE/OFF NODE NAME
    mysqld 208 _mysql 10u IPv4 0x08a88788 0t0 TCP *:mysql (LISTEN)

    bash-3.2# lsof -i :4370
    COMMAND PID USER FD TYPE DEVICE SIZE/OFF NODE NAME
    SpotifyWe 430 willem 7u IPv4 0x08a88378 0t0 TCP static3.cdn.ubi.com:4370 (LISTEN)

    bash-3.2# lsof -i :4380
    COMMAND PID USER FD TYPE DEVICE SIZE/OFF NODE NAME
    SpotifyWe 430 willem 8u IPv4 0x08a87f68 0t0 TCP static3.cdn.ubi.com:4380 (LISTEN)

    bash-3.2# lsof -i :21872
    COMMAND PID USER FD TYPE DEVICE SIZE/OFF NODE NAME
    Skype 6931 willem 88u IPv4 0x0d88fb58 0t0 TCP *:21872 (LISTEN)
    Skype 6931 willem 90u IPv4 0x139db4a0 0t0 UDP *:21872
    Skype 6931 willem 92u IPv4 0x0c69af68 0t0 TCP 192.168.1.10:21872->208.red-213-96-29.staticip.rima-tde.net:ismaeasdaqlive (ESTABLISHED)
    Skype 6931 willem 98u IPv4 0x11d11b18 0t0 TCP 192.168.1.10:21872->static-242-98-63-95.ipcom.comunitel.net:53558 (ESTABLISHED)
    Skype 6931 willem 108u IPv4 0x1901a788 0t0 TCP 192.168.1.10:21872->63.red-83-40-194.dynamicip.rima-tde.net:54434 (ESTABLISHED)
    Skype 6931 willem 109u IPv4 0x0c6992f8 0t0 TCP 192.168.1.10:21872->85.219.52.204.dyn.user.ono.com:8987 (ESTABLISHED)
    bash-3.2#
    Last edited by willemjav; 04-16-2014 at 11:48 AM.

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    Default Re: port scan anything weird here?

    It shows you are running mysql, Spotify, Skype. Nothing to see here. If you are afraid the NSA is listening in on your network, don't worry, they already are. What are you afraid of? Do you know what you are looking at?
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    Default Re: port scan anything weird here?

    just learning and trying to understand what I am looking at, thanks
    The NSA back-door is at SUDO right?

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    Default Re: port scan anything weird here?

    static3.cdn.ubi.com:4370

    static.cdn = Content Delivery Network host
    ubi.com = UbiSoft
    4370 = the destination port.

    NSA backdoors are everywhere. sudo, su, top, lsof, kill, man, all of it.
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    Default Re: port scan anything weird here?

    The NSA can remotely connect through the water particles in the air man, I'm telling you. That's why they want cars to run on WATER.
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    Default Re: port scan anything weird here?

    NSA => NASA => NAZI, right?


    The truth behind the engine that runs on water

    Since water has it's two elements - hydrogen and oxygen - at their lowest possible energy state absent exposure of the oxygen to an alkaline metal, you cannot run an engine on water, and any chemist will tell you that. But it is possible to increase fuel economy by up to 8x by getting rid of intentionally stifled intake design while putting water in with the fuel, and THAT is the big buried secret.
    It should be possible to get a carbureted vehicle to show you the effect just by providing a water mist at the carburetor throat, but the above concept would need direct cylinder injection of water pre heated to 700 farenheit to be optimized.

    The concept is simple - once water hits 700 degrees farenheit, the steam pressure is 3,000 psi. This could easily blow the engine absent precise computer control we can now accomplish cheaply. The whole "water in a diesel will destroy it" meme has NOTHING to do with hydrolocking, though shills will say otherwise, it has to do with the fact that in a diesel the compression cycle causes extreme temperatures and will blow the engine up from steam pressure if sufficient water is taken in. That is how much power steam has, but if correctly harnessed and controlled, the steam produced by water injection could easily drive us far into the future.

    Absolutely no material in the world will provide more expansion than water, and expansion is what drives the engine. If you precisely regulated the water intake at the correct temperature with computerized control, it would allow you to get rid of the radiator and run close to 100 percent efficient because all the heat that goes out the exhaust and radiator would be turned into expansion from water vaporizing inside the engine, which would provide power rather than go to waste.

    The magic number for max steam pressure is an easily acheived 700 degrees farenheit. Water's expansion curve is not linear, it is exponential with temperature rise and 700 degree water, in liquid form as saturated steam, will provide 3000 PSI of pressure to drive the engine. That would blow it up if enough water was injected to maintain that pressure inside the cylinders. This is the holy grail of otto cycle efficiency, and don't fall for the shillage that speaks about hydrolocking, cylinder fracturing from temperature variances and piston degradation, BECAUSE:

    Hydrolocking would only happen if you incredibly severely over injected to such an extent I doubt it would be possible with any injector you would find, and temperature swings that would cause piston and cylinder degradation can be handled by ceramic coatings and pre heating the water to 700 farenheit with the exhaust manifold prior to injection. At 700 farenheit, water is saturated steam and will not provide cooling, so temperature swings and subsequent metal fatigue will be minimized if water is injected at that temperature. The only problems that would arise would be quenching the flame if too much water was injected, or over charging the engine with too much steam pressure from too much (but less than the aforementioned) water injection or overeheating the engine if you omitted the radiator and then injected 700 farenheit water. 600 farenheit would be a better target temperature for the water because half of the water's cooling potential is within that last 100 degrees. Then downsize the radiator and run the engine a little hotter with specialized coolants now widely in use.

    When all the cards are on the table, It is expansion, and ONLY EXPANSION which drives the engine, the big trick is how to optimize that expansion and increase efficiency. Computer controlled pre heated water injection into a ceramic coated combustion chamber is, according to simple chemistry and physics, the obvious #1 way to accomplish extra expansion and maximize efficiency

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    Default Re: port scan anything weird here?

    Quote Originally Posted by willemjav View Post
    NSA => NASA => NAZI, right?
    Godwin's law is in immediate effect.
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    Default Re: port scan anything weird here?

    ubi.com = UbiSoft, that's of my son, should I close the door on them?
    Ubisoft - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    What are they doing anyway on that port?

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    Default Re: port scan anything weird here?

    YEAAAAA God wins at the end, right?

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    Default Re: port scan anything weird here?

    Quote Originally Posted by willemjav View Post
    ubi.com = UbiSoft, that's of my son, should I close the door on them?
    Ubisoft - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    What are they doing anyway on that port?
    Something to do with uplay perhaps. Very interesting Java-related thread by the way.
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    Default Re: port scan anything weird here?

    It started for me like this:
    (so we are back home gimball2)
    Java Code:
    public class LowPortScanner {
    
      public static void main(String[] args) {
    
        String host = "localhost";
    
        if (args.length > 0) {
          host = args[0];
        }
        for (int i = 1; i < 1024; i++) {
          try {
            Socket s = new Socket(host, i);
            System.out.println(
             "There is a server on port " + i + " of " + host);
          }
          catch (UnknownHostException e) {
            System.err.println(e);
            break;
          }
          catch (IOException e) {
            // must not be a server on this port
          }
        } // end for
    
      }  // end main
    
    }  // end PortScanner

    Java Code:
    import java.net.*;
    import java.io.*;
    
    
    public class HighPortScanner {
    
      public static void main(String[] args) {
    
        String host = "localhost";
    
        if (args.length > 0) {
          host = args[0];
        }
    
        try {
          InetAddress theAddress = InetAddress.getByName(host);
          for (int i = 1024; i < 65536; i++) {
            try {
              Socket theSocket = new Socket(theAddress, i);
              System.out.println("There is a server on port " + i + " of " + host);
            }
            catch (IOException e) {
              // must not be a server on this port
            }
          } // end for
        } // end try
        catch (UnknownHostException e) {
          System.err.println(e);
        }
    
      }  // end main
    
    }  // end HighPortScanner
    Last edited by willemjav; 04-16-2014 at 12:39 PM.

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    Default Re: port scan anything weird here?

    Yes I understand that you were doing Java stuff when you decided to post your entirely java-unrelated question in this Java-centric forum.
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    Default Re: port scan anything weird here?

    my world always is and always will be java:

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    Default Re: port scan anything weird here?

    Quote Originally Posted by willemjav View Post
    YEAAAAA God wins at the end, right?
    Godwin's law - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches 1
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    Default Re: port scan anything weird here?

    I know, I know it was a "joke"

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