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the comand netstat -a
gives me a port *.21946 that is in LISTEN. This port is acting like a WEB Server. I would like to know WHICH process has created this socket.
My problem is that my WEB Server asks TWO TIMES the authentication for password protected directories. Once for the correct port and a second time for this "Zombie" Port.
Any help will be apreciated
Thank You very much
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which web server? what operating system?  what happens when you
point you web browser at http://your.host:21946/
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I dont think you can unless theres a shareware prog that'll do it check your portmapper config and spawning scripts for the http server as this is listening for nothing i presume
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