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Last Modified: 2013-12-23
When I do a netstat command I see several established
connections on my box.  I allowed a kid full access (big
mistake) so he could do a bot.  I find that as superuser and
logged in remote I cannot do a reboot.  How can I kill these
connections off ?
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Not all connections need to be remote connections.
In general killing connections, means that will need to kill some services(deamon processes).
Most of the local connections will be re-established, once the deamon process is running again.
You can check your /etc/rc files to see which services are started. You can disabled them by putting them in comment (Also verify /etc/inittab)

What type of Unix are you running ?
And when you say that you allowed full access, does that mean that you gave full root
permissions to that user?
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