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how can I secure my servers in the respective of the services and ports

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how can I secure my servers in the respective of the services and ports ?
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The easiest way is simply a good firewall or disable services that are not required. also make sure that all updates are applied to whatever OS you are using.

I for example have used in the past ZoneAlarm, Kaspersky Internet Security, Avira. It depends on whether you are using a server or not.
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