I learning how to intepret results from network audits performed using GFI Languard. The report below is taken directly from the 'Network & Software Audit' on my own pc. As you can see, it states in over again that because GFI doesn't recognise the port its possilbe I could be currently infected by a Trogan. So I went on http://www.honeypots.net/misc/services
to understand for example if port 1170 or 990 (see below) was an actual service or could well be a trojan.
The website simply gave me the same information that GFI gives.
Therefore, is there a way I can check to see if for example port 1170 was a service or whether it actually is a trojan?
I would really appreciate your help with this one.
1170 [Description: LNSS attendant, If this service is not installed beware could be trojan:Psyber Stream Server , Voice / Service: Unknown]
1031 [Description: InetInfo, If this service is not installed beware could be trojan: KWM, Little Witch, Xanadu, Xot / Service: Unknown]
1035 [Description: Inet, SQL, If this service is not installed beware could be trojan: Dosh, KWM, RemoteNC, Truva Atl / Service: Unknown]
990 [Description: FTPS Protocol (control): FTP over TLS/SSL / Service: Unknown]
1169 [Description: Tripwire / Service: Unknown]
25 [Description: Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) / Service: SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol)]
80 [Description: Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) / Service: HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol)]
135 [Description: DCE endpoint resolution / Service: Unknown]
443 [Description: Hypertext Transfer Protocol over TLS/SSL (HTTPS) / Service: Unknown]
445 [Description: Microsoft-DS Active Directory, Windows shares / Service: Unknown]
139 [Description: NetBIOS NetBIOS Session Service / Service: Unknown]
2103 [Description: zephyr-clt Project Athena Zephyr Notification Service serv-hm connection / Service: Unknown]
2105 [Description: IBM MiniPay / Service: Unknown]