"Port-knocking" listener daemon which helps users secure private servers
The Doorman is a "port-knocking" listener daemon which helps users secure private servers. It allows a Unix server to run invisibly, with all TCP ports closed.
DocumentationUser manpages included and available in HTML format from http://doorman.sourceforge.net/
released on 5 September 2005
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