Provided by: unhide_20130526-3_amd64 bug


       unhide-tcp — forensic tool to find hidden TCP/UDP ports


       unhide-tcp [options]


       unhide-tcp is a forensic tool that identifies TCP/UDP ports that are listening but are not
       listed by /sbin/ss (or alternatively by /bin/netstat) through brute forcing of all TCP/UDP
       ports available.
       Note1  : On FreeBSD ans OpenBSD, netstat is always used as iproute2 doesn't exist on these
       OS. In addition, on FreeBSD, sockstat is used instead of fuser.  Note2 :  If  iproute2  is
       not available on the system, option -n or -s SHOULD be given on the command line.


       -h --help
              Display help

              Don't display warning messages, that's the default behavior.

       -f --fuser
              Display  fuser  output  (if  available)  for the hidden port On FreeBSD, instead of
              fuser command, displays the output of the sockstat command for the hidden port.

       -l --lsof
              Display lsof output (if available) for the hidden port

       -n --netstat
              Use /bin/netstat instead of /sbin/ss. On system with many opened  ports,  this  can
              slow down the test dramatically.

       -s --server
              Use  a very quick strategy of scanning. On system with a lot of opened ports, it is
              hundreds times faster than ss method and ten thousands times  faster  than  netstat

       -o --log
              Write a log file (unhide-tcp-AAAA-MM-DD.log) in the current directory.

       -V --version
              Show version and exit

       -v --verbose
              Be  verbose, display warning message (default : don't display).  This option may be
              repeated more than once.

   Exit status:
       0      if no hidden port is found,

       4      if one or more hidden TCP port(s) is(are) found,

       8      if one or more hidden UDP port(s) is(are) found,

       12     if one or more hidden TCP and UDP ports are found.


       unhide (8).


       This manual page was written by Francois Marier  and  Patrick  Gouin.
       Permission  is  granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of
       the GNU General Public License, Version 3 or any  later  version  published  by  the  Free
       Software Foundation.


       License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later <>.
       This  is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it.  There is NO WARRANTY,
       to the extent permitted by law.