Open ports are network entry points that allow external devices to connect through the Internet. They can be found on computers, servers, and other connected devices. Open ports are used for a variety of purposes, including remote access, data transfer, and online applications. For example, web browsers use open ports to send and receive requests from websites. In terms of cyber security, open ports can create vulnerabilities if not monitored or locked down properly. Attackers can exploit an open port to gain unauthorized access or launch malicious attacks - potentially leading to data theft or damage to systems. To prevent such threats, organizations must ensure they maintain tight control over their open ports and regularly update their systems with the latest security patches. By following these practices, companies can reduce the risk of attack and protect their data from malicious actors.
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