Hetzner德国独服禁用 rpcbind 111端口


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Information Security (BSI). Please see the original report included
below for details.

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Kind regards

Abuse team

On 10 Oct 10:37, [email protected] wrote:
Dear Sir or Madam,

the Portmapper service (portmap, rpcbind) is required for mapping RPC
requests to a network service. The Portmapper service is needed e.g.
for mounting network shares using the Network File System (NFS).
The Portmapper service runs on port 111 tcp/udp.

In addition to being abused for DDoS reflection attacks, the
Portmapper service can be used by attackers to obtain information
on the target network like available RPC services or network shares.

Over the past months, systems responding to Portmapper requests from
anywhere on the Internet have been increasingly abused DDoS reflection
attacks against third parties.

Affected systems on your network:

Format: ASN | IP | Timestamp (UTC) | RPC response
24940 | 2018-10-09 05:35:32 | 100000 4 111/udp; 100000 3 111/udp; 100000 2 111/udp; 100000 4 111/udp; 100000 3 111/udp; 100000 2 111/udp;

We would like to ask you to check this issue and take appropriate
steps to secure the Portmapper services on the affected systems or
notify your customers accordingly.

If you have recently solved the issue but received this notification
again, please note the timestamp included below. You should not
receive any further notifications with timestamps after the issue
has been solved.



$ systemctl stop rpcbind.socket
$ systemctl stop rpcbind
$ systemctl disable rpcbind.socket 
$ systemctl disable rpcbind