I personally disable portmap and all RPC services on my servers. Even NFS is now at v4 and uses TCP and well-known-ports, not the portmapper.
I have no issues with QMT working in that environment. There are a HOST of other services that come in a startup CentOS 6 or CentOS 7 install – I ALWAYS inventory my new builds to remove unneeded and unwanted services. Best Regard, Dan McAllister From: Remo Mattei <r...@mattei.org> Sent: Tuesday, March 19, 2019 11:33 AM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: [qmailtoaster] rpcbind I agree. Eric will be the person to go. Remo On Tuesday, Mar 19, 2019 at 08:21, Leonardo Porto <leonardo.po...@iw.net.br <mailto:leonardo.po...@iw.net.br> > wrote: Right, but if Toaster doesn't really use it and I don't use NFS or anything rpcbind is need for, it's an unnecessary daemon I would uninstall. Em 19/03/2019 12:03, Remo Mattei escreveu: you can use firewalld to block it by default it should not be open. Remo On Tuesday, Mar 19, 2019 at 08:00, Leonardo Porto <leonardo.po...@iw.net.br <mailto:leonardo.po...@iw.net.br> > wrote: Hi everyone, I received a security alert about Portmap service enabled on my server, I checked the daemon rpcbind was installed by Toaster, is it needed? I am thinking to get rid of it. Thanks. Leonardo. Error! Filename not specified.