check open ports without netstat or lsof

declare -a array=($(tail -n +2 /proc/net/tcp | cut -d":" -f"3"|cut -d" " -f"1")) && for port in ${array[@]}; do echo $((0x$port)); done

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By: andreisid
2016-01-12 10:24:44

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could be improved by filtering out connections bound to 0100007f and showing only listening connections. Also doesn't show listening udp .
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