Penetration Testing
Unknown Port at LevelOne WBR3460B Oct 14 2009 11:22PM
Jan Germann (jan jans-site de) (3 replies)
Hi,

im currently trying to audit a router, my router.

Generaly this router should only have one port open, port 80.
But there is also the port 32764. So I googled and didnt found anything
usefull about it neither about the port in context of the router nor
about the port in generally.

nc gives me the following data in plaintext:
MMcSâ??â??â??â??

In Hex its:
4d4d6353ffffffff

It first needs a challenge and then returns these strange string. I know
from nmap its an embedded linux 2.4.9 - 2.4.18 but that doesnt help me
anyways.

I seriously dont know what to do with it and how to handle this. The
vendor doesnt give me any information about that.

Does anyone knows something more or has an idea for me how to proceede?

Greetings

J

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[ reply ]
Re: Unknown Port at LevelOne WBR3460B Oct 15 2009 10:34PM
Carl Vincent (carl vincent hypermediasystems com)
RE: Unknown Port at LevelOne WBR3460B Oct 15 2009 07:54PM
John Babio (jbabio po-box esu edu)
Re: Unknown Port at LevelOne WBR3460B Oct 15 2009 07:52PM
Andres Riancho (andres riancho gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: Unknown Port at LevelOne WBR3460B Oct 16 2009 04:07PM
Jan Germann (jan jans-site de)


 

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