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Update: Telnet Sniff Problems
From: IndianZ <indianz () indianz ch>
Date: Wed, 24 Mar 2004 23:21:01 +0100
Well, thanks to everybody who responded for input. I know now whats going on:
it's an echoing problem - described by RFC 726, seems like the password is
transmitted binary- or command-sequence-based.
This is printed at the beginng of such a Telnet-Session:
WILL SUPPRESS GO AHEAD
DO SUPPRESS GO AHEAD
Does anybody know something about decrypting/decoding such transmitted strings
or has anybody faced a similar situation?
String-Example: ÿý ÿý ÿý#ÿý'ÿý$
Thanx for help.
GreetZ from IndianZ
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