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oka...let's try something else ...
From: arendashu ph <arendashu () yahoo com>
Date: Fri, 4 Jan 2002 03:44:57 -0800 (PST)


first of all i want to thank to all of those who

and ....
i have scaned other peoples servers..i mean hacked
servers by them...all the rootkits they use r using a
vulnerable ssh ..i and have an exploit for that ssh...
that's why nmap it's so important because i can find
their open ports ..especialy their rootkit port...
..and now is my big problem...

when i scaned someone's ip..and it turned out about 5
ports opened ..oka..but i know that he hacked that
server so...i knew that one of those ports is his ssh
and when i started to check all those open ports ..
with : telnet ip port 
of course nmap it also tolds u what every open port is
doing for example :  port 22 ssh 
but one of those 5 open ports they don't mentioned
about open ssh port..all that nmap said to me is one
port 6666 is used by ircserv
and when i tried : telnet ip 6666...
it told me that it is his rootkit ssh port !!!!
that maked me very confuse...

can i do that on my server ?


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