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Re: Add port service to nmap.
From: David Fifield <david () bamsoftware com>
Date: Thu, 6 Jun 2013 12:14:55 -0700

On Wed, Jun 05, 2013 at 11:56:47PM +0200, Antonio Vázquez Blanco wrote:
I've been trying to find some security holes in a conceptronic access
point. One of the things I've first done was port scanning. Nmap reported
that port 31727/tcp was open but uknown service was running on it. After
some research I could access to uart logs of the device, showing the

********** run Diagd **********
setting: port: 31727
running in daemon mode

which seems to be a diagnostic tool used in some embedded devices.

Please try scanning the device again, and use the -sV option to see if
you get a service fingerprint. If so, then submit it at

I don't see port 31727 in the IANA port name list at
Does this service always run on port 31727, or can it be different? If
it can be different, we're better off with a service fingerprint.

I guess the service name would be "diagd". Do you know anything else
about the service?

David Fifield
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