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RE: Looks like a Borderware firewall
From: "Fernando Cardoso" <fernando.cardoso () whatevernet com>
Date: Thu, 22 Aug 2002 10:32:27 +0100

Hi again

Hi all,

In fact, connecting to https://the_device:442 yields an error
message saying
I must use the BWClient to connect to it with the big borderware
logo on the
top of the page... thank you all for your help.

You can grab BWClient from the Borderware website.

BTW, you did not say so but my guess is that the mailserver is
an Outlook
Access. Am I right? Unicode or ISAPI?

Exchange 5.5/MSADC on a broken IIS on the same box.. lotsa things
to write
in my report! ;)

Been there recently. I had a costumer with a OWA server talking happily to a
PDC on the internal network. Guess who got domain admin privileges ;)

But as we are on the subject, does anyone knows what is used as
for the Checkpoint? Are there default passwords? I did not found
them in my
default password lists...

It seems that the default password is "Firewall" with no username. This is
valid for the installation, but I guess when you configure it for remote
administration you have to assign admin users. I would try a combo of
admin/Firewall, root/Firewall, you_get_the_point/Firewall...



Fernando Cardoso - Security Consultant       WhatEverNet Computing, S.A.
Phone : +351 21 7994200                      Praca de Alvalade, 6 - Piso 6
Fax   : +351 21 7994242                      1700-036 Lisboa - Portugal
email : fernando.cardoso () whatevernet com     http://www.whatevernet.com/

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