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RE: Modem detection in a LAN
From: "Sawyer, John H." <JSawyer () mail ifas ufl edu>
Date: Fri, 8 Mar 2002 14:05:04 -0500

Check out Mdmchk.pl from Carvdawg.  It currently checks NT machines but can
probably be modified to check *nix machines.  Personally, I don't know how
to check a *nix box remotely for a modem.  This should be a good starting
place.

http://patriot.net/~carvdawg/perl.html

Mdmchk.pl 
This script checks remote NT machines for the existence of a modem driver.
This is particularly useful in determining if a workstation has a modem
installed. 


-jhs

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John H. Sawyer
University of Florida
jsawyer () ufl edu



<> -----Original Message-----
<> From: Olivier Busolini [mailto:olivier.busolini () netcourrier com] 
<> Sent: Friday, March 08, 2002 8:24 AM
<> To: pen-test () securityfocus com
<> Subject: Modem detection in a LAN
<> 
<> 
<> Hi all,
<> 
<> Been interested by a way to detect modems connected to 
<> machines in a LAN, I
<> went through a "pen-test" thread from nov. 2000 regarding 
<> "Modem detection
<> without dialing".
<> 
<> I have been very interested by the information found, and I 
<> am now looking
<> for a simple automated tool that could be run to detect a 
<> modem connected to
<> an *nix or windows machine in a LAN.
<> Michael Gough was talking about such a tool in the nov. 2000 
<> thread, but I
<> have been unable to contact him.
<> 
<> Anybody's got such a tool that could be shared ?
<> 
<> Thanks,
<> 
<> Olivier.
<> 
<> 
<> 
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