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Re: ports 8901 and 8902
From: "Mitchell Rowton" <mrowton () gmail com>
Date: Fri, 14 Apr 2006 12:42:07 -0400

On 4/13/06, john cohnen <john_cohnen () hotmail com> wrote:
Hi list,

during scanning of a server, I found that 8901 and 8902 ports are open.
I searched through the web and found that at port 8901, application named
JMB-CDS works.
What is JMB-CDS? I could not find any information about this term.
Do you know something about this finding?

Looks like a lot of Universities run WebCT on these ports

http://www.cll.edu/oic/guide/firewalls.htm

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