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Hacking Arcserver from Nessus reports
From: joe () pentester-inc net
Date: 5 Apr 2006 05:13:31 -0000

The remote host is running UniversalAgent, an agent used by BrightStor
ARCserve to perform backups.

The remote version of this agent contains a default account 
with the username '\x02root\x03' and password '\x02<%j8U]`~+Ri\x03'.

An attacker may use this account to gain full access to the remote host.

anyone know how to do this? Im doing a pentest on a client and have tried all ways with no success.

CEO PenTester INC

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