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Re: Pen-Testing Smoothwall FireWall
From: Machiavel <pierreluc.giguere () gmail com>
Date: Thu, 21 Sep 2006 07:55:41 -0400

My guess:

Figure out wich version of SmoothWall is running on the pc (express,
corporate etc ...)

Try to do a firewall rules enumeration (open ports to ...)

Verify each running services to figure out if there is any public
exploits or else

Once again, only a guess ;)

Cheers

--
Machiavel

On 9/20/06, s-williams () nyc rr com <s-williams () nyc rr com> wrote:
Hey Guys,

I am doing a test and noticed that port 222, 80, 81 and a few others were open. After doing a few more test I believe 
the are using Smoothwall on one end of the network.

Do any have a few pointers on pen testing a Smoothwall box?
Sent via BlackBerry from T-Mobile

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