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Re: Port 4662 exploitation
From: ArcSighter Elite <arcsighter () gmail com>
Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2008 16:33:12 -0500

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Christopher wrote:
One can only hope it is some kind of nepenthes-like honeypot or something.  Wow.

My question is, out of all the ports found open on this host, why do
you single out 4662?



IMHO, it couldn't be tell if is a honey without proper tests, such as
traffic analysis or monitoring, nothing he could achieve by now, I
think. In fact, from the beggining, is he doesn't scans well you have no
clue what you have in there. That's already said.
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