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RE: "MIPS" Pentesting
From: Wayne Dawson <Wayne_Dawson () inventuresolutions com>
Date: Mon, 4 Jan 2010 14:10:18 -0800

http://www.zk-usa.com/edk_zem300.php

Appears to be a biometric device.

"ZEM300 uses 32 bit parallel high-speed 400 MHz CPU ZK6001 that can be conveniently connected with TFT,USB Host, WIFI, 
GPRS/CDMA and such external equipments."

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From: listbounce () securityfocus com [mailto:listbounce () securityfocus com] On Behalf Of Elliot Fernandes
Sent: Monday, January 04, 2010 3:33 AM
To: pen-test () securityfocus com
Subject: "MIPS" Pentesting

When testing a network, I was using nmap and I came up with a system that had port 23 open. So I netcat'ed into it and 
I got:

Welcome to Linux (ZEM300) for MIPS
Kernel 2.4.20 Treckle on an MIPS

Has anyone come across this before? It seems to be a login point for a security device (physical security) at the 
network. Thing is, I have no documentation on the "MIPS", neither from google or from anywhere else. Anyone got ideas 
on this? And I'm running hydra with a wordlist, and a bruteforcer at the same time on it.




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