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social_engine
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Subseven Backdoor

Post by social_engine » Mon May 19, 2014 11:23 am

I just scanned a server, many ports were open and there were some interessting ports

Port: 21
Version: Nepenthes HoneyTrap fake vulnerable ftpd

Port:27347
Version: Subseven Backdoor (**Backdoor**)

as i now "nepenthes honey" pot is a security tool??

does this server already got hacked or what?



scanned with nmap (scanned ip 87.46.1.187)

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Re: Subseven Backdoor

Post by Cool_Fire » Tue May 20, 2014 5:14 am

It would seem that this is what's called a 'Honeypot server' Which means that it's been set up especially so that it looks attractive to automated attack tools and unknowing would-be hackers alike.
If you'd actually try to attack this server you'd likely be banned if not reported to your ISP and/or the authorities.
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