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  • The OpenSSH version that is running on port 22 is pretty old so checking searchsploit to see if any critical vulnerabilities are associated with this version.
  • Ports 25, 110, 143, 995 are running mail protocols for that finding a valid email address to further enumerate these services will be a good starting point. Port 4190 running Cyrus timsieved 2.3.7 seems to be associated to imapd.
  • Port 111 is running RPCbind. The port 878 running the status service is associated to this.
  • Ports 80, 443 and 10000 are running web servers. Port 80 seems to redirect to port 443.
  • Port 3306 is running MySQL database. There is a lot of enumeration potential for this service.
  • Port 4559 is running HylaFAX 4.3.10.
  • Port 5038 is running running Asterisk Call Manager 1.1. Again, we’ll have to check the version number to see if it is associated with any critical exploits.
  • I’m not sure what the upnotifyp service on port 4445 does.




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