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Telnet Hacking

Discussion in 'Programming' started by shukad33, Jun 9, 2008.

  1. shukad33

    shukad33 New Member

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    I've made a TCP/IP port scanner in C and I found out the open ports on a remote host..If port 23 is not open, Is there any use in telnetting to another port so that it can be hacked?
     
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    kanaks_go4ex New Member

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    can u add more clarity in your questions
    thanks.
     
  3. hackfreak

    hackfreak New Member

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    except port 23 you can telnet on other ports such as port 25 which is the smtp protocol.
     
  4. P455w0rd_Cr4kz

    P455w0rd_Cr4kz New Member

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    absolutely,do some research on specific commands for diff. ports. I had accessed servers thru telnet in diff. ports. It will all depend on how secure it is,the rfirewall,if it's passworded ect.
     
  5. Nishant24

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    well, can u share your code for making that scanner in c?
     

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