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Old 05-24-2003, 07:03 AM   #1
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Talking done for now

utill i get hold of a router i am running my parents pc as the sever
(did some begging)
can u test it for us
80.5.237.105

ps do you think its safe ??
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Old 05-24-2003, 07:09 AM   #2
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I didn't get a response from it.
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Pasty.. your UK ISP implements a public Pool and that is the reason David couldn't find anything ... I kept recieving a unresolved address on my first four (4) attempts ...

I used some of my personal programs I have on CD-ROM.. ran the public pool IP and these are my results ...

1 9 9 10.121.240.1
2 14 5 172.30.124.17
3 9 -5 172.30.118.185
4 12 3 172.30.118.174
5 9 -3 172.30.121.122
6 12 3 172.30.118.106
7 10 -2 68.46.144.166
8 13 3 144.232.191.21
9 12 -1 144.232.16.98
10 10 -2 144.232.5.173
11 14 4 144.232.20.117
12 14 0 144.232.20.133
13 83 69 144.232.19.70
14 81 -2 213.206.128.101
15 100 19 213.206.159.38
16 87 -13 213.105.172.150
17 87 0 62.253.185.54
18 86 -1 80.4.225.138
19 91 5 80.5.169.9
20 107 16 80.5.168.10
21 100 -7 80.5.237.105
host reached
// NTL Broadband (United Kingdom)

Official Name: public2-pool3-5-cust105.pool.broadband.ntl.com
IP Address: 80.5.237.105

After I reached your host.. I had to keep the public pool IP active so the connection wouldn't break ...

First I pinged your system :

Your PC responded to a ICMP ping
Respond to a TCP ping
Respond to a UDP ping

I seen a range of NETBIOS protocols on your PC ... (Disks.. Printer.. and IPC's) ... <<>> It wouldn't be to hard to crash.. destabilize or guess passwords on your system ... <<>> Port 139 is wide open.. I strongly suggest a firewall ASAP!

If I really tried.. executing a connection to your disk would not have been to hard either ...
Code:
22/tcp      open        ssh                     
25/tcp      open        smtp    
80/tcp	open        http                
111/tcp    open        sunrpc                  
515/tcp    open        printer                 
587/tcp    open        submission              
6000/tcp  open        X11

icmp-response bandwidth limit 364/200 pps
icmp-response bandwidth limit 335/200 pps
icmp-response bandwidth limit 380/200 pps
icmp-response bandwidth limit 482/200 pps
icmp-response bandwidth limit 418/200 pps
icmp-response bandwidth limit 246/200 pps
icmp-response bandwidth limit 317/200 pps

root    XF86_SVG  15769   0  tcp4   *:6000   *:*                  
nobody  httpd     14592  16  tcp4   *:80     *:*                  
root    sendmail  12873   4  tcp4   *:25     *:*                  
nobody  httpd     12410  16  tcp4   *:80     *:*                  
nobody  httpd     12409  16  tcp4   *:80     *:*                  
nobody  httpd     12408  16  tcp4   *:80     *:*                  
nobody  httpd     12407  16  tcp4   *:80     *:*                  
nobody  httpd     12406  16  tcp4   *:80     *:*                  
root    httpd     12382  16  tcp4   *:80     *:*                  
root    sshd      12336   3  tcp4   *:22     *:*                  
root    dhclient  12269   3  udp4   *:*      *:*                  
root    dhclient  12269   6  udp4   *:68     *:*
------------------------------

You are also running your system as a Internet Server ... Did you know that setting could allow anyone to read / write and or delete files on your system ? ...

Your open Port list = :

445
443
5000
139
143
80
113
110
135
25
79
21
23

// You also have six (6) well known trojan ports open as well ... I will not post those ports for obvious reasons ...


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Court, can you repeat the above on my server and PM me the results. PM me for my IP if you need it. or ping computerforums.org for it.
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Old 05-24-2003, 12:48 PM   #5
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Check this PORT 139
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My trace is like 2000 numbers and letters over what your PM allows ...

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Very good David ... I will not do anything to anyones SQL and or PHP but I will post the "Do's and Dont's" of mySQL ...

This will also be "insider information" exclusive to this forum ...

// It will be located in the "Hacker / Security" ...

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Edit = What ever happened to my title I requested David ?
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Old 05-24-2003, 02:38 PM   #9
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OK. Appreciate the help. I have just changed you status.
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Your more then welcome David ...

Thankie for the title change

I am all smiles

<< Photo Removed >> C_DS


^^^ I used one of our "Borrowed Sites" to store my photo

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