- From: "Aaron Hayes Smartek" <aaron.hayes@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2008 15:07:02 +1100
Well Cisco IOS might indicate a Cisco Router Modem used currently by Telstra
for there business ADSL solutions or a Cisco PIX firewall. Look up on the
web to get a list of cisco commands.
Test to see if you can connect to the IP address via telnet or SSH, at least
to the point of being asked to enter a username and password. If you can get
this far then the next step will definitely fall into bad boy territory....
Let me know how you go.
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Hi, Guys5060 (SIP) open.
While doing a pen test I came across a server having only 1720 (H.323 and
doing the pen test on this server ?
Nessus says its Cisco IOS. Can someone suggest the next logical step for
Any known vulnerability or exploit ?
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