Re: Security on Networked Copier
From: Doug Holtz NOSPAM in adress (dholtzNOSPAM_at_wi.rr.com)
Date: Fri, 13 Feb 2004 13:01:14 GMT
"Jim Richardson" <email@example.com> wrote in message
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> On Thu, 12 Feb 2004 01:38:34 GMT,
> Doug Holtz NOSPAM in adress <dholtzNOSPAM@wi.rr.com> wrote:
> > Group;
> > I'm new to selling this product and need some help. The new Sharp
> > copiers come with a Linux O/S running an embedded web browser and mail
> > server, as well as file retention. Short of bringing in hy Red Hat
> > box, how do I try and test the security on this system. I'd like to
> > see if I can take over the O/S thru the web browser or do a SMTP
> > gateway control. I have a windows machine on the network and the
> > environment is a W2000 server network.
> > TNX in advance for any suggestions.
> > Doug
> Look into nessus, the security scanner. It will do a good job of
> alerting you to possible vulnerabilities.
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> Jim Richardson http://www.eskimo.com/~warlock
> Any nitwit can understand computers. Many do.
When I run NMap Win and check my W2003 server I see nessusd running on port
3001. Why is this do you think?