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Re: Port 12345?

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Svante Signell wrote:

> Anyone knows what port 12345TCP is used for and which OSes are
> vulnerable? (my guess is w9x) I'm getting portscanned every now and
> the on this specific port. Other (known) ports are 31337UDP Back Orifice,
> 20034 NetBus Pro etc. but which one is corresponding to 12345?
> Ports being attacked the last year (some more than once):
> 1TCP: tcpmux
> 79TCP: finger
> 119TCP: nntp
> 143TCP: imap2
> 161UDP: snmp
> 1524TCP: ingreslock
> 12345TCP: ??
> 20034TCP: Netbus Pro
> 31337UDP: Back Orifice
> Note: I am on a dial-up connection. For you with fixed network access,
> how often do this happen, a few times a day?
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