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#2940 - 06/29/06 06:50 PM Ports Question?  
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I'm curious, as a technician, what port numbers/services should I commit to memory? Like Port 80, 25, and the like.


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#2941 - 06/29/06 10:17 PM Re: Ports Question?  
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If I was to name some important ones of the top of my head I would say :

20 - FTP-data
21 - FTP
22 - SSH
23 - Telnet
25 - SMTP
67 - Bootps
68 - Bootpc
69 - TFTP
80 - HTTP
110 - POP3
119 - NNTP
123 - NTP
143 - IMAP
161 - SNMP
546 - DHCP Client
547 - DHCP Server
1080 - Socks
6667 - IRC

Thats all I can think off about now


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#2942 - 06/29/06 10:51 PM Re: Ports Question?  
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21 - FTP
22 - SSH
23 - Telnet
25 - SMTP
69 - TFTP
80 - HTTP (Proxy Common)
110 - POP3
143 - IMAP
1080 - Socks
3128 - Squid Proxy
6660-6669 - IRC (common)
8080 - HTTPd Proxy

Keep in mind that most any server will allow you to change the standard port, so the onlyway to test will be to probe the port. A good tool for this would be to put SuperScan 3.0 on a floppy or usb pen and build a custom list, it has a good starter list included.


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#2943 - 06/30/06 09:27 AM Re: Ports Question?  
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53 - DNS
88 - Kerberos
443 - HTTPS

Maybe check out http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_TCP_and_UDP_port_numbers

#2944 - 07/01/06 12:10 AM Re: Ports Question?  
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Giz: I use SuperScan 4, is there any particular reason why you mentioned 3 specifically?


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#2945 - 07/01/06 12:37 AM Re: Ports Question?  
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omg, use nmap.

#2946 - 07/01/06 10:48 AM Re: Ports Question?  
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SuperScan 3.0 is from the original author, Superscan 4.0 is stripped down and cannot scan a class B.

Also Ghost, yeh, we'll throw the windows commandline version of nmap on a usb pen for practical applications on a windows 98 machine when we can just use something everyone here has used on a day to day basis :gag:


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#2947 - 07/02/06 03:58 AM Re: Ports Question?  
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but <3 nmap

Plus it works with SP2. As far as I know SYN scanning with super scan is subject to SP2's disabling of 'raw' sockets.

AND it has all sorts of other wonderful scan options that I don't recall superscan having.

#2948 - 07/03/06 06:00 PM Re: Ports Question?  
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I like my Packetizer and Ethereal


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#2949 - 07/07/06 07:15 PM Re: Ports Question?  
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you forgot:
389 ldap

The 'only' port scanner to use is nmap. Ghost is right.

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#2950 - 07/07/06 07:56 PM Re: Ports Question?  
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