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    Ports and trogens

    I was unshoure if it had been posted b4 an unshoure of where to place it..

    Ports used by trojans (2002-10-15)


    http://www.simovits.com/nyheter9902.html


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    not bad page all on one place trojans ports everything nice .... thx for the info
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    Good list, although I'd like to emphasize that for all the newbies out there, those are only the default ports. Many trojans can be configured for whatever port you want, and some can be switched between TCP and UDP. BO2k being a good example.

    Good list NFG, I like the mood too, lol.
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    This would be a good example of that type of trojan.


    [glowpurple]http://www.commodon.com/threat/threat-sub7.htm[/glowpurple]

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    Laymen

    Originally posted here by Nightfalls_Girl
    I was unshoure if it had been posted b4 an unshoure of where to place it..

    Ports used by trojans (2002-10-15)


    http://www.simovits.com/nyheter9902.html


    Nightfalls_Girl


    Good link.


    It amazes many people (Laymen) that the exploits in the 4-6000 port range exist lol. It goes far beyond telnet lol.

    Olas



    I bookmarked it. Good post.
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