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strange device in my network with 4000 and 9100 open ports ?


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If you haven't, try an nmap -A <target-IP> against it, and see what it comes up with.
Port 9100 could be print services, and port 4000 is used for a lot of stuff, diablo 2 among other things 🙂

Can you do an arp poisoning, and redirect traffic, and fire up Wireshark ?, maybe that could provide a clue, or try to see what device manufacturer is owning that mac range (The first 4)

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13 hours ago, NoExecute said:

If you haven't, try an nmap -A <target-IP> against it, and see what it comes up with.
Port 9100 could be print services, and port 4000 is used for a lot of stuff, diablo 2 among other things 🙂

Can you do an arp poisoning, and redirect traffic, and fire up Wireshark ?, maybe that could provide a clue, or try to see what device manufacturer is owning that mac range (The first 4)

thanks for your reply, already done nmap with intense slow scan, nothing but these open ports. those mac id shows no manufacturers. this is the mac id

A8:01:57:XX:XX:XX

 

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Can you do an arp poisoning, and redirect traffic, and fire up Wireshark ?, maybe that could provide a clue

 

any tool name ?

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