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This topic contains 24 replies, has 11 voices, and was last updated by  Ketil 4 years, 8 months ago.

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    ksanchez
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    By the Way, i’m working with a series of Cheat Sheets for pentesting, Python, Linux, Mac and other things. I took the idea and fork it from another project in Github. If some of you are interested in maintain the list, are welcome.

    https://github.com/ksanchezcld/

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    Jeff1973
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    I would scan Glassfish ports too:
    4848, 8080, and 8181

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    ngabret
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    is your objective to detect weak configuration and vulnerability for web service version?

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    Ketil
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    This could be a great project 🙂

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    Ketil
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    Once you have scanned your infrastructure with nmap, run the httpscreenshot to grab the web-page from each port.

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