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Posted on 12-03-06 02:04
theres on open port
443/tcp open ssl Openssl

what can i do to get into this SSL port.


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Posted on 12-03-06 04:06
you can google or read tutorials on ssh tunneling


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Posted on 12-03-06 18:51
and you could try to come up with a better title then 'help' ... Frown


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Posted on 29-03-06 04:14
SSH and SSL are two different things.

Port 443
This port is used for secure web browser communication. Data transferred across such connections are highly resistant to eavesdropping and interception. Moreover, the identity of the remotely connected server can be verified with significant confidence. Web servers offering to accept and establish secure connections listen on this port for connections from web browsers desiring strong communication security.

Once established, web browsers inform their users of these secured connections by displaying an icon — a padlock, an unbroken key, etc. — in the status region of their window.


So I guess before flaming noobs here, read the question carefully. Angry