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Re: creating a fake telnet middleware

by stevieb (Canon)
on Apr 10, 2020 at 01:26 UTC ( #11115302=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to creating a fake telnet middleware

"Do you think it is possible ?"

Yes, it's definitely possible. I, and many others have done it.

"should I consider any thing extra?"

Yes, the ethical and moral obligations you have to yourself and others.

...ain't nobody around here going to help you script-kiddy around anything, so once you show the code you've got, feel free to ask questions related to the specific issues you're having. That way, if anyone here provides code, we'll be confident that you have a legitimate reason for snooping on traffic that isn't yours.

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Re^2: creating a fake telnet middleware
by leostereo (Beadle) on Apr 10, 2020 at 19:03 UTC
    As said before. It is not a ilegitimate action. I will explain it better for those who think I want to damage something. Billing system from my isp company can not implement api integration with an new service router we recently bought. Billing system vendor is out of business, I can not request to deploy api integration and can not modified it. Both assests belongs to my , are inside my company , installed next each other on same datacenter. Intercepting its commands is just a workaround I came up to solve my integration problem. Regards. Leandro

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