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The story for those that are interested: I have an Insteon Hub in my house and I don't have shell access to it. From what I have found on the interwebs these devices have a history of being insecure but have recently been patched. For now I don't want to enable remote access of the device until I am fairly confident that it is secure enough for that type of use. Using netcat I have found that the following ports are open on it: 25105 - http 9760 - unknown 9761 - unknown If I telnet to 9760 and type "test", it returns "TEST" so I think this is an implementation of the echo protocol. If I telnet to 9761 and type "test", it appears to return binary (I get a small square with a grid of four number in it) I want to be able to identify what is running on those unknown ports but I am not sure how to accurately identify what that may be. I have some guesses at what they may be used for but nothing concrete, I was hoping that reddit could help. submitted by renegaderyu [link] [comment]

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Today is the last day to fund Project Gooseburry, which is the Blender Foundation's next feature-length film. The film is powered on and advances free software. If, by today, 3000 donors contribute, the campaign will be extended for an additional 18 days. The number is currently at 2,969. Please contribute! submitted by mkovarik [link] [comment]

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...and keep personal information such as birthday, address, phone? I used to use Gmail Contacts for that but look for an Open Source alternative. Do you use a dedicated contact management software or a generic email client such as Thunderbird or Evolution? Thank you! submitted by orschiro [link] [2 comments]

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Hi, I'm thinking of installing Linux on my, well, crappy Windows PC and don't really know what Distro to install. I used both (Ubuntu and Xubuntu) a few years ago, and I loved both. So the main question is: What should I go for? Who is the less demanding? Which one is the most user friendly? Sorry for the bad english D: submitted by the7strangepotatos [link] [8 comments]

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