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November 24, 2006, 3:18 am
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I know that some antivirus, like norton or pc-cillin keep a tcp port open while
active, for load update, make mail scan and so on.
I know also that it's possible with tool like nmap determine remotely what OS
and what service are running in a remote computer.
The question is: it's possible detect remotely what brand of antivirus are
running in a remote machine ?
It's a potential vulnerability.