Hardware hacking help

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Hey all, I just took a new job, and am getting trained to do security audits
of companies, I need to hack a piece of hardware.  The device is a scadapack
32, it is used to control valves opening and closing(in my case turning a
lightbulb on).

It has ethernet and I need to get into it via ethernet, for now we are just
hooking it up to a hub and using a laptop on that hub as well.

I know how to scan for open ports, I just do not know how to exploit those
ports, the protocol is modbus over tcp.

If u can point me to a website, or better group.
I used google for quite sometime but didnt seem to get anywhere.

Re: Hardware hacking help

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Go to this site
and order the CD commuications software you need.
You probably want the ethernet DNP3 modbus for that PLC.

Re: Hardware hacking help

bjh wrote:
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Just break the ethernet connector loop.

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