[Snort-users] Re: registered services
jsage at ...2022...
Mon May 6 20:27:03 EDT 2002
I've just taken a really quick look, but Bravo!
In those days, you could not buy a $2000 200MHz Pentium server.
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On Mon, May 06, 2002 at 06:24:57PM -0700, Andrew Daviel wrote:
> Most of you are aware of the IANA list of registered IP ports
> and services, at http://www.iana.org/assignments/port-numbers
> Much of this information pre-dates the Web, and the list
> contains no hyperlinks, only a name and email address.
> A few weeks ago I had the crazy(?) idea to mail registrants
> and ask them for URLs and information on their protocols.
> As might be expected, there were a large (more than half) number of
> broken addresses, but the response from those that were still valid was
> overwhelming (thank you everyone!) and I realized that I couldn't
> handle all the information in a reasonable time frame, so mailed again
> asking people to fill in a simple form. (I guess I should have done this
> to start with but it seemed more polite to ask, rather than
> saying "go to http://foo.bar and fill it in!")
> Anyhow, there are a lot of results back which I had said in the mailout
> that I would make public (which was the whole point of the exercise).
> They are at http://andrew.triumf.ca/ports2/ with a (somewhat haphazard)
> lookup script at http://andrew.triumf.ca/cgi-bin/port/ (which also
> searches some lists of trojans etc.).
> A couple of notes:
> IANA now has a template for registrants to update their contact
> information - please do so if you are a registrant (or know of one).
> IANA has been collecting technical information from new registrants, but
> it hasn't been flagged as open/proprietary, so they have (rightly) been
> treating it as proprietary, to the surprise of a few open protocol
> http://andrew.triumf.ca/ports2/ was populated from the submission form,
> while http://andrew.triumf.ca/ports/ was populated by hand from
> various sources and from the first few dozen replies to the first mailout.
> I should probably merge them. The script searches both.
> Andrew Daviel, TRIUMF, Canada
> Tel. +1 (604) 222-7376
> security at ...524...
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