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Does Rogers block port 445 SMB?

kernel232
I've Been Here Awhile

Good afternoon,

 

I do security research via malware analysis and etc. I have setup a Honeypot on my home network to detect port scans and etc which works fine. But when I was trying to setup a port 445 SMB honeypot, to catch live malware I.E ransomware. When I forwarded the 445 port to my Virtual machine honeypot and tried to scan to see if it was working, I did not get a response from that port, I have tried everything I could think of.. but no response to that port, and now I'm thinking that Rogers blocks port 445, Which I could understand so things like ransomware can't spread on the network. If anyone could verify that port 445 is blocked on the Rogers network that would be great.

 

Thanks

 

 

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Re: Does Rogers block port 445 SMB?

robindp
I'm an Advisor

Hello @kernel232,

I have a CODA-4582 and can confirm that port 445 is blocked by the firewall on the device.  I have not tested opening the port.

 

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Re: Does Rogers block port 445 SMB?

robindp
I'm an Advisor

Hello @kernel232,

I have a CODA-4582 and can confirm that port 445 is blocked by the firewall on the device.  I have not tested opening the port.

 

Re: Does Rogers block port 445 SMB?

kernel232
I've Been Here Awhile

Great that solves that! Thanks for the reply I also have the same model.

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