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  1. #1
    Untangler
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    Default Nmap showing references to Untangle

    I decided to do a fresh install of Untangle and while doing a scan with nmap I noticed it was finding objects identifying the software I'm running. I'm sure this wasn't the case before, but do correct me if I've gone mad. Is there something I've overlooked? Something I can do to prevent this from showing on network scans? Thanks.

    |_http-server-header: Apache

    | http-title: Untangle Administrator Login

    |_Requested resource was /auth/login?url=/setup/welcome.do&realm=Administrator

    | ssl-cert: Subject: commonName=untangle.example.com

    | Subject Alternative Name: DNS:untangle.example.com

    | Issuer: commonName=www.untangle.com/organizationName=Untangle/stateOrProvinceName=California/countryName=US

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    Yes this is the Admin GUI. It is open by default on the LAN side.
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  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcoffin View Post
    Yes this is the Admin GUI. It is open by default on the LAN side.
    Good catch and thanks for the quick response. I was running it internally. �� Thanks @jcoffin!

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