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Apache ActiveMQ Exposure

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What is the "Apache ActiveMQ Exposure?"

The "Apache ActiveMQ Exposure" module is designed to detect the presence of an Apache ActiveMQ implementation. Apache ActiveMQ is an open-source message broker that provides reliable messaging between distributed applications. This module focuses on identifying instances of Apache ActiveMQ and does not perform any specific vulnerability or misconfiguration checks. The severity of this module is classified as informative, meaning it provides valuable information but does not indicate a direct security risk. The original author of this module is pdteam.


This module does not directly impact the security or functionality of the Apache ActiveMQ implementation. It serves as a detection mechanism to identify the presence of Apache ActiveMQ in a target system.

How does the module work?

The "Apache ActiveMQ Exposure" module works by sending HTTP requests to the target system and analyzing the responses for specific patterns. It uses matching conditions to determine if the target system exhibits characteristics associated with Apache ActiveMQ. The module does not perform any active exploitation or modification of the target system.

One example of a matching condition used by this module is the presence of specific HTML elements in the response, such as "<h2>Welcome to the Apache ActiveMQ!</h2>" and "<title>Apache ActiveMQ</title>". If these elements are found, it indicates that the target system is likely running Apache ActiveMQ.

It's important to note that this module does not provide any additional information about the configuration or potential vulnerabilities of the detected Apache ActiveMQ implementation. Its primary purpose is to identify the presence of Apache ActiveMQ for further analysis or investigation.

For more information about Apache ActiveMQ, you can visit the official website:


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