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Supermicro BMC Login Panel - Detect

By kannthu

informative
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#panel#supermicro#bmc
Description

What is the "Supermicro BMC Login Panel - Detect?"

The "Supermicro BMC Login Panel - Detect" module is designed to detect the presence of the Supermicro BMC login panel. Supermicro BMC (Baseboard Management Controller) is a hardware component that provides remote management capabilities for Supermicro servers. This module focuses on identifying the login panel specifically.

This module is classified as informative, meaning it provides information about the presence of the login panel but does not indicate any vulnerabilities or misconfigurations.

Author: idealphase

Impact

The impact of detecting the Supermicro BMC login panel is primarily informational. It signifies that the login panel is accessible and can be used for remote management of the Supermicro server. However, it does not indicate any specific vulnerabilities or risks associated with the login panel itself.

How the module works?

The module works by sending HTTP requests to the target server and analyzing the responses. It uses two matching conditions to identify the Supermicro BMC login panel:

    - The module checks the response body for the presence of the HTML title tag "<title>Supermicro BMC Login</title>". If this tag is found, it indicates the presence of the login panel. - The module also verifies that the HTTP response status code is 200, indicating a successful request. This condition ensures that the login panel is accessible.

By combining these matching conditions, the module can accurately detect the Supermicro BMC login panel.

Example HTTP request:

GET / HTTP/1.1
Host: example.com

Matching conditions:

- Response body contains "<title>Supermicro BMC Login</title>" - HTTP response status code is 200
Concurrent Requests (0)
Passive global matcher
word: <title>Supermicro BMC Login</title>and
status: 200
On match action
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