5.196.80.220

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Last Seen: 2024-07-19

GeneralInformation

Hostnames ginex.es
cpanel.ginex.es
cpcalendars.ginex.es
cpcontacts.ginex.es
mail.ginex.es
webdisk.ginex.es
webmail.ginex.es
www.ginex.es
ns346689.ip-5-196-80.eu
Domains ginex.es ip-5-196-80.eu 
Country France
City Gravelines
Organization OVH SAS
ISP OVH SAS
ASN AS16276

WebTechnologies

JavaScript libraries
UI frameworks

Vulnerabilities

Note: the device may not be impacted by all of these issues. The vulnerabilities are implied based on the software and version.

1920339744 | 2024-07-12T03:41:56.847823
  
21 / tcp
-404230118 | 2024-07-14T06:58:43.710764
  
22 / tcp
-660967989 | 2024-07-13T17:28:36.628264
  
53 / tcp
-660967989 | 2024-07-07T16:38:56.403739
  
53 / udp
-1984309004 | 2024-07-19T15:35:54.900389
  
80 / tcp
1952082069 | 2024-07-15T15:34:30.314496
  
110 / tcp
-1345205424 | 2024-07-09T11:33:38.800744
  
111 / tcp
-1345205424 | 2024-07-08T23:34:04.346717
  
111 / udp
1559185454 | 2024-07-09T01:10:37.979243
  
143 / tcp
805900684 | 2024-07-19T11:19:25.912941
  
443 / tcp
36458013 | 2024-07-05T11:26:43.508619
  
465 / tcp
1927014925 | 2024-07-02T05:38:12.004310
  
587 / tcp
-1132241830 | 2024-07-14T04:25:28.003730
  
993 / tcp
-1001764030 | 2024-07-03T21:20:19.845000
  
995 / tcp
-752509161 | 2024-07-03T21:55:47.834352
  
2082 / tcp
-1185307296 | 2024-07-09T18:06:07.956139
  
2083 / tcp
853509726 | 2024-07-11T23:36:48.593245
  
2086 / tcp
2055348898 | 2024-07-16T08:24:26.191942
  
2087 / tcp
36066821 | 2024-07-12T10:45:36.524113
  
2095 / tcp
586652750 | 2024-07-12T10:45:38.801727
  
2096 / tcp



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