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+1 and for your benefit 4dude the last one was about 9 minutes ago.
keepvid.com is a site I have used for years to download music videos and I've never had an issue.
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Posted 03 June 2018 - 06:39 AM
Yes it's 100% safe, but now keepvid.com is shutdown.
Says to me that host is up @ 126.96.36.199 so not sure why you would say its down?
Open ports list as:
53/tcp (domain) running a service called xxx xxx
443/tcp (https) running a service called xxxxxxx httpd (same supported requests as port 80)
21/tcp (ftp) running a service xxxxxxx version x.x.xrc2
80/tcp (http) the web server is running xxxxxxx httpd version x.x.2 (supported requests are GET, POST and HEAD)
I have replaced the service names and versions with 'xxx' to protect the site from further exploitation.
This fingerprinting info was not hard to find.
Further investigation reveals 2 critical open ports that also list services and versions which i wont mention here for the sake of this sites security.
All remaining ports seem filtered behind a Firewall.
The web server is Unix based running Ubuntu x.xx
I would not list this site as 100% safe and realistically seems possibly open to exploitation/malicious script, if it were desired but lets face it, its a vid sharing site and not a Crypto exchange.
Also, not a good look revising such an old thread with your first post!
Edited by Replicator, 03 June 2018 - 07:30 AM.
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