I am performing a network vulnerability scan of an Android Automotive platform. My setup consists of a Kali Linux machine and an Android Automotive Infotainment System on a local network.
During the scanning, I found that port
5151 is open and is being used by a service named
kali:~$ sudo nmap -T4 -p- 192.168.x.x //IP for infotainment system Nmap scan report for 192.168.x.x PORT STATE SERVICE 5151/tcp open esri_sde
netcat on the port
5151 for listening, provides me continuous data which is not human readable.
kali:~$ nc 192.168.x.x 5151 7ò”°R YJøOæÝ½9^çÆC€E†éÃºaI™íÐåY— ...
I am not familiar with ESRI SDE or related services. Can anyone tell me how I can read this data on my Kali Machine. For eg. saving it to a file and reading it via some editor, or having some kind of SDE client on my Linux machine that can read the data being produced on port