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I made a scan on a server with nmap with these options : nmap -sT -A -P0 and this is the output for the telnet port (23) :

PORT     STATE SERVICE  VERSION
23/tcp   open  telnet
| fingerprint-strings: 
|   GenericLines: 
|     Account:
|     Account:
|   GetRequest: 
|     HTTP/1.0
|     Password: 
|     Password:
|   Help: 
|     HELP
|     Password:
|   NCP: 
|     DmdT
|   SIPOptions: 
|     OPTIONS sip:nm SIP/2.0
|     Password: ******************************
|     Password: **************************
|     Password: *****************
|     password, Bye-Bye :-(
|   tn3270: 
|_    Account:

Can someone help me to understand these informations? Does it mean that there's two accounts ? Why is there different password lines? Is Bye-Bye :-( from nmap or the server himself?

Thanks

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