I have been trying to exploit a cheap smart tv box that I have bought a while ago and after my nmap scan I found that port 7000/tcp was open but researching about the port gave back not much information I even searched searchsploit and vulners for any information or vulnerabilities within the port but I couldn't find anything useful. (I am new to pentesting I would use some more knowledge)

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    The first step is to figure out what the device uses the various ports for. Are you able to grab a firmware image for it? Are you able to get a shell? Fuzzing may also be relevant to try.
    – vidarlo
    Commented Jun 17, 2022 at 16:30
  • Seconding the 'Get a firmware' image recommendation on this. Being able to download it, and analyze what's actually running on it with binwalk/qemu will be a huge help. You may want to check out archive.org for results from devttys0.com That was a wonderful resource for reverse engineering firmware. Commented Jun 17, 2022 at 16:48
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    Ports don't have vulnerabilities. The things running on the port have vulnerabilities. Focus on that, not the port.
    – schroeder
    Commented Jun 17, 2022 at 17:17

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Is it a Roku box? They have port 7000/tcp open. If so, I think it's a web service. You may want to try this: https://github.com/RoseSecurity/Abusing-Roku-APIs

  • Welcome to the community, but the specified link is not for research per se but rather to cause pure chaos/DoS... Commented Feb 27, 2023 at 17:38

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