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69 - Pentesting tftp

TFTP stands for "Trivial File Transfer Protocol". It is a simplified version of the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) that is used for transferring files to and from network devices, such as routers and switches. Unlike FTP, TFTP does not support authentication, directory listings, or other advanced features, making it a lightweight and simple option for transferring files in limited network environments. However, its lack of security features also makes it less suitable for use in more complex network environments that require secure file transfers.


nmap -n -Pn -sU -p69 -sV --script tftp-enum $IP


tftp $IP
# show help
tftp> ?