X.25 is the oldest packet-switched network and was originally developed for telecommunications providers and banking purposes like automated teller machines (ATM) and credit card authorization. Although it has been replaced more and more by Internet protocols, X.25 is still very much in use, even if often not maintained and sometimes forgotten by the network administration staff. Although it might be good that fewer people can hack over X.25, it's not good that fewer people can actually secure these networks. For individuals interested in performing penetration testing on X.25 networks, the following details should be useful.
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