TCP & UDP Port 5522 Information

Port name:unassigned
Port 5522 common errors:This port may cause telnet to crash when attempting to connect to the local host. To learn more about errors in your system run a free registry scan.
Services or applications using this port:Telnet
Malicious services / applications:WinShell Backdoor

Port 5522 details:

Protocol: TCP & UDP
IAMA status: Unofficial
Range: Registered
Traffic: inbound, outbound, both
Notification: True
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Technical description for port 5522:

Although officially unassigned, the communication port 5522 can be used by various applications requiring the implementation of the Telnet protocol. This service implements a command line with an underlying foundation based on TCP/IP protocol commonly used to access computers and networks. When an administrator invokes the Telnet services, a system can be remotely accessed by another user.
Similar to the FTP and HTTP protocols, the system port 5522 can be used for the issuance of specific file requests from the remote system without necessarily logging into the remote machine. Normally, the user is required to indicate login credentials upon execution of the Telnet application. This remote entrance respects user privileges and grants access based on the user's rights.
Majority of the usage of the network port 5522 in this context would pertain to program development and the need to execute specific applications.
This protocol can also serve as an alternative to retrieve certain data that are stored in specified locations within the host system.
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