Apache Cassandra is a highly scalable, high-performance distributed database designed to handle large amounts of data across many commodity servers, providing high availability with no single point of failure. It is a type of NoSQL database. In several cases you will find cassandra accepting any credentials (as there aren't any configured) and you will be able to enumerate the database.
Default port: 9042,9160
PORT STATE SERVICE REASON9042/tcp open cassandra-native Apache Cassandra 3.10 or later (native protocol versions 3/v3, 4/v4, 5/v5-beta)9160/tcp open cassandra syn-ack
pip install cqlshcqlsh <IP>#Basic info enumerationSELECT cluster_name, thrift_version, data_center, partitioner, native_protocol_version, rack, release_version from system.local;#Keyspace enumerationSELECT keyspace_name FROM system.schema_keyspaces;desc <Keyspace_name> #Decribe that DBdesc system_auth #Describe the DB called system_authSELECT * from system_auth.roles; #Retreive that info, can contain credential hashesSELECT * from logdb.user_auth; #Can contain credential hashesSELECT * from logdb.user;SELECT * from configuration."config";
There aren't much options here and nmap doesn't obtain much info
nmap -sV --script cassandra-info -p <PORT> <IP>
port:9042 "Invalid or unsupported protocol version"