Nmap can scan and sometimes successfully detect the running OS in the remote host. However, can nmap scan routers and switches? Most of them use an embedded system.
Does anyone have any good recommendations on a good tool for persisting NMAP scans to database? It may be a tool for persisting or simply a java library for easy parsing of the nmap xml scan result ...
I was trying to test out my friend's computer (with agreement) by using nmap remotely. But the result I got seems kinda awkward to me. It only showed 1900 as tcpwrapper and all other ports were no ...
I was looking out how NMAP identifies DNS services. After determining that port 53 is open it issues a standard query TXT version.bind to find out if BIND is running on the domain port. Then, I saw ...
When I examined a NMAP -sV scan on a host running Exim on port 465, it uses the standard SYN scan to determine if the port is open, and then issues a Client Hello to which the server responds with a ...
I've found that using the command nmap -A gives me the most reliable results and according to the reference guide the option -A includes service detection, traceroute, and OS detection. I want to do ...