p0f v3 is a passive operating system detector. The latest release is 3.08b, dating to November, 2014. Given the releases of Windows 10, multiple Linux, Firefox and Chrome versions since then, the ...
Over the last couple of years, I've developed a fairly keen interest in Penetration Testing & Information Security. Throughout this time, I've acquired (and accumulated) a range of different ...
I am using the Firefox browser on a Linux system and it came to my knowledge that it is possible for sites to take a fingerprint of the user visiting their homepages. So I actually have four ...
I was checking the security of a server by running Nmap. Last time it gives me the following results, indicating that OS could not be fingerprinted: PORT STATE SERVICE VERSION 21/tcp ...
I am using http://www.mybrowserinfo.com/ to gather some info about me while browsing. I want to change my OS to appear that its a Windows Xp machine.(No VM solutions please:D) If you have any ...
Are traditional OS-fingerprinting techniques effective in identifying Android smartphones (OS version) on a network. From my research I found most Android network mappers can be only run from Android ...
Getting the name of the server software through netcat or curl or any other method, is really useful? I mean, OS fingerprinting is useful in order to tailor an attack. For example with regard to OS ...
Using nmap -O www.example.com I get: Running (JUST GUESSING): Microsoft Windows 7|2008 (90%) So I can say the target site is running Windows. Using xprobe2 -v www.example.com, I'm just astonished ...
Since every vendor has a MAC address range, and Apple has network card models that only they use (Airport), I suppose that it is very easy to identify a network package as coming from an Apple device, ...
I am new to this field. Currently I am using Linux OS and my question is how can I find the OS of another machine to which I do not have a direct access. I am interested in any possibilities which ...