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 ...
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, ...
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 ...
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 ...