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On the Nmap home page in my language, I can see -sP scan, but on the English version of the site, I can't see it. But I see -sn that looks very similar, I want to understand what's the difference.

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There is no difference. To quote man nmap:

In previous releases of Nmap, -sn was known as -sP.
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    Many of the man page translations are very out-of-date. Nmap still understands -sP, but the documentation has switched to -sn (no port scan) in order to match -Pn (no host discovery) and -n (no reverse-DNS name resolution). – bonsaiviking Aug 13 at 3:25

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