Where can I get more similar to nmap.online-domain-tools.com scan services.

Edit: Probably, nobody know what does nmap.online-domain-tools.com is. I'm trying to explain:

  • Network service. For example, web-interface without "Registration Form" or "With".
  • Kind of security test, implemented on the side of service against guest, if guest will agreed.
  • For example, there is test for browser:

    • www.surfpatrol.ru - Inspect holes in your browser
    • acid3.acidtests.org - Developers test for browser, test of working, javascript.
    • ipduh.com/anonymity-check/ - Test for anonymity of your browser.

    The nmap.online-domain-tools.com tests your host machine for all of open ports, services fingerprints on this ports, anomalies, fingerprint of your OS, etc... This is nmap.

I'm looking for similar services to test host, not a browser, not a soft for penetrating / scanning / etc.

My host has Public IP v4, available from the whole the World. In another words: "I'm trying to look at the mirror".

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  • Is your host publicly available (a web server), or a machine in your home? what do you want to test for? – schroeder Dec 5 '14 at 22:41
  • See my adding. Yes, i'm interesting in Public IP test. – litigious.formalism Dec 6 '14 at 9:47
  • @AviD, I've improved my question. Check it again. Yes, it is seeking for Truth. For right ways to test host. – litigious.formalism Dec 6 '14 at 22:50
  • @litigious.formalism umm... no you haven't? The problem with the question is that questions asking for recommendations of a product / tool / service / [any other X] are not a good fit for StackExchange, for the reasons mentioned above. – AviD Dec 7 '14 at 0:09
  • @AviD, how can I improve my question? For example, I'm trying to imagine such service, similar to nmap.online-domain-tools.com, to test my host, my firewall, my network stack of kernel for modern exploits. This is interesting, what do you think? – litigious.formalism Dec 7 '14 at 14:01

NMAP is a tool meant for locating open ports and identify running services on a system. But thanks to the NSE you're capable of running a predefined list of scripts which scan for potential vulnerabilities and even perform exploitation. But you shouldn't rely on NMAP for that.

For vulnerability assessment purposes, there are specialized tools available like Nessus, OpenVAS, etc...

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