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Programs that map out a network to figure out which computers and services are available to be exploited.

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Nessus does not detect sql injection with “Web App Tests” [closed]

In my website I have an sql injection vulnerability. But when I scan my website with Nessus under "Web app tests" there is no result on sql injection. Why is this? What should I do to make this work?...
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How to find list of open ports in any given ip without using common scanning tools

Suppose I want to port scan my network. Normally I'll use a tool like nmap or nessus. What if we don't have any tool to perform a Port Scan - how can we find open ports?
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Is there scan-me-for-vulnerabilities services? [closed]

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 ...
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network port registry

I am planning to build an app which gives information about the network port and the service name for non-opensource based products. Is there a legal implication of building such apps? because someone ...
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How to Defend Against Port Scan Attacks

I was told that Hackers scan for open ports in random IPs and if they are open they hack the computer. What open ports can be hacked? How do I close the ports?
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Pentesting: Active vs Passive Scan [closed]

I couldn't find answers to this question on this forum so I'm just gonna ask: What are Active Scans and Passive Scans? What are their differences? Please include in your answer(s): differences in ...
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Get IP address of camera

Is it possible to get the global IP address of a nearby camera? For example, an IP camera is connected to a network, but you are not on that network, and cant get access for whatever reason) but you ...
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Benefit of checking TCP port or UDP port [closed]

I'm studying port scanning. How can an attacker benefit from the information of checking TCP ports or UDP ports?