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You could use the nmap smb-os-discovery.nse script it should for the most part give you the right answers. It doesn't work on some versions of windows 10 though. nmap --script smb-os-discovery.nse -p445 127.0.0.1


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This can be because of many reasons. Such as the following: Network Layout Antivirus Software IDS/IPS Intermediate Network Devices The version of your Nmap's ..etc In your case, it seems like you are using your MAC OS as the host. While Kali Linux is a VM with the MAC host. If you have an Anti Virus software or Strict Firewall rules enabled, they could be ...


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Have you tried upgrading to Npcap instead of WinPcap? Nmap comes bundled with it, though you can and should get the latest stable and bug-free version from https://npcap.org/#download . It is faster than WinPcap and designed for modern versions of Windows, so you should be less likely to see problems like lost packets. Your Nmap is also out-of-date, though ...


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