Seems not to bad. I tried both, and both said "Ok, you are using a firewall, you blocked quite everything".
Now, I want some of you to try to take it ... 'cause a security scanner will never be as clever as a real man.
Any volunteer ? Just send me an email (to email@example.com) to give me your IP address (so I won't complain about hack attempts) and I'll give you mine.
Thanks in advance.
By the way : those are MINE. I'm not trying to lure you into hacking another system. Just make a "whois firstname.lastname@example.org"
September 26th, 2001, 09:10 PM
I've no intention of swapping ip addresses with you but if you take a look at nessus from http://www.vulnerabilities.org it should give you a pretty good nmap based scan. As you noticed with another scanner you used, it will scan the ip address of the machine you use to request the scan - it would otherwise be a tool for hordes of script kiddies.
September 26th, 2001, 09:20 PM
Quite cool ...
Unfortunately, the NESSUS complimentary is not active (could not connect ...), but I tried the nmap one. Should I have tried that with another unix host.
But it's still a scan, and not a real intrusion attempt.