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    The implication is then that the hacker sets up a...

    The implication is then that the hacker sets up a script up to scan a range of hosts on a particular port which is likely to be open (one of the common ones that normally has to be open e.g. 53, 80,...
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    Sorry, my bad. I was think not so much of port...

    Sorry, my bad. I was think not so much of port scanning but of the basic ennumeration of hosts which needs to take place prior to scanning for a specific port vulnerability. What I was really...
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    ISP Client Scanning

    Hi,

    On a recent thread about ARP, I put forward that the host only subnet mask 255.255.255.255 should prevent someone sniffing traffic on your subnet. I may be wrong and look forward to being...
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