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    Cool Portscanners

    Favourite portscanners anyone?

    I like 7th Sphere for Windows... and nmap for Linux!!!
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    Speaking of... I'm trying to write a "net tools" application (ping, traceroute, portscan, netbios session scanner, wingate scanner etc...) using Borland C++ builder [3 Pro or 4 Standard]... If anyone has any bits & pieces of C++ source that would be in any way helpful to me it'd me much appreciated if you could throw them in my general direction!!!!!
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    My favorite port scanner is "port map" it can do everything and them some
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    I think for me it has to be nmap! love that prog

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    Yeah, It's official:

    NMAP RULES
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    Talking PortScanning :)

    PortScanning...*breathes in heavily*. For Linux...NMap for me is arguably THE best program to get the job done. But for Windows, for which I have Windows2k Pro, I highly recommend 7th Sphere or another program called SuperScan, which I think could be better then 7th Sphere. Where 7th Shere excels in speed, SuperScan excels in configurablity. You decide.
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    Iwould have to go with nmap(duhh) for *nix and Foundstones SuperScan for Windows.
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    Have to go with Nmap on linux, and probably netcat for Windows (I'd portsurf manually using a batch file). I think I'll check out 7th Sphere now though, after seeing so many recommendations.
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    I use one I think it's called Toto Stat. I really need 2 check. But I'm posting because I see 7th sphere mentioned often. I went to www.7thspheredot whatever and see that one has to join to DL anything! I hate that kind of ****! Why not just have a private page for private members? Really ... I hate it.
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    I think superscan for windows is good.
    Pretty good options.
    Very complete.
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