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  1. #1
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    Port Scanning

    I downloaded a port scanner and am having a bit of difficulties. Can any1 help?. I think the scanner is written to work only in the US as it starts scanning with a smaller prefix than the UK. Do I need to alter the coding(C+)?, or is there another way to configure?? Sorry if this is a dumbass question.!

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    Go to:

    www.webattack.com

    And under Freeware/Network Scanners, download a program called SuperScan.
    SoggyBottom.

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    uninstall the program and pull up command promt for scanning ports
    UDP Scan:
    You can use NMap to port scan the host with the following command line:

    nmap -g67 -P0 -p130-140 -sU 192.168.128.88

    (Notice the -g67 which specifies source port).

    TCP Scan:
    You can use NMap to port scan the host with the following command line:

    nmap -g67 -P0 -p130-140 -sS 192.168.128.88

    (Notice the -g67 which specifies source port

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    NMAP
    (There's even an NT version if you don't have *nix)

    http://www.insecure.org/nmap/
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