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    OS fingerprinter needed!

    Does anyone know of a Windows-compatble OS detection tool? Please link me to one!
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    I won't fly off the handle and suspect you of anything nefarious just yet, but it might help your cause if you said why you need such a thing.
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    I kinda wonder why you "need" an OS Fingerprinter, but I doubt there are any good ones for Windows anyway, so...
    1. Download a floppy-based or CD-based Linux distro
    2. Download nmap
    3. Execute the following:
    Code:
    tar -xzf nmap-3.00.tgz
    cd ./nmap-3.00
    ./configure
    make
    make install
    su
    nmap -sS -P0 -O ip.address.goes.here
    The -O is the OS Fingerprinting part.
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    ... I kinda wonder why you "need" an OS Fingerprinter, but I doubt there are any good ones for Windows anyway, so...
    1. Download a floppy-based or CD-based Linux distro
    2. Download nmap
    3. Execute the following:
    ...
    Well, eEye Digital Security has ported nmap to Win NT/2K. It's called nmapNT and can be downloaded here, now with Service Pack 1.0. It may worth a try.

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    nmapNT doesn't perform very well... I knew of its existence but it doesnt work on RAS (dial-up) connections (last time I checked anyway, correct me if I'm wrong).
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    nmapwin

    There is another version of Nmap for Windows, called NmapWin. It does work over a dial-up connection, as well as with a NIC.
    NmapWin

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    if you want to stick with the basics, use NetCat:

    echo QUIT | nc -v -w 5 xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 20-250 400-600 5000-7000
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