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    Master-Jedi-Pimps0r & Moderator thehorse13's Avatar
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    Don't bother with the GUI version.

    From the Insecure site: http://www.insecure.org/nmap/nmap_download.html

    Nmapwin installer:
    Nmapwin has been removed from this download page because it is so out-of-date. Try the command-line version instead.
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    Nmapwin installer:
    Nmapwin has been removed from this download page because it is so out-of-date. Try the command-line version instead.
    no man ..........

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    lmfao. sounds like a skript kiddie who cant run with the command line.


    EDIT*** apparently some people *cough*guardian_alpha*cough* were to lame to realise this was a joke. I thought it would be somewhat obvious considering i gave him the name of the program he was looking for. But none the less. nmapwin is out of date and pretty much usless for anything more than ping against a patched machine.
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    lmfao. sounds like a skript kiddie who cant run with the command line.
    Ya rite!
    I was just kina curious as of how the GUI version looks like .

    By the way ......
    Thanx for the neg XTC
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    When I get an internet router I'll doqnload it, right now I'm sharing a computer with my dad since my Linux box lacks interweb.
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  6. #26
    What's the big deal about command line?


    It ain't that complicated.

    SuSEbox: /home/d0pp139an93r #nmap -P0 -T5 -O -v -sV 127.0.0.1

    For ****s sake.... If I can remember that stuff, anyone can.

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    No one ever said it was complicated. Is it wrong if some people enjoy a gui interface more than a command line?
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    guardian alpha,

    not *wrong* - but if it doesn't work as good as the command line version (or at all in this case) what's the point? If you want a graphical front-end for nmap, write one...

    -Wiski C.

    EDIT: BTW: d0ppy - wouldn't the -A option be the same as -sV -O???
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    Originally posted here by wiskic10_4

    EDIT: BTW: d0ppy - wouldn't the -A option be the same as -sV -O??? [/B]
    As of right now it is, but Fyodor may make it do additional thinks later.

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    Yes.. it would be, but I prefer to use the individual switches. Forcve of habit I guess.


    Y';all gotta excuse the typoing. I'm on a little ass mac in the Apple Store right now. I hate these goddamn things.

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