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  • Scanning an IP Address Range The goal is to scan the full IP address range.
  • Scanning of the port. The goal is to scan a specific port or a port range.
  • Using Nmap, perform a ping scan.
  • The Nmap Scan Output is saved to a file.
  • Scanning the Most Popular Ports
  • Open Ports will be displayed.
  • Host/IP Addresses should be excluded from the scan.
  • Detection of Service Versions.

  • one can built a working knowledge of Nmap and how to use it.
  • Command to scan a port using Nmap.
  • Scan with Nmap against the host and IP address.
  • Using Nmap, perform a ping scan.
  • Scan of Multiple IP Addresses
  • Ip Range Scanning
  • Scanning of well-known ports.
  • Ip Address Scanning and Host Scanning from a Text File
  • Dns Name Resolution is disabled.

-p (Only scan the ports you specify.) This option overrides the default and specifies the ports you want to scan. Individual port numbers, as well as ranges separated by a hyphen, are acceptable (e.g. 1-1023 ). When the starting and/or end values of a range are omitted, Nmap defaults to 1 and 65535.

Google Chrome's Safe Browsing function has incorrectly categorised the Nmap project as a cybersecurity "threat." The incident is the most recent example of genuine security products being lumped in with malware, phishing code, and dangerous vulnerabilities.

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