Ping sweep, also known as ICMP sweep or ping scan, is a network scanning method for determining which IP addresses correspond to live hosts. In contrast to a single ping, a ping sweep communicates with numerous hosts at once using ICMP (Internet Control Message Protocol) ECHO requests.
The Ping Sweep technique is used to determine which hosts in a network are alive by looking at their IP addresses. Flood pinging is used to check numerous hosts at once, whereas conventional ping sweep checks one host at a time. Various tools, such as Nmap, fping, and others, can be used to do ping sweeping.
When someone follows the link in your website, it sends them a notification about the page they are on. If this person is not interested in following up, they can just click on the “stop following” button or if they want to add their email address to see updates from you, then they can fill out the form that appears.
The most common types of ping requests are email, text message, or social media. These three types of messages can be sent via an app like Mailchimp or through a website like Facebook Messenger.
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