Re: nmap



2008/7/29 Fábio Russo <fabio.contin.russo@xxxxxxxxx>

Hi dude,
What happens if you try with the '-P0' switch ?
I beleve you should've tried something like this: 'nmap -vsS -P0 <address>' because the '-PN' switch will only treat host as online. I don't think it is gonna work, but it's only a guess.

I hope it's usefull...


2008/7/29 Michael Kitange <michaelkitange@xxxxxxxxx>

hi,
i tried to nmap a site and it said that the pings are blocked and i
had to use the '-PN' switch. well the result which i got was that all
the posts were open. though if i telnet to those posts, they appear to
be closed.
can that be done? fooling that all ports are open on the server if it
can be, then how?

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