Re: multi-threaded scanning suggestion
Did I mention I found hummingbird? It does what I'm after. Take a look at it.
Thanks again :)
very useful tool. Thanks for making this free.
multi-threaded scanning suggestion
At one time there was a nice little utility that scanned with two
threads. (and was very fast!) one thread would transmit, and
the other would log open ports as soon as they were
received. It used a touch of crypto to ensure it wasn't
receiving spoofs. scanning from two machines (or more)
would be a neat trick as well, as all the traffic initiators could
scan in behalf of the listener, and the listiner would log any
ports that were open matching the crypto signature.
Due to port speed scanning limitations and throttoling
requirments, you can scan one port on multiple hosts until
you've exausted all hosts, then scan for another port. This
lessens the need for throttoling.
I'd say mention my name somewhere, but I'm sure nmap has
a zillion contruibitors by now.
Re: The coolest tool for Linux!
Thanks, I am glad you find Nmap useful! I agree that an explicit field for command-line arguments would be valuable. But for now, sticking them in the "Target(s)" field works fine. Newer versions of NmapFE also support a larger selection of Nmap arguments, making this less-often necessary. And of course you can always use the standard command-line version of Nmap for custom commands.
The coolest tool for Linux!
I like it very much, haven't found nothing better since now!!
A suggestion: please add a command line textbox in the GUI version,
because many options are not accessible through nmapfe.
Thanks a lot, you're the best!! :-)
Re: good scanner
> Thanks! And good idea, --without-nmapfe
> has been added.
But I can't download it from your website
Re: good scanner
Thanks! And good idea, --without-nmapfe has been added.
I like it ! it works very good, stable, secure and a lot of things.
This is the best, most flexible and featured open-source port
scanner currently available. Please add a --without-nmapfe
option to the configure script.
An open, cross-platform journaling program.
A scientific plotting package.