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LANguard scan results
From: "Newberry, Julie S" <Newberry () uthscsa edu>
Date: Thu, 2 Dec 2004 13:34:40 -0600
I just got the new version of GFI LANguard. When I scan it says that
every computer has TCP port 80, 119, 1080, and 8080 is open. When I
scan with several other tools I get different and more accurate results.
These ports do not appear to actually be open. Does anyone know how to
prevent LANguard from reporting these inaccurate results?
From: Nathaniel Hall [mailto:halln () otc edu]
Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 2004 8:59 PM
To: petreski () ksu edu
Cc: security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: Re: Win95 detection
I know that GFI LANguard can determine the difference between XP and
2000 machines. I believe that it will detect 95/98/ME too. The biggest
problem is that it is expensive. They do, however, offer a demo version
that will let you scan up to 25 machines at a time. Take a look at
Nathaniel Hall, GSEC
Intrusion Detection and Firewall Technician
Ozarks Technical Community College -- Office of Computer Networking
halln () otc edu
Trevor Cushen wrote:
Have you tried a login script to do the job for you? Kix32 is perfect
for this job.
From: Samuel Petreski [mailto:petreski () ksu edu]
Sent: 30 November 2004 21:53
To: security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: Win95 detection
I have been given the task to scan for hosts that are running Windows
the network. I have tried scanning with Nmap and Nessus, however they
distinguish the hosts between 95/98/ME. I was wondering if anyone has
across a tool that is able to detect Win95 hosts on the network.
Thanks for your help.
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