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RE: nmap: the definitive guide
From: "y0himba" <y0himba () technolounge org>
Date: Wed, 12 Oct 2005 10:35:17 -0400

Seconded.  If we get a third we can shoot him.  Now, weapon of choice? 

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ARG HTML SHOOT HIM

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From: hasklej () aol com
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Date: Wed, 12 Oct 2005 10:06:24 -0400
Subject: [Full-disclosure] nmap: the definitive guide


the next fyodor's book is for sale
come on #seksonline at irc.gigachat.net here the sommaire of th book !

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<DT
<A
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Preface</A
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<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
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Foreword</A
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What's Inside</A
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Style Conventions</A
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Examples</A
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Comments and Questions</A
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Acknowledgments</A
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<DT
1. <A
HREF="nmap-demos.html"
Getting Started with Nmap</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="nmap-demos.html#AEN51"
Introduction</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="nmap-overview-and-demos.html"
Nmap overview and demonstration</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="nmap-overview-and-demos.html#AEN68"
Avatar Online</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="nmap-overview-and-demos.html#AEN181"
Saving the Human Race</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="nmap-overview-and-demos.html#madhat-story"
MadHat in Wonderland</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
<DT
<A
HREF="legal-issues.html"
Legal issues</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="legal-issues.html#AEN242"
Is unauthorized port scanning a crime?</A </DT <DT <A
HREF="legal-issues.html#AEN318"
Can port scanning crash the target computer/networks?</A </DT <DT <A
HREF="legal-issues.html#AEN340"
Misc: Copyright, license, (lack of) warranty, export control
information</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
</DL
</DD
<DT
2. <A
HREF="nmap-install.html"
Obtaining, Installing, and Removing Nmap</A </DT <DD <DL <DT <A
HREF="nmap-install.html#AEN379"
Introduction</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="nmap-install.html#AEN382"
Testing whether Nmap is already installed</A </DT <DT <A
HREF="nmap-install.html#AEN400"
Verifying the integrity of Nmap downloads</A </DT <DT <A
HREF="nmap-install.html#nmap-interfaces"
Command-line and graphical interfaces</A </DT </DL </DD <DT <A
HREF="install-source.html"
UNIX Compilation and
installation from source code</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="install-source.html#AEN475"
Configure directives</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="install-source.html#AEN546"
If you encounter compilation problems</A </DT </DL </DD <DT <A
HREF="install-linux.html"
Linux Distributions</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="install-linux.html#AEN582"
RPM-based distributions (Red Hat, Mandrake, Suse, Fedora)</A </DT <DT 
<A
HREF="install-linux.html#AEN605"
Debian Linux</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="install-linux.html#AEN611"
Gentoo Linux</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="install-linux.html#AEN615"
Other Linux distributions</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
<DT
<A
HREF="install-windows.html"
Windows</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="install-windows.html#AEN635"
Command line .zip binaries</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="install-windows.html#nmap-intro-nmapwin"
Nmapwin</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="install-windows.html#AEN713"
Compile from source code</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
<DT
<A
HREF="install-solaris.html"
Sun Solaris</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="install-macosx.html"
Apple Mac OS X</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="install-bsd.html"
FreeBSD / OpenBSD / NetBSD</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="install-bsd.html#AEN804"
OpenBSD binary packages and source ports instructions</A </DT <DT <A
HREF="install-bsd.html#AEN832"
FreeBSD binary package and source ports instructions</A </DT <DT <A
HREF="install-bsd.html#AEN852"
NetBSD binary package instructions</A </DT </DL </DD <DT <A
HREF="install-other-platforms.html"
Amiga, HP-UX, IRIX, and Other Platforms</A </DT <DT <A
HREF="install-zaurus-pda.html"
[RECIPE] Installing Nmap on a PDA</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="install-zaurus-pda.html#AEN902"
Installing Nmap on the Zaurus</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="install-zaurus-pda.html#AEN947"
Using Nmap and NmapFE on the Zaurus</A </DT </DL </DD <DT <A
HREF="removing-nmap.html"
Removing Nmap</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
<DT
3. <A
HREF="host-enumeration.html"
Host Enumeration ("Ping Scanning")</A </DT <DD <DL <DT <A
HREF="host-enumeration.html#host-enumeration-intro"
Introduction</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="host-enumeration-specify-targets.html"
Specifying Target Hosts and Networks</A </DT <DT <A
HREF="host-enumeration-controls.html"
Host Enumeration Controls</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="host-enumeration-controls.html#AEN1005"
List Scan (<TT
CLASS="option"
-sL</TT
)</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="host-enumeration-controls.html#AEN1021"
Ping Scan (<TT
CLASS="option"
-sP</TT
)</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="host-enumeration-controls.html#host-enum-p0"
Disable Ping (<TT
CLASS="option"
-P0</TT
)</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
<DT
<A
HREF="host-enumeration-techniques.html"
Host Enumeration
Techniques</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="host-enumeration-techniques.html#AEN1060"
TCP SYN Ping (<TT
CLASS="option"
-PS[portlist]</TT
)</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="host-enumeration-techniques.html#AEN1077"
TCP ACK Ping (<TT
CLASS="option"
-PA[portlist]</TT
)</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="host-enumeration-techniques.html#AEN1101"
UDP Ping (<TT
CLASS="option"
-PU[portlist]</TT
)</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="host-enumeration-techniques.html#AEN1111"
ICMP Ping Types (<TT
CLASS="option"
-PE</TT
, <TT
CLASS="option"
-PP</TT
, and <TT
CLASS="option"
-PM</TT
)</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="host-enumeration-techniques.html#AEN1124"
Default Combination (<TT
CLASS="option"
-PB</TT
)</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="host-enumeration-techniques.html#AEN1131"
ARP Scan (<TT
CLASS="option"
-P?</TT
)</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
<DT
<A
HREF="host-enumeration-strategies.html"
Putting it All Together: Host Enumeration Strategies</A </DT <DD <DL 
<DT <A
HREF="host-enumeration-strategies.html#AEN1138"
Related Options</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="host-enumeration-strategies.html#AEN1225"
Choosing and Combining Ping Options</A </DT </DL </DD <DT <A
HREF="host-enumeration-find-ips.html"
Finding an Organization's IP addresses to Scan</A </DT <DT <A
HREF="host-enumeration-algorithms.html"
Host Enumeration Code Algorithms</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
<DT
4. <A
HREF="port-scanning.html"
Port Scanning Overview</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="port-scanning.html#port-scanning-intro"
Introduction to Port Scanning</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="port-scanning.html#port-scanning-port-intro"
What exactly is a port?</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="port-scanning.html#port-scanning-what-is-it"
What is port scanning?</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="port-scanning.html#port-scanning-why"
Why scan ports?</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
<DT
<A
HREF="port-scanning-tutorial.html"
A Quick Port Scanning Tutorial</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="port-scanning-options.html"
Command-line flags</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="port-scanning-options.html#port-scanning-options-scantypes"
Selecting scan techniques</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="port-scanning-options.html#port-scanning-options-ports"
Selecting ports to scan</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="port-scanning-options.html#port-scanning-options-timing"
Timing-related options</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="port-scanning-options.html#port-scanning-options-output"
Output format and verbosity options</A </DT <DT <A
HREF="port-scanning-options.html#port-scanning-options-firewall-ids-ev
asi
on"
Firewall and IDS evasion options</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="port-scanning-options.html#port-scanning-options-targets"
Specifying targets</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="port-scanning-options.html#port-scanning-options-misc"
Miscellaneous options</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
<DT
<A
HREF="port-scanning-ipv6.html"
IPv6 Scanning [<TT
CLASS="option"
-6</TT
]</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="recipe-find-open-port.html"
[RECIPE] Scanning a large network for a certain open TCP port</A </DT 
<DD <DL <DT <A
HREF="recipe-find-open-port.html#AEN1811"
Problem</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="recipe-find-open-port.html#AEN1814"
Solution</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="recipe-find-open-port.html#AEN1836"
Discussion</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="recipe-find-open-port.html#AEN1899"
See Also</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
</DL
</DD
<DT
5. <A
HREF="scan-methods.html"
Port Scanning Techniques and Algorithms</A </DT <DD <DL <DT <A
HREF="scan-methods.html#scan-methods-intro"
Introduction</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="scan-methods-syn-scan.html"
TCP SYN (Stealth) Scan</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="scan-methods-connect-scan.html"
TCP Connect() Scan</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="scan-methods-udp-scan.html"
UDP Scan</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="scan-methods-udp-scan.html#AEN2130"
Disambiguating open from filtered UDP ports</A </DT <DT <A
HREF="scan-methods-udp-scan.html#scan-methods-udp-optimizing"
Speeding up UDP scans</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
<DT
<A
HREF="scan-methods-null-fin-xmas-scan.html"
TCP Null, FIN, and Xmas Scans</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="scan-methods-custom-scanflags.html"
Custom scan types with <TT
CLASS="option"
--scanflags</TT
</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="scan-methods-custom-scanflags.html#scan-methods-custom-synfin"
Custom SYN/FIN scan</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="scan-methods-custom-scanflags.html#scan-methods-custom-psh"
PSH scan</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
<DT
<A
HREF="scan-methods-ack-scan.html"
TCP ACK Scan</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="scan-methods-window-scan.html"
TCP Window Scan</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="scan-methods-maimon-scan.html"
TCP Maimon Scan</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="scan-methods-idle-scan.html"
TCP Idle Scan</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="scan-methods-idle-scan.html#scan-methods-idle-scan-finding-zombies"

Finding a working idle scan zombie host</A </DT <DT <A
HREF="scan-methods-idle-scan.html#scan-methods-idle-scan-execution"
Executing an Idle scan</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="scan-methods-idle-scan.html#scan-methods-idle-scan-algorithms"
Idle scan implementation algorithms</A </DT </DL </DD <DT <A
HREF="scan-methods-ip-protocol-scan.html"
IP Protocol Scan</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="scan-methods-ftp-bounce-scan.html"
TCP FTP Bounce Scan</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="port-scanning-algorithms.html"
Scan Code and Algorithms</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="port-scanning-algorithms.html#AEN2636"
Network condition monitoring</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="port-scanning-algorithms.html#AEN2639"
Host and port parallelization</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="port-scanning-algorithms.html#AEN2648"
Round trip time estimation</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="port-scanning-algorithms.html#AEN2669"
Congestion control</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="port-scanning-algorithms.html#AEN2674"
Port scan pings</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="port-scanning-algorithms.html#AEN2678"
Inferred neighbor times</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="port-scanning-algorithms.html#AEN2682"
Adaptive retransmission</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="port-scanning-algorithms.html#AEN2685"
Scan delay</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
</DL
</DD
<DT
6. <A
HREF="scan-performance.html"
Optimizing Nmap Performance</A
</DT
<DT
7. <A
HREF="version-scan.html"
Service and Application Version Detection</A </DT <DD <DL <DT <A
HREF="version-scan.html#version-scan-intro"
Introduction</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="version-scan-examples.html"
Usage/Examples</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="version-scan-technique.html"
Technique Described</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="version-scan-technique-demo.html"
Technique Demonstrated</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="version-scan-post-processors.html"
Post-processors</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="version-scan-post-processors.html#version-detection-rpc"
RPC Grinding</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="version-scan-post-processors.html#AEN2888"
SSL Post-processor notes</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
<DT
<A
HREF="version-scan-fileformat.html"
<TT
CLASS="filename"
nmap-service-probes</TT
File Format</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="version-scan-fileformat.html#AEN2918"
The <TT
CLASS="literal"
Probe</TT
directive</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="version-scan-fileformat.html#AEN2959"
The <TT
CLASS="literal"
match</TT
directive</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="version-scan-fileformat.html#AEN3006"
The <TT
CLASS="literal"
softmatch</TT
directive</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="version-scan-fileformat.html#AEN3022"
The <TT
CLASS="literal"
ports</TT
and <TT
CLASS="literal"
sslports</TT
directives</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="version-scan-fileformat.html#AEN3049"
The <TT
CLASS="literal"
totalwaitms</TT
directive</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="version-scan-fileformat.html#version-scan-fileformat-example"
Putting it all together</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
<DT
<A
HREF="version-scan-community.html"
Community Contributions</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="version-detection-find-service-fast.html"
[RECIPE] Find all servers running an insecure or nonstandard version
of an application</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="version-detection-hack-it.html"
[RECIPE] Hack version detection to suit custom needs, such as open
proxy detection</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
<DT
8. <A
HREF="os-fingerprinting.html"
OS Fingerprinting</A
</DT
<DT
9. <A
HREF="defeating-firewalls-ids.html"
Detecting and Subverting Firewalls and Intrusion Detection Systems</A 
</DT <DD <DL <DT <A
HREF="defeating-firewalls-ids.html#firewalls-ids-intro"
Introduction</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="firewalls-ids-justification.html"
Why would whitehats ever do this?</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="determining-firewall-rules.html"
Determining Firewall Rules</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="determining-firewall-rules.html#AEN3144"
Standard SYN scan</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="determining-firewall-rules.html#defeating-firewalls-ids-ackscan"
ACK scan</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="determining-firewall-rules.html#defeating-firewalls-ipid-tricks"
IPID tricks</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="determining-firewall-rules.html#AEN3228"
UDP version scanning</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
<DT
<A
HREF="firewall-subversion.html"
Bypassing Firewall Rules</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="firewall-subversion.html#AEN3247"
Exotic scan flags</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="firewall-subversion.html#defeating-firewalls-source-port"
Source port manipulation</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="firewall-subversion.html#defeating-firewalls-ipv6"
IPv6 attacks</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="firewall-subversion.html#AEN3285"
IPID Idle Scanning</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="firewall-subversion.html#AEN3289"
Multiple ping probes</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="firewall-subversion.html#defeating-firewalls-fragmentation"
Fragmentation</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="firewall-subversion.html#AEN3299"
Proxies</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="firewall-subversion.html#AEN3306"
Source routing</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="firewall-subversion.html#AEN3311"
FTP Bounce Scan</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="firewall-subversion.html#AEN3319"
Take an alternative path</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
<DT
<A
HREF="subvert-ids.html"
Subverting Intrusion Detection Systems</A </DT <DD <DL <DT <A
HREF="subvert-ids.html#AEN3326"
Intrusion detection system detection</A </DT <DT <A
HREF="subvert-ids.html#AEN3363"
Avoiding intrusion detection systems</A </DT <DT <A
HREF="subvert-ids.html#AEN3433"
Misleading intrusion detection systems</A </DT <DT <A
HREF="subvert-ids.html#AEN3468"
Exploiting intrusion detection systems</A </DT <DT <A
HREF="subvert-ids.html#AEN3472"
Ignoring intrusion detection systems</A </DT </DL </DD <DT <A
HREF="firewall-ids-packet-forgery.html"
Detecting packet forgery by firewall and intrusion detection 
systems</A </DT <DD <DL <DT <A
HREF="firewall-ids-packet-forgery.html#AEN3484"
Look for TTL consistency</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="firewall-ids-packet-forgery.html#AEN3502"
Look for IPID and sequence number consistency</A </DT <DT <A
HREF="firewall-ids-packet-forgery.html#AEN3521"
The Bogus Checksum trick</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="firewall-ids-packet-forgery.html#AEN3525"
Close Analysis of packet headers and contents</A </DT <DT <A
HREF="firewall-ids-packet-forgery.html#AEN3528"
Unusual network uniformity</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
</DL
</DD
<DT
10. <A
HREF="defending-against-nmap.html"
Defenses against Nmap</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="defending-against-nmap.html#nmap-defenses-intro"
Introduction</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="nmap-defenses-proactive-scanning.html"
Proactive Scanning</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="nmap-defenses-firewalls.html"
Blocking and Slowing Nmap with Firewalls</A </DT <DT <A
HREF="nmap-defenses-detection.html"
Detecting Nmap Scans</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="nmap-defenses-trickery.html"
Clever Trickery</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="nmap-defenses-trickery.html#AEN3573"
Hiding Services on Obscure Ports</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="nmap-defenses-trickery.html#AEN3582"
Port knocking</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="nmap-defenses-trickery.html#AEN3597"
Honeypots and Honeynets</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="nmap-defenses-trickery.html#AEN3601"
OS Spoofing</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="nmap-defenses-trickery.html#AEN3624"
Tar pits</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="nmap-defenses-trickery.html#nmap-defense-reactive-port-sentry"
Reactive port scan detection</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="nmap-defenses-trickery.html#AEN3632"
Escalating arms race</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
</DL
</DD
<DT
11. <A
HREF="output-formats.html"
Nmap Output Formats</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="output-formats.html#output-formats-intro"
Introduction</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="output-formats-commandline-flags.html"
Command-line flags</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="output-formats-commandline-flags.html#output-formats-flags-type"
Controlling output type</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="output-formats-commandline-flags.html#output-formats-flags-verbo
sit
y"
Controlling verbosity of output</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="output-formats-commandline-flags.html#output-formats-flags-debug
gin
g"
Enabling debugging output</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="output-formats-commandline-flags.html#output-formats-flags-packe
t-t
race"
Enabling packet tracing</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="output-formats-commandline-flags.html#output-formats-flags-resume"
Resuming canceled scans</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
<DT
<A
HREF="output-formats-interactive.html"
Interactive output</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="output-formats-normal-output.html"
Normal output (<TT
CLASS="option"
-oN</TT
)</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="output-formats-script-kiddie.html"
$crIpT kIddI3 0uTPut (<TT
CLASS="option"
-oS</TT
)</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="output-formats-xml-output.html"
XML output (<TT
CLASS="option"
-oX</TT
)</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="output-formats-xml-output.html#output-formats-xml-usage"
Using XML Output</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
<DT
<A
HREF="output-formats-xml-with-perl.html"
Manipulating XML output with Perl</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="output-formats-output-to-database.html"
Output to a database</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="output-formats-output-to-html.html"
Creating HTML reports</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="output-formats-grepable-output.html"
Grepable output (<TT
CLASS="option"
-oG</TT
)</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="output-formats-grepable-output.html#output-formats-grepable-fields"

Grepable output fields</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="output-formats-grepable-output.html#output-formats-grepable-comm
and
line-parsing"
Parsing grepable output on the command line</A </DT </DL </DD </DL 
</DD <DT 12. <A
HREF="data-files.html"
Understanding and Customizing Nmap Data Files</A </DT <DD <DL <DT <A
HREF="data-files.html#data-files-intro"
Introduction</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="nmap-services.html"
<TT
CLASS="filename"
nmap-services</TT
</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="nmap-service-probes.html"
<TT
CLASS="filename"
nmap-service-probes</TT
</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="nmap-rpc.html"
<TT
CLASS="filename"
nmap-rpc</TT
</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="nmap-os-fingerprints.html"
<TT
CLASS="filename"
nmap-os-fingerprints</TT
</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="nmap-mac-prefixes.html"
<TT
CLASS="filename"
nmap-mac-prefixes</TT
</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="nmap-protocols.html"
<TT
CLASS="filename"
nmap-protocols</TT
</A
</DT
<DT
<A
HREF="data-files-replacing-data-files.html"
<TT
CLASS="filename"
Using
Customized Data Files</TT
</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
<DT
13. <A
HREF="cookbook.html"
Nmap Cookbook</A
</DT
<DT
14. <A
HREF="nmap-history-future.html"
The History and Future of Nmap</A
</DT
<DT
15. <A
HREF="reference-guide.html"
Nmap Reference Guide</A
</DT
<DT
A. <A
HREF="app-nmap-dtd.html"
Nmap XML Output DTD</A
</DT
<DD
<DL
<DT
<A
HREF="app-nmap-dtd.html#AEN4302"
</A
</DT
</DL
</DD
<DT
B. <A
HREF="complementary-tools.html"
Appendix A: Complementary Tools</A
</DT
</DL
</DIV
<DIV
CLASS="LOT"
<DL
CLASS="LOT"
<DT
<B
List of Tables</B
</DT
<DT
2-1. <A
HREF="install-zaurus-pda.html#AEN868"
The Sharp Zaurus is an excellent platform for highly mobile
 security applications</A
</DT
<DT
3-1. <A
HREF="host-enumeration-strategies.html#host-enumeration-tbl-popular-tc
p-p
orts"
Valuable TCP
probe ports, in descending order of accessibility.</A
</DT
<DT
5-1. <A
HREF="scan-methods.html#scan-methods-tbl-icmp-unreachable-codes"
ICMP destination unreachable (type 3) code values</A </DT <DT 5-2. <A
HREF="scan-methods-syn-scan.html#scan-methods-tbl-syn-scan-responses"
How Nmap interprets responses to a SYN probe</A </DT <DT 5-3. <A
HREF="scan-methods-udp-scan.html#scan-methods-tbl-udp-scan-responses"
How Nmap interprets responses to a UDP probe</A </DT <DT 5-4. <A
HREF="scan-methods-null-fin-xmas-scan.html#scan-methods-tbl-nullfinxma
s-s
can-responses"
How Nmap interprets responses to a Null, FIN, or Xmas scan probe</A 
</DT <DT 5-5. <A
HREF="scan-methods-ack-scan.html#scan-methods-tbl-ack-scan-responses"
How Nmap interprets responses to an ACK scan probe</A </DT <DT 5-6. 
<A
HREF="scan-methods-window-scan.html#scan-methods-tbl-window-scan-respo
nse
s"
How Nmap interprets responses to a Window scan ACK probe</A
</DT
<DT
5-7. <A
HREF="scan-methods-maimon-scan.html#scan-methods-tbl-maimon-scan-response
s"
How Nmap interprets responses to a Maimon scan probe</A
</DT
<DT
5-8. <A
HREF="scan-methods-ip-protocol-scan.html#scan-methods-tbl-protocol-scan-r
esponses"
How Nmap interprets responses to an IP protocol probe</A
</DT
</DL
</DIV
<DIV
CLASS="LOT"
<DL
CLASS="LOT"
<DT
<B
List of Figures</B
</DT
<DT
1-1. <A
HREF="nmap-overview-and-demos.html#AEN183"
Trinity begins her assault</A
</DT
<DT
1-2. <A
HREF="nmap-overview-and-demos.html#AEN197"
Trinity Scans the Matrix</A
</DT
<DT
1-3. <A
HREF="nmap-overview-and-demos.html#AEN202"
Terminal-view of the hack</A
</DT
<DT
1-4. <A
HREF="legal-issues.html#AEN248"
Strong opinions on port scanning legality and morality</A
</DT
<DT
2-1. <A
HREF="nmap-install.html#fig-nmapfe-demo"
NmapFE presents a simple graphical interface to Nmap</A
</DT
<DT
2-2. <A
HREF="install-windows.html#fig-windows-cmdshell-exec"
Executing Nmap from a Windows command shell</A
</DT
<DT
2-3. <A
HREF="install-windows.html#fig-nmapwin-demo"
NmapWin provides a slick Windows interface to Nmap</A
</DT
<DT
2-4. <A
HREF="install-zaurus-pda.html#fig-nmap-install-zaurus-slc760"
The Sharp Zaurus SL-C760 PDA</A
</DT
<DT
2-5. <A
HREF="install-zaurus-pda.html#fig-nmap-install-zaurus-slc760-running-nmap
"
The SL-C760 executing Nmap in a terminal window</A
</DT
<DT
4-1. <A
HREF="port-scanning.html#fig-ip-header"
IPv4 Header Layout</A
</DT
<DT
4-2. <A
HREF="port-scanning.html#fig-tcp-header"
TCP Header Layout</A
</DT
<DT
4-3. <A
HREF="port-scanning.html#fig-udp-header"
UDP Header Layout</A
</DT
<DT
5-1. <A
HREF="scan-methods.html#scan-methods-fig-icmp-unreachable-header"
ICMPv4 Destination Unreachable Header Layout</A
</DT
<DT
5-2. <A
HREF="scan-methods-syn-scan.html#scan-methods-fig-syn-scan-open"
SYN scan of open port 22</A
</DT
<DT
5-3. <A
HREF="scan-methods-syn-scan.html#scan-methods-fig-syn-scan-closed"
SYN scan of closed port 113</A
</DT
<DT
5-4. <A
HREF="scan-methods-syn-scan.html#scan-methods-fig-syn-scan-filtered"
SYN scan of filtered port 139</A
</DT
<DT
5-5. <A
HREF="scan-methods-connect-scan.html#scan-methods-fig-connect-scan-open"
Connect scan of open port 22 (<B
CLASS="command"
nmap -sT -p22 scanme.nmap.org</B
)</A
</DT
<DT
5-6. <A
HREF="scan-methods-idle-scan.html#scan-methods-fig-idle-scan"
Idle Scan Technique (Simplified)</A
</DT
<DT
9-1. <A
HREF="subvert-ids.html#fig-blackice-your-mother"
BlackIce discovers an unusual intruder</A
</DT
<DT
9-2. <A
HREF="subvert-ids.html#fig-blackice-decoys"
An attacker masked by dozens of decoys</A
</DT
<DT
11-1. <A
HREF="output-formats-xml-output.html#output-formats-fig-xml-browser"
Reading XML in a web browser</A
</DT
</DL
</DIV
<DIV
CLASS="LOT"
<DL
CLASS="LOT"
<DT
<B
List of Examples</B
</DT
<DT
1-1. <A
HREF="nmap-overview-and-demos.html#ex-felix-list-scan"
Nmap list scan against Avatar Online IP addresses</A
</DT
<DT
1-2. <A
HREF="nmap-overview-and-demos.html#ex-felix-scan1"
Nmap results against an AO firewall</A
</DT
<DT
1-3. <A
HREF="nmap-overview-and-demos.html#ex-felix-scan2"
Another interesting AO machine</A
</DT
<DT
1-4. <A
HREF="nmap-overview-and-demos.html#ex-madhat-nmap-diff"
Nmap-diff typical output</A
</DT
<DT
1-5. <A
HREF="nmap-overview-and-demos.html#ex-madhat-nmap-report"
Nmap-report execution</A
</DT
<DT
2-1. <A
HREF="nmap-install.html#ex-checking-for-nmap"
Checking for Nmap and determining its version number</A
</DT
<DT
2-2. <A
HREF="nmap-install.html#ex-verify-nmap-checksum"
Verifying the Nmap download checksum</A
</DT
<DT
2-3. <A
HREF="install-linux.html#ex-nmap-install-from-rpms"
Installing Nmap from binary RPMs</A
</DT
<DT
2-4. <A
HREF="install-linux.html#ex-nmap-install-from-srpms"
Building and installing Nmap from source RPMs</A
</DT
<DT
3-1. <A
HREF="host-enumeration-controls.html#host-enumeration-ex-listscan"
Enumerating hosts surrounding WWW.Stanford.Edu with list scan</A
</DT
<DT
3-2. <A
HREF="host-enumeration-techniques.html#host-enumeration-ex-ping2"
Attempts to ping popular
Internet hosts</A
</DT
<DT
3-3. <A
HREF="host-enumeration-techniques.html#host-enumeration-ex-synping"
Retry Host Enumeration using port 80 SYN probes</A
</DT
<DT
3-4. <A
HREF="host-enumeration-techniques.html#host-enumeration-ex-msackping"
Attempted ACK ping against Microsoft</A
</DT
<DT
3-5. <A
HREF="host-enumeration-strategies.html#host-enumeration-ex-defaultrandomp
ing"
Generating 50,000 IP Addresses, then ping scanning with default 
options</A
</DT
<DT
3-6. <A
HREF="host-enumeration-strategies.html#host-enumeration-ex-extensiverando
mping"
Repeating
ping scan with extra probes</A
</DT
<DT
4-1. <A
HREF="port-scanning.html#port-scanning-change-ephemeral-range"
Viewing and increasing the ephemeral port range on Linux</A
</DT
<DT
4-2. <A
HREF="port-scanning-tutorial.html#port-scanning-tutorial-nmap1"
Simple scan: nmap scanme.nmap.org</A
</DT
<DT
4-3. <A
HREF="port-scanning-tutorial.html#port-scanning-tutorial-nmap2"
More complex: nmap -p0- -v -A -T4 scanme.nmap.org</A
</DT
<DT
4-4. <A
HREF="port-scanning-ipv6.html#port-scanning-ex-ipv6"
A simple IPv6 scan</A
</DT
<DT
4-5. <A
HREF="recipe-find-open-port.html#port-scanning-ex-whois-playboy"
Discovering Playboy's IP space</A
</DT
<DT
4-6. <A
HREF="recipe-find-open-port.html#port-scanning-ex-www-playboy-ping"
Pinging Playboy's Web Server for a Latency Estimate</A
</DT
<DT
4-7. <A
HREF="recipe-find-open-port.html#port-scanning-ex-www-playboy-dig"
Digging through Playboy's DNS records</A
</DT
<DT
4-8. <A
HREF="recipe-find-open-port.html#port-scanning-ex-www-playboy-mxping"
Pinging the MX servers</A
</DT
<DT
4-9. <A
HREF="recipe-find-open-port.html#port-scanning-ex-playboy-mxping-tcp"
TCP Pinging the MX servers</A
</DT
<DT
4-10. <A
HREF="recipe-find-open-port.html#port-scanning-ex-playboy-port80-scan"
Launching the scan</A
</DT
<DT
4-11. <A
HREF="recipe-find-open-port.html#port-scanning-ex-playboy-port80-grep"
Egrep for open ports</A
</DT
<DT
5-1. <A
HREF="scan-methods-syn-scan.html#scan-methods-ex-syn-scan"
A SYN Scan showing three port states</A
</DT
<DT
5-2. <A
HREF="scan-methods-syn-scan.html#scan-methods-ex-synscan-packettrace"
Using <TT
CLASS="option"
--packet_trace</TT
to understand a SYN scan</A
</DT
<DT
5-3. <A
HREF="scan-methods-connect-scan.html#scan-methods-ex-connectscan-scanme"
Connect scan example</A
</DT
<DT
5-4. <A
HREF="scan-methods-udp-scan.html#scan-methods-ex-udpscan-felix"
UDP scan example</A
</DT
<DT
5-5. <A
HREF="scan-methods-udp-scan.html#scan-methods-ex-udpscan-scanme"
UDP scan example</A
</DT
<DT
5-6. <A
HREF="scan-methods-udp-scan.html#scan-methods-ex-udpscan-felix2"
Improving Felix's UDP scan results with version detection</A
</DT
<DT
5-7. <A
HREF="scan-methods-udp-scan.html#scan-methods-ex-udpscan-scanme2"
Improving Scanme's UDP scan results with version detection</A
</DT
<DT
5-8. <A
HREF="scan-methods-udp-scan.html#scan-methods-ex-rtt-trick"
Attempting to disambiguate UDP ports with TTL discrepancies</A
</DT
<DT
5-9. <A
HREF="scan-methods-null-fin-xmas-scan.html#scan-methods-ex-fin-xmas-scan"

Example FIN and Xmas scans</A
</DT
<DT
5-10. <A
HREF="scan-methods-null-fin-xmas-scan.html#scan-methods-ex-sco-syn-scan"
SYN scan of docsrv.caldera.com</A
</DT
<DT
5-11. <A
HREF="scan-methods-null-fin-xmas-scan.html#scan-methods-ex-sco-fin-scan"
FIN scan of docsrv.caldera.com</A
</DT
<DT
5-12. <A
HREF="scan-methods-custom-scanflags.html#scan-methods-ex-custom-synfin-sc
an"
A SYN/FIN scan of Google</A
</DT
<DT
5-13. <A
HREF="scan-methods-custom-scanflags.html#scan-methods-ex-custom-psh-scan"

A custom PSH scan</A
</DT
<DT
5-14. <A
HREF="scan-methods-ack-scan.html#scan-methods-ex-ack-scan"
A Typical ACK Scan</A
</DT
<DT
5-15. <A
HREF="scan-methods-ack-scan.html#scan-methods-ex-sco-ack-scan"
An ACK scan of Docsrv</A
</DT
<DT
5-16. <A
HREF="scan-methods-window-scan.html#scan-methods-ex-sco-window-scan"
Window scan of docsrv.caldera.com</A
</DT
<DT
5-17. <A
HREF="scan-methods-maimon-scan.html#scan-methods-ex-maimon-scan"
A failed Maimon scan</A
</DT
<DT
5-18. <A
HREF="scan-methods-idle-scan.html#scan-methods-ex-idle-scan"
An Idle scan against the RIAA</A
</DT
<DT
5-19. <A
HREF="scan-methods-idle-scan.html#scan-methods-ex-ipid-trace"
IPID scan packet trace</A
</DT
<DT
5-20. <A
HREF="scan-methods-ip-protocol-scan.html#scan-methods-ex-protocol-scanme"

IP protocol scan of a router and a typical Linux 2.4 box</A
</DT
<DT
5-21. <A
HREF="scan-methods-ftp-bounce-scan.html#scan-methods-ex-ftp-bounce-fixed"

Attempting an FTP bounce scan</A
</DT
<DT
5-22. <A
HREF="scan-methods-ftp-bounce-scan.html#scan-methods-ftp-bounce-working"
Successful FTP bounce scan</A
</DT
<DT
7-1. <A
HREF="version-scan.html#ex-version-detection-scan1"
Simple usage of version detection</A
</DT
<DT
7-2. <A
HREF="version-scan-examples.html#ex-version-detection-scan2"
Version detection against WWW.Microsoft.Com</A
</DT
<DT
7-3. <A
HREF="version-scan-examples.html#ex-version-detection-scan3"
Complex version detection</A
</DT
<DT
7-4. <A
HREF="version-scan-technique-demo.html#ex-version-detection-trace"
Detailed trace of version detection</A
</DT
<DT
7-5. <A
HREF="version-scan-post-processors.html#ex-version-detection-rpcinfo"
Enumerating RPC services with rpcinfo</A
</DT
<DT
7-6. <A
HREF="version-scan-post-processors.html#ex-version-detection-rpcscan"
<SPAN
CLASS="application"
Nmap</SPAN
direct RPC scan</A
</DT
<DT
7-7. <A
HREF="version-scan-post-processors.html#ex-version-detection-ssl"
Version scanning through SSL</A
</DT
<DT
9-1. <A
HREF="determining-firewall-rules.html#defeating-firewalls-ids-standardsyn
"
Detection of closed and filtered TCP ports</A
</DT
<DT
9-2. <A
HREF="determining-firewall-rules.html#defeating-firewalls-ids-ackscan-sca
nme"
ACK scan against Scanme</A
</DT
<DT
9-3. <A
HREF="determining-firewall-rules.html#defeating-firewalls-ids-scans-para"

Contrasting SYN and ACK scans against Para</A
</DT
<DT
9-4. <A
HREF="determining-firewall-rules.html#defeating-firewalls-udp-scan"
UDP scan against firewalled host</A
</DT
<DT
9-5. <A
HREF="determining-firewall-rules.html#defeating-firewalls-udp-version-sca
n"
UDP version scan against firewalled host</A
</DT
<DT
9-6. <A
HREF="firewall-subversion.html#defeating-firewalls-fin-scan"
FIN scan against stateless firewall</A
</DT
<DT
9-7. <A
HREF="firewall-subversion.html#defeating-firewalls-sourceport88"
Bypassing Windows IPsec filter using source port 88</A
</DT
<DT
9-8. <A
HREF="firewall-subversion.html#defeating-firewalls-ex-ipv6"
Comparing IPv4 and IPv6 scans</A
</DT
<DT
9-9. <A
HREF="firewall-subversion.html#defeating-firewalls-ftpbounce-working"
Exploiting
a printer with the FTP bounce scan</A
</DT
<DT
9-10. <A
HREF="subvert-ids.html#defeating-ids-bugzilla-secfocus"
Host names can be deceiving</A
</DT
<DT
9-11. <A
HREF="subvert-ids.html#ex-traceroute-jump"
Noting TTL gaps with traceroute</A
</DT
<DT
9-12. <A
HREF="subvert-ids.html#defeating-ids-slow-nmap-scan"
Slow scan to
bypass the default Snort 2.2.0 Flow-portscan fixed time scan detection
method</A
</DT
<DT
9-13. <A
HREF="subvert-ids.html#defeating-ids-snortrules"
Default Snort rules referencing Nmap</A
</DT
<DT
9-14. <A
HREF="firewall-ids-packet-forgery.html#defeating-firewalls-ids-customtrac
eroute"
Detection of closed and filtered TCP ports</A
</DT
<DT
9-15. <A
HREF="firewall-ids-packet-forgery.html#defeating-firewalls-ids-ipid-ms"
Testing IPID sequence number consistency</A
</DT
<DT
10-1. <A
HREF="nmap-defenses-trickery.html#ex-defending-against-nmap-obscureports"

An all-tcp-port version scan</A
</DT
<DT
10-2. <A
HREF="nmap-defenses-trickery.html#ex-defending-against-nmap-ippersonality
"
Deceiving Nmap with IP Personality</A
</DT
<DT
11-1. <A
HREF="output-formats.html#output-formats-ex-scanrand"
Scanrand output against a local network</A
</DT
<DT
11-2. <A
HREF="output-formats-commandline-flags.html#output-formats-ex-grep-verbos
e"
Greping for verbosity conditionals</A
</DT
<DT
11-3. <A
HREF="output-formats-commandline-flags.html#output-formats-ex-verbose"
A comparison of interactive output with and without verbosity 
enabled.</A
</DT
<DT
11-4. <A
HREF="output-formats-commandline-flags.html#output-formats-ex-sample-debu
gging"
Some representative debugging lines</A
</DT
<DT
11-5. <A
HREF="output-formats-commandline-flags.html#output-formats-ex-packettrace
"
Using <TT
CLASS="option"
--packet_trace</TT
to detail a ping scan of Scanme</A
</DT
<DT
11-6. <A
HREF="output-formats-normal-output.html#output-formats-ex-normal"
A typical example of normal output</A
</DT
<DT
11-7. <A
HREF="output-formats-script-kiddie.html#output-formats-ex-script-kiddie"
A typical example of $crIpt KiDDi3 0utPut</A
</DT
<DT
11-8. <A
HREF="output-formats-xml-output.html#output-formats-xml"
An example of Nmap XML output</A
</DT
<DT
11-9. <A
HREF="output-formats-xml-output.html#output-formats-xml-port-elements"
Nmap XML port elements</A
</DT
<DT
11-10. <A
HREF="output-formats-xml-with-perl.html#output-formats-ex-nmap-parser"
Nmap::Parser sample code</A
</DT
<DT
11-11. <A
HREF="output-formats-xml-with-perl.html#output-formats-ex-nmap-scanner"
Nmap::Scanner sample code</A
</DT
<DT
11-12. <A
HREF="output-formats-grepable-output.html#output-formats-ex-grepable-scan
me"
A typical example of grepable output</A
</DT
<DT
11-13. <A
HREF="output-formats-grepable-output.html#output-formats-ex-grepable-prot
ocol-scanme"
Grepable output for IP protocol scan</A
</DT
<DT
11-14. <A
HREF="output-formats-grepable-output.html#output-formats-ex-grepable-ping
scan"
Ping scan grepable output</A
</DT
<DT
11-15. <A
HREF="output-formats-grepable-output.html#output-formats-ex-grepable-list
scan"
List scan grepable output</A
</DT
<DT
11-16. <A
HREF="output-formats-grepable-output.html#output-formats-ex-grepable-comm
andline"
Parsing grepable output on the command line</A
</DT
<DT
12-1. <A
HREF="nmap-services.html#data-files-nmap-services-file"
Excerpt from <TT
CLASS="filename"
nmap-services</TT
</A
</DT
<DT
12-2. <A
HREF="nmap-service-probes.html#data-files-nmap-service-probes-file"
Excerpt from <TT
CLASS="filename"
nmap-service-probes</TT
</A
</DT
<DT
12-3. <A
HREF="nmap-rpc.html#data-files-nmap-rpc-file"
Excerpt from <TT
CLASS="filename"
nmap-rpc</TT
</A
</DT
<DT
12-4. <A
HREF="nmap-os-fingerprints.html#data-files-nmap-os-fingerprints-file"
Excerpt from <TT
CLASS="filename"
nmap-os-fingerprints</TT
</A
</DT
<DT
12-5. <A
HREF="nmap-mac-prefixes.html#data-files-nmap-mac-prefixes-file"
Excerpt from <TT
CLASS="filename"
nmap-mac-prefixes</TT
</A
</DT
<DT
12-6. <A
HREF="nmap-protocols.html#data-files-nmap-protocols-file"
Excerpt from <TT
CLASS="filename"
nmap-protocols</TT
</A
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