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From: Bradley Kite <bradley () deathsgate demon co uk>
Date: Sat, 8 Jun 2002 17:44:07 +0100

Hi everybody.

I'm considering adding a 'wide-scan' option to nmap,
so that instead of scanning all ports on each host,
then moving to the next host (a deep scan) it will
scan port 1 on all hosts, and then move to port 2
(well it will actually move through the user-supplied
port list but you get my meaning...)

I think that it will provide increased paralellism(?)
when scanning a lot of hosts with paranoid (-T) timing options
because while you are waiting, you can scan other hosts.

The down side is that it will require a lot more memory,
but you can get around this by reducing the number of ports
you want to scan.

Comments/Suggestions requested.

Regards
-- 
Bradley.
pgp key: http://www.deathsgate.demon.co.uk/bradley.key.asc


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