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NMAP 4.00: Strange behavior on Win32(XP)
From: Deston High <mqx () low-axs net>
Date: Sat, 04 Feb 2006 11:16:03 +0100
Hello NMAP Hacker,
Something is really strange when trying to prob any host with the new
I ALLWAYS get, depending on the commandline options:
80/tcp filtered http
all ports are open|filtered
and so on ...
command line used: nmap -v -p80 -P0 www.google.de (for example)
I tryed almost all command line options and variants!
So, it isn't possible to do a service scan at all.
My OS: Windows XP (SP2) German
Then i have to ask another question. My firewall (kerio personal
firewall) report outgoing connections from "system".
I have to disable the firewall to get the scan working or i have to
allow ANY packet to be send (very annoying !).
Isn't there a way to bind the outgoing traffic to nmap, so i can make a
rule ? ...like bind the port which is used to send the packets...
something like a "fake-bind" ^^. (I know this works, because I myself
coded a syn-scanner and used this to make it working with software
Some really nice thing added to version 4.00!
Looking forward to the next NMAP version and to get it working!
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- NMAP 4.00: Strange behavior on Win32(XP) Deston High (Feb 04)