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Difficult Nmap Question from IRC
From: doug () hcsw org
Date: Tue, 13 May 2008 20:14:47 -0700

Hey all,

Somebody had a tough question on IRC a few minutes ago. Let's
say you have a list of 10000 proxy servers (or torrent clients
or whatever) along with the specific port that proxy is thought
to be listening on. Is there any way to feed Nmap a list of
host/port pairs, instead of having Nmap scan each host with the
same port list? Assume that invoking Nmap separately for each
target is too inefficient.

Somebody brainstormed having a special -i mode, maybe -iP or
something that accepts input like this:

1.2.3.4:1234
2.3.4.5:9876
3.4.5.6:5555
etc

Doug

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