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Re: Looking at the windows 64 sockets allowed bug.
From: Fyodor <fyodor () insecure org>
Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2012 13:04:49 -0700
On Mon, Jun 25, 2012 at 03:44:13PM -0400, James Rogers wrote:
What is the preferred version of Windows you would like nmap
developers to develop on? I have Windows 7 and XP.
Hi James. There's not really a preferred version, as having
developers use different versions can actually help. Most of us use
Windos 7 by now, but Windows XP SP2 and later is fine. Older versions
can help catch compatability problems.
Of course it is even better to test on both (I keep Windows 7 and
Windows XP VMs around for testing).
What tools do we use to compile nmap under windows? I have an older
version of visual studio on the XP machine.
We have details and instructions here:
What are the best command line options to exercise 1000 ports on a
I guess it depends what your goals are for the scan. A plain "nmap
<target>" command will scan 1,000 ports on the target machine. But
you can also add options like -A to make the scan more intense.
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