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Re: Mobile devices fingerprinting
From: Subhankar Rj <subhankar.rj () gmail com>
Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2014 22:15:13 +0530

Hi,

Okay thanks for the clarification. Such a feature wont be required
explicitly then.

Thanks

On Monday, 10 March 2014, Israel Leiva <israel.leiva () usach cl> wrote:
Hi.
A simple scan of my local network (with -O) detected my android cellphone
and its manufacturer. It didn't gave me specific OS details, though.

2014-03-09 14:18 GMT-03:00 Subhankar Rj <subhankar.rj () gmail com>:

Hi,

Since my last mail didn't get any response either cause my idea was too
stupid or cause no one read my mail so I am gonna try once again as I
think
this is a good feature Nmap could have.

Is it presently possible by using some strange combination of parameters
to
detect the make and OS of a mobile device using Nmap ? I don't think its
possible.

I am thinking of combining passive scanning along with other known
methods
to introduce mobile device fingerprinting in Nmap.
Tricky part is mobile devices don't listen to any port but there are
other
ways to detect them.

Before doing further research I would like to know your opinion weather
it
is worthwhile or an unrequited feature.

Thanks,
Subhankar
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