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Re: JavaScript port scanning
From: "pdp (architect)" <pdp.gnucitizen () googlemail com>
Date: Wed, 2 Aug 2006 13:41:07 +0100

At the top of the web page I am mentioning that the scanning process
is not accurate... that's it, finito. you might get better results by
increasing the timeout value... give it something like 10000 or even
more. Still, it might not work! Take some time and go through the tiny
js file to see how it works.

BTW, you might have better luck with IE6.


On 8/2/06, TheGesus <thegesus () gmail com> wrote:
I tried this out on my test network (firefox, no proxy) and it
reported closed ports as being open, even silly ports like -1 and

Am I missing something?

BTW, I could not find an M to RTFM.

On 8/1/06, pdp (architect) <pdp.gnucitizen () googlemail com> wrote:
> Inspired by SPI Dynamics - tiny JavaScript port scanner
> http://www.gnucitizen.org/projects/javascript-port-scanner/
> --
> pdp (architect)
> http://www.gnucitizen.org

pdp (architect)

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