port scanner

  1. What is a Port Scan ?

    A port scan is one of the fundamental technique that is used to identify the open doors or weak-points in a network. Network admins use this to discover the potential vulnerabilities by sending packets to specific ports and analyze response. You can use tools like IP scanning, Nmap, Netcat, etc...
  2. How Port Scanning Works ? Port Scanning TCP & UDP Explained

    Identifying open ports on a target system is extremely important step to defining the attack surface of a target system. Open ports correspond to the networked services that are running on a system. Programming errors or implementation flaws can make these services susceptible to security...
  3. Scan Open Ports Using Ss, Netstat, Lsof And Nmap

    A network is compromised of systems with addresses and on those systems you have services. That address is called an “IP Address” and the Service could be many things but is basically software that is running on the system and accessible over the network on a port number. Here are some common...
  4. Online Port Scanning - Top 5 Resources

    In the context of penetration testing, Port Scanning is usually performed to identify open ports against any target machine. Open ports correspond to the networked services that are running on a system. Programming errors or implementation flaws can make these services vulnerable to attack and...
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