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    Looking for a good port scanner

    Hey guys, looking for a good port scanner that I can use over a range of IPs looking for open ports...I'm trying to put together a security presentation together for my boss at work and I want to show him how vulnerable our network is. Any suggestions?
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    Try Grims Pimg at http://grimsping.cjb.net/ Works pretty good

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    Looks like that may do the trick...gonna hook it up to the network tomorrow...thanks!
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    I agree with Ken try that
    And man i got a port scanner but im not sure i can post it it might be aginst the rules know what im sayin..it gets open tcp and udp posts on any ip adress put in...pm me if you whant it~

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    A great class B and C scanner is called Angry IP Scanner. ( it does have legit uses i would not use it for anything else ) Very fast, only problem is could use a few more options. Its my fav. And once again Wizkid and i Agree on something , Cyber Kit is a great tool.
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    hmmm im going with IronMan on this one..
    Long Live Cyber Kit
    with Cyber Kit we have serveral class options..
    Ping,TraceRoute,Finger,WhoIs,NS Lookup,QoD...there you have it
    All those features have configurable options ofcoarse.
    IronMan im thinking of a portscanner called
    7th Sphere PortScanner...Heard of itNot and your after a good tcp/ip/udp Port Scanner pm me.
    Oh and IronMan WeLcOmE to SpeedGuide i hope you enjoy your time here man.Look farward to seeing more of you on our boards..
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    No wizkid im not thinking of Good ole 7th sphear although i like that to , 2 seperate scanners, 7th sphear by Rhad and Angry IP scanner by AngryZiber. i suggest you chek that out though Angry is kool http://www.angryipscanner.com/. L8r
    Oh thanx for the welcome. And im a champion? kool!!
    and greed, Nmap is good , but getting er running is complicated even for me even the graphical windows version has that tarball krap.... tgz... lonlg live Rar or ace!!!
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    if you want the nt version of the nmap you can get it at my site, it's easy to install and you can do alot more with it than any other "win" scanner out there.
    though alot of perl scanners also provide sufficient feedback and are hella lot faster than graphical scanners.
    "I'm doing a (free) operating system (just a hobby, won't be big and professional...) for AT clones... It's not portable and it probably [won't ever] support anything other than AT hard disks, as thats all I have :-(." --Posted on Usenet August 1991 by Linus Trovalds
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    Kool thanx greed il chek that out.
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    Ya nmap is probably the most configurable one out there, but it isn't the easiest to use (i have used the NT one, only seen it on Linux)

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