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Nmap(r) Cookbook: The fat-free guide to network scanning provides simplified coverage of network scanning features available in the Nmap suite of utilities. Every Nmap feature is covered with visual examples to help you quickly understand and identify proper usage for practical results. Topics covered include: * Installation on Windows, Mac OS X, Unix/Linux platforms * Basic Nmap(r) Cookbook: The fat-free guide to network scanning provides simplified coverage of network scanning features available in the Nmap suite of utilities. Every Nmap feature is covered with visual examples to help you quickly understand and identify proper usage for practical results. Topics covered include: * Installation on Windows, Mac OS X, Unix/Linux platforms * Basic and advanced scanning techniques * Network inventory and security auditing * Firewall evasion techniques * Zenmap - A graphical front-end for Nmap * NSE - The Nmap Scripting Engine * Ndiff - A Nmap scan comparison utility Simplified coverage of Nmap 5.00 features.


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Nmap(r) Cookbook: The fat-free guide to network scanning provides simplified coverage of network scanning features available in the Nmap suite of utilities. Every Nmap feature is covered with visual examples to help you quickly understand and identify proper usage for practical results. Topics covered include: * Installation on Windows, Mac OS X, Unix/Linux platforms * Basic Nmap(r) Cookbook: The fat-free guide to network scanning provides simplified coverage of network scanning features available in the Nmap suite of utilities. Every Nmap feature is covered with visual examples to help you quickly understand and identify proper usage for practical results. Topics covered include: * Installation on Windows, Mac OS X, Unix/Linux platforms * Basic and advanced scanning techniques * Network inventory and security auditing * Firewall evasion techniques * Zenmap - A graphical front-end for Nmap * NSE - The Nmap Scripting Engine * Ndiff - A Nmap scan comparison utility Simplified coverage of Nmap 5.00 features.

30 review for Nmap Cookbook: The Fat-free Guide to Network Scanning

  1. 5 out of 5

    Friar Tuck

    This is not at all what I expected. The book is like a badly written man page for nmap. It lists all possible nmap switches, but does not explain how they actually work. For example, at one point it shows --traceroute, and says: The information displayed is similar to the traceroute or tracepath commands found on Unix and Linux systems - with the added bonus of Nmap’s tracing being functionally superior to these commands. How is it superior? What does it do different? If you want to read a good book This is not at all what I expected. The book is like a badly written man page for nmap. It lists all possible nmap switches, but does not explain how they actually work. For example, at one point it shows --traceroute, and says: The information displayed is similar to the traceroute or tracepath commands found on Unix and Linux systems - with the added bonus of Nmap’s tracing being functionally superior to these commands. How is it superior? What does it do different? If you want to read a good book on nmap, check out Nmap Network Scanning The Official Nmap Project Guide to Network Discovery and Security Scanning. Unfortunately it is not available as an ebook at this point.

  2. 5 out of 5

    David

    This book begins with installation of nmap in linux, Windows, and OS X. It presents an exhaustive review of all the scanning options available, including basic scanning, advanced scanning, evading IDSs, and output options. Each option is detailed showing the results of the scan. It also covers troubleshooting and ZenMap. The appendices contain a cheat sheet, CIDR cross references, and well-known ports. This book is highly recommended for anyone who performs scanning of systems. Using the various o This book begins with installation of nmap in linux, Windows, and OS X. It presents an exhaustive review of all the scanning options available, including basic scanning, advanced scanning, evading IDSs, and output options. Each option is detailed showing the results of the scan. It also covers troubleshooting and ZenMap. The appendices contain a cheat sheet, CIDR cross references, and well-known ports. This book is highly recommended for anyone who performs scanning of systems. Using the various options, scans can be optimized to present the best results with the least risk of detection.

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