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nmap finger printing: Usage and Examples

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/02/13

Just append -O and -v to a command-line:

nmap -O -v ip-address

Note you need administrative privileges for this on Mac OS X, so there you run it like this:

sudo nmap -O -v ip-address

If you want to scan more than the default 1000 TCP ports, then use the -p- switch:

sudo nmap -O -v -p- ip-address

For more info about the finger printing algorithms used by nmap:

–jeroen

via: Usage and Examples.

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