If Microsoft Had Written Nmap

If Microsoft Had Written Nmap

Post by Roy Cull » Thu, 07 Nov 2002 21:43:38


Enjoy :-)


If Microsoft Had Written Nmap

Post by alt » Fri, 08 Nov 2002 00:00:25

> http://www.counterhack.net/base_clippy_image.html

> Enjoy :-)


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If Microsoft Had Written Nmap

Post by Craig Kelle » Fri, 08 Nov 2002 04:54:29

> http://www.counterhack.net/base_clippy_image.html

> Enjoy :-)

Nice!   :)


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If Microsoft Had Written Nmap

Post by The Ghost In The Machin » Fri, 08 Nov 2002 23:10:58

In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Roy Culley

on Wed, 6 Nov 2002 20:43:38 +0100

Quote:> http://www.counterhack.net/base_clippy_image.html

> Enjoy :-)

I sure hope they don't take this as a *suggestion*!


Almost as good as the "suicide note".


It's still legal to go .sigless.


1. Having trouble getting good results from nmap.

I am trying to use nmap from a buddies machine to see if my linux box
doesn't have any ports open that I don't know about.  But when I run nmap
it says there are a few ports closed, but the rest are filtered.  I have
apache running on 80, and it doesn't even show up.  I am connected using
time warner rr cable, and people can connect to me from outside.  So what
can I use?  Below is the output from nmap.

(The 1529 ports scanned but not shown below are in state: filtered)
Port       State       Service
1025/tcp   closed      listen                  
1030/tcp   closed      iad1                    
1375/tcp   closed      bytex                  
1400/tcp   closed      cadkey-tablet          
1401/tcp   closed      goldleaf-licman        
1469/tcp   closed      aal-lm                  
1493/tcp   closed      netmap_lm              
1494/tcp   closed      citrix-ica              
1538/tcp   closed      3ds-lm                  
2016/tcp   closed      bootserver              
2022/tcp   closed      down                    
2023/tcp   closed      xinuexpansion3          
2605/tcp   closed      bgpd                    
5302/tcp   closed      hacl-cfg                
5432/tcp   closed      postgres                
5715/tcp   closed      prosharedata            
5998/tcp   closed      ncd-diag                
6142/tcp   closed      aspentec-lm            
8080/tcp   closed      http-proxy              
9992/tcp   closed      issc                    

Nmap run completed -- 1 IP address (1 host up) scanned in 152 seconds

2. Help: old binaries seg fault after Slackware 7 upgrade

3. Having trouble writing to stderr in a csh script

4. trivial compile fix for drivers/char/sx.c

5. Having problem writing a PCI device driver

6. "could not create pipe for forking process: too many files open"

7. Dosemu having problems writing to screen

8. Standard I/O handling qustion

9. SIGSEGV gotten when JNI written in C calls contructor having a println on AIX platform

10. Microsoft Anti-Trust Lawsuit page...Write to the Attorney General!

11. The writing's on the wall for Microsoft

12. Yet another case of Microsoft not writing good OS code.

13. Microsoft Re-writes history!