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Screencast: How to scan with Nmap

Peter Giannoulis takes a look at everybody's favorite, freely available port scanner and OS identifier: Nmap.

If you're in charge of penetration testing or network audits, you absolutely need to know how to use Nmap. In this...

in-depth demonstration, Peter Giannoulis of www.theacademypro.com takes a look at the popular port scanner and OS identifier.

Follow along as Peter explains how to use Nmap commands to map a network and find what ports are opening on a specific system.

Check out other demos of free tools at our SearchSecurity.com screencast page.

This was last published in January 2009

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