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nmap -p syntax question Sep 17 2013 12:55AM
ToddAndMargo (ToddAndMargo zoho com) (1 replies)
Hi All,

On the nmap command line, some questions about the "-p"

1) what is the "-p S:xxx". What protocol is "S"?
By change is it ICMP?

2) when you omitt the "T:" and/or the "U:" does it check
both TCP and UDP. What about the mysterious "S" protocol?
Does it check that too?

3) is
-p 137,138,139,445
the same as
-p U:137,138,139,445,T:137,138,139,445

Many thanks,


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Re: nmap -p syntax question Sep 17 2013 09:24AM
Ansgar Wiechers (bugtraq planetcobalt net) (1 replies)
Re: nmap -p syntax question Sep 23 2013 10:41PM
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