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Re: nmap Discover others question Sep 23 2013 11:13PM
ToddAndMargo (ToddAndMargo zoho com) (1 replies)
On 09/23/2013 08:22 AM, Jason Hellenthal wrote:
> You are scanning
> If a host has an ip in that range then you are going to see it unless
> its firewalled. Simple as that.

Hi Jason,

Thank you. That is what I though. Although
I am a bit hazy if someone used the route command
to add your network to their routing table.

Follow up question: using iptables terminology, I
can see nmap finding "-j REJECT", but I can not see
nmap finding "-j DROP".

I am asking this as the "nmap -sA network" command
can supposedly find firewalled devices.

What am I missing?

Many thanks,

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> On Sep 23, 2013, at 0:49, ToddAndMargo <ToddAndMargo (at) zoho (dot) com [email concealed]
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RE: nmap Discover others question Sep 24 2013 03:50PM
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