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Hi, What I'm trying to do is avoid the detection of nmap. So when I run some of this : nmap -PN 192.168.1.100 nmap -v -f 192.168.1.100 nmap can't find ...
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    Nmap


    Hi, What I'm trying to do is avoid the detection of nmap.

    So when I run some of this :

    nmap -PN 192.168.1.100

    nmap -v -f 192.168.1.100

    nmap can't find my host.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackzer View Post
    What I'm trying to do is avoid the detection of nmap.
    Why? Is it because you got misinformed "stealth" is good?


    Quote Originally Posted by Blackzer View Post
    nmap can't find my host.
    Ah. Disconnect the machine from the network.

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    No way

    Disabling ping reply would be the first option . But Nmap uses more complex methods like Tcp syn requests on well known ports which is bascally very hard to block unless you pull of the netwok cable or disable networking in the system

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