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Re: sniffer/promisc detector
Ruben van der Leij wrote:
+++ Alexei Roudnev [22/01/04 09:05 -0800]:My results vary from 15 minuts to 1 hour.Mine too. So nmap sucks if you want to quickly identify daemons running on strange ports. No big deal. This discussion wasn't about nmap to start with.
Point of interest: Dan Kaminsky's scanrand (part of Paketto Keiretsu - www.doxpara.com, which seems to be down right now, but the Google cache works) is a very fast bulk scanner:
"During an authorized test inside a multinational corporation's class B,
scanrand detected 8300 web servers across 65,536 addresses. Time elapsed:
approximately 4 seconds."
http://www.doxpara.com/ - down at present but Paketto is widely mirrored.
There was also a "scan the entire Internet" project a few years back which used BASS, a bulk scanner. (grep the report for 'they're heeeere' for a tale of uber hacking that makes the hair stand up on the back of my neck even today...)
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