A Beginner's Guide to Nmap - Security Scanner
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- How to use nmap as network scanner
Apply various command options and understand how each phase of an nmap scan works
Build your skills with one of the most popular network security tools in use today
- Learn how to rapidly assess networks for undiscovered hosts and services
- Perform network scanning safely and effectively
- A learning mind
- A computer with nmap installed
- Basic familiarity with the Linux command line is extremely helpful
In this Nmap training we will cover and explain you how to use nmap for various types of network scans.
- Introduction to NMAP
- Why this Course
- Network basics
- Nmap Installatin & customisation
- Zenmap and Nmap
- Port and Target Selection
- Port Scanning Types
- Service and OS Detection
- Port Scanning output
- Port Scanning Advance
- Nmap and Zenmap Conclusion
- Advance Courses
- More Courses Offers
After completion of this course, we are hoping that you may have the better understanding of Nmap and may be able to perform your scan to fix problem related to your network.
Why should you take the course?
- How safe is your network?
- Are you tired of finding security holes?
- AFTER the systems have been attacked?
- Have you ever wondered what the bad guys see when they hunt around on your network?
- Have you always wanted to use Nmap to its full capabilities,but didn’t know where to start?
If you still want to get answers to these questions, then we will suggest you guys to take this course to find out more about nmap.
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After successful completion of this course you will know how to use Nmap effectively.
- A person interested into learning how to protect networks from hackers
- A person interested in learning about network penetration testing
- Network Administrators
- Network Engineers
- IT Students
- Industry Experts to brushup their skills
1. Introducation to Nmap
2. Why this Course is Important
3. Networks Basic
4. Nmap Basics and Getting Nmap
Nmap is a multipurpose tool, and it can be run on many different operating systems including Windows, Linux, BSD, and Mac. Nmap is a very powerful utility that can be used to:
- Detect the live host on the network (host discovery)
- Detect the open ports on the host (port discovery or enumeration)
- Detect the software and the version to the respective port (service discovery)
- Detect the operating system, hardware address, and the software version
- Detect the vulnerability and security holes (Nmap scripts)
The purpose of this Course is to introduce a user to the Nmap command line and Zenmap tool to scan a host and/or network, so to find out the possible vulnerable points in the hosts.
Purpose & Common Questions
Hackers way of attack
The network operates by connecting computers and peripherals using two pieces of equipment; switches and routers. Switches and routers, essential networking basics, enable the devices that are connected to your network to communicate with each other, as well as with other networks.
Use the operating system that works for you. Nmap will run on a Windows system, however it generally works better and is faster under Linux so that would be my recommended platform. In addition having experience with Linux based systems is a great way to get access to a wide selection of security tools. we are going for Linux because namp is already install on kali linux.
This information is provided to assist users of Nmap in scanning their own networks, or networks for which they have been given permission to scan, in order to determine the security of such networks.
Service and OS detection rely on different methods to determine the operating system or service running on a particular port. The more aggressive service detection is often helpful if there are services running on unusual ports. On the other hand the lighter version of the service will be much faster as it does not really attempt to detect the service simply grabbing the banner of the open service.
Nmap and Zenmap is a very powerful tool and it has ability to cover the very first aspects of penetration testing, which include information gathering and enumeration. This Course is designed for Penetration tester to use Nmap from the beginner level to the advanced level. There are so many other things that you can do with the Nmap, and we will discuss in our future courses.