How to Save Nmap Results?

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Lecture description

Saving Nmap scan results using different formats.

You can save nmap scan results with "output" switches.

Learn the types of nmap outputs and save it to your disk!

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Practice Your First Penetration Test: Kali & Metasploit Lab

Learn ethical hacking with Kali in your own lab, scan targets with Nmap and exploit victims with metasploit!

02:46:35 of on-demand video • Updated May 2017

  • Install and configure Kali Linux
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  • Scan networks with Nmap
  • Discover vulnerable applications
  • Exploit Linux and Windows servers with Metasploit
English [Auto] We have already there many commands. So you might be asking hey we're running the same commands again and again this doesn't make sense in a real life path that's going to prevent for wanting the same commands. Well of course you can save the results. Let's take a look at what can be done. The keyboard here is all. Let's look if there is anything in the guide we can use. So let me clear my screen first and then type in map and dash half pipe and then output. OK there is this append output stylesheet no stylesheet but I'm actually looking for something else. So keep in mind this grep is case sensitive so I will add this and then I'll try again. Now why have these two first lines. It tells about how you can save the output like in normal example or other rules like script kiddie. By the way let me explain one thing to you. Of course I know the parameters for that thought but probably so do you. The idea is to do some practice with grep function which which is very useful for testing and in the Linux world in general. Furthermore there are tons of promotors in unmap as in many others they have the tools you can't memorize them all at least when you are a beginner. So it's a good idea to do some practice with this square function. For example you can use man and map to search through tons of pages of detail. OK. Anyway let's continue from where we left off. There are mainly three types of output formats. My normal one. There's one example based and graspable. There's also one more mass to output format which gives all these three types together. This one. OK. So let's give it a try. Open the command be run previously but that's OK. And then add this parameter and then type something like scan results. OK. And then Persinger when completed type EHLO or ls dash a t to list the files here. OK. You see this extension and map and can map extensions actually. These are self explanatory reglued resolves this one and that the results. This one and Grapel results get this for some tools like it can import these articles but in some cases you will want grepped all by yourself. So it's a good idea to have them all three but let's stay organized. Check your current directory by typing PWT. We are on the route now. So let's change the directory to desktop by typing CD OK. Now create a directory by typing and make your and map results and then go back by typing CD space. You can also use this see the dash to move back to the directory that you are in. OK now we're on the road file type again. So I see my results here. So let's move the files to the folder we have just created. Type and the men type scan results. I press tab to autocomplete save the time and then simply press start a space and then type desktop and my results and then present them. If you list the files here you won't be able to see the files here but on their desktop and the results we have it can at this EHLO shortcut to the profile so that you won't have to type this as a r t. OK let's to get her to say OK let's open this bash or see and then by pressing control and F come to here can I delete this person X and then I press a to add something. He's here. You gave say exit and then log in again to make the changes enabled and then L-L. And I see my output. Okay great. So let's wrap up this section