I have some question in closing port, I think I got some strange things. When I use execute nmap --top-ports 10 192.168.1.1 it shows that 23/TCP port is open. But when I execute nmap --top-ports ...
I wrote a very basic python script to port scan my system. I'm running linux-mint lisa: open_ports =  for port in xrange(65536): conn = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM) ...
Is it possible to runnmap via Tor? When I googled around, I got the impression that Tor uses Polipo / Privoxy, which are socks5 proxies. So any TCP / UDP aware applications should be able to use them ...
$ time nmap -q -sV -P0 -p80 google.com | fgrep '80/tcp open' 80/tcp open http Google httpd 2.0 (GFE) real 0m6.563s user 0m0.280s sys 0m0.016s $ Are there any faster methods to get info ...