Network scanning can be done using tools which have a graphical interface. In this video, learn how to install and use the Zenmap graphical tool to run network scans.
- [Instructor] I'll now look at a graphical version … of Nmap, called Zenmap. … Zenmap will usually be installed … together with the Nmap release if you manually download it. … But it may not be installed … as part of the operating system build. … Let's install it. … Okay, let's run it now. … While Zenmap provides a graphical interface, … it still creates and displays the same command line … that I've been using in Nmap. … At the top left, the target is the specification of the host … or subnet to investigate. … So let's make our target 10.0.2.0/26. … I don't want to do an intense scan, … so let's select a ping scan from the drop down on the right. … See how Nmap has created the command line, … Nmap minus SN 10.0.2.0/26 … in the same way we would have typed it … at the command line. … Let's go ahead and scan. … We can see in the left hand panel, … the list of hosts that have been detected. … And the standard scan output in the right hand panel. … The host details tab displays information …
- Hackers and the kill chain
- Viruses, spyware, and adware
- Detecting malware with Windows Defender
- Using Windows Firewall and Linux iptables
- Scanning with Nmap
- Monitoring network communications with Netcat
- Combating application-level threats
- Scanning a website to check for vulnerabilities
- Capturing intruders through packet inspection
Skill Level Beginner
Insights from a Cybersecurity Professionalwith Mike Chapple32m 15s Intermediate
1. Why Cybersecurity?
4. Network Scanning
5. Network Connections
6. Vulnerability Scanning
7. Web Applications
8. Monitoring Packets
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