ipidscan 0.2

ipidscan project consists in a portscanner using the ip.id method.
ipidscan project consists in a portscanner using the ip.id method.

A portscanner using the ip.id method described by antirez on bugtraq on dec 15 1998. First public port scanner (that I'm aware of) was published on bugtraq on dec 3 1999. This program was made public as a response to that on dec 4 1999.

The scanner does not directly contact the target host and is therefore practically untracable.

Here are some key features of "ipidscan":

Default is to send null packets for echo:ing, some firewalls block them. Override with -F
Lots of options. All nice.
Use -e instead of -o 256 if silent host is a windows box
Works on big and little endian boxen

Requirements:

libnet
libpcap.

Limitations:

Probably only works on linux.
Currently only uses one silent host per scan ports are scanned sequentially

What's New in This Release:

Works with bigendian boxen

last updated on:
April 20th, 2007, 7:05 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Thomas Habets
homepage:
www.habets.pp.se
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ System \ Networking
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