Scanning on a remote box

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Scanning on a remote box

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I was wondering if you friendly guys of suck-o.com could help me out with this problem I have.

I am doing my first scans with dfind atm. I know there are better scanners outthere like nmap but as dfind is quite easy to use, I thought it would be a good thing to start with. After I have upped dfind on this remote box with flashfxp I go to the command line typing:

site exec DFind.exe -p 445 xxx.xxx.0.0 xxx.xxx.255.255

Then normally Dfind would start scanning with a little text file as a result. Unfortunately sth goes wrong in this process. After a few seconds it already stops scanning with no results in my text file.
TYPE A
200 Type set to A.
PASV
227 Entering Passive Mode (xxx,xxx,xxx,xxx,xxx)
LIST
150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for /bin/ls.
226 Transfer complete.
site exec DFind.exe -p 445 xxx.xxx.0.0 xxx.xxx.255.255
200 EXEC command successful (TID=33).
421 Connection timed out - closing.
Connection lost: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

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Post by slipparse »

okay, this was a stupid question to ask :oops:

It's perfectly normally that flash fxp times out after you have given the command. The box just keeps on scanning and you just have to come back at a later point to collect the results.

Slipparse, use your fuckin common sense LOL :D

silly me

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hehe.... :lol:
well, imo the best is still nmap, not just because of it´s scanning abilities, by simply learning how to use it you learn about TCP/IP-protocol too which is inevitable. and if you have mod_perl installed try nikto (or install ActivePerl on your home box and run it from there)... :wink:

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Post by slipparse »

good stuff, m8. Thanks alot I will check it out.

Must say my first scans have not been successfull. I don't know what I am doing wrong, I thought I was scanning a good range but apparently I was wrong.
COMMAND: DFind.exe -p 445 xx.88.0.0 xx.95.255.255
IPrange scan complete. Found 0 port(s) / 522240 IP(s) scanned

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