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    Default Configuring NMAP scans in fastrack

    Is there a way to configure the type of scan that nmap does when running fasttrack in bt4 final. It seems that possibly all the scripts are not running and most of the ports come up as filtered or blocked, where a SYN scan -sS or a xmas scan -sX or a custom scan --scanflags could be used.

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    Default Re: Configuring NMAP scans in fastrack

    When you use fasttrack interactively, at the point where you enter the ip ranges for the Autopwn Automation, you can specify command line arguments for nmap.

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    Default Re: Configuring NMAP scans in fastrack

    wouldn't want all the great work fyodor has put into his masterpiece go to waste by not identifying the filtered ports

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    Default Re: Configuring NMAP scans in fastrack

    Hi,

    fasttrack has a different purpose - simple service detection & mass exploitation and not to be
    your favorite, most sophisticated advanced nmap GUI.

    If you'd like to do so, modify the nmap options...
    cd /pentest/exploits/fasttrack && grep -r "nmap -" *

    If you really like to go more advanced with network scanning, I wouldn't use nmap as primary
    scanning tool - don't forget without modification of default settings, all your scans are simple
    detetced by all known IPS/IDS sensors (nmap traffic patterns are too obvious!).
    Use tools like unicornscan, hping2/3, scapy2


    /brtw2003

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