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    Default Does comcast have a problem with nmap?

    As I was going through some tutorials on nmap, and noticed that some have disclaimers that some ISP's don't like people using nmap. (Apparently nmap is easy to detect?)

    Anyway, I was wondering if anyone has had any problems with comcast. Also, I should be fine if I'm just scanning my own computers right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Leprechaun View Post
    As I was going through some tutorials on nmap, and noticed that some have disclaimers that some ISP's don't like people using nmap. (Apparently nmap is easy to detect?)

    Anyway, I was wondering if anyone has had any problems with comcast. Also, I should be fine if I'm just scanning my own computers right?
    ANY ISP would have a problem with it, and would likely cut you off without any warning, at the least.
    IF you have configured it correctly, and are ONLY running on your OWN network then there will not be a problem.

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