Pace University New York Running NMap Commands Program

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Part I. 1. Run the following NMap commands and note the differences in the output. (If the directory containing the program you want to run is not in your path, either specify the full pathname when running the command, or modify your PATH environment variable).

Part II. 1. 1 Write a simple shell script, which will scan the ports for protocols: FTP, SSH, SMTP, HTTP, for the first 10 hosts in the network 192.168.1.0/24 2. Run the script 3. Take a screenshot. 4. Upload it to BB.

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Assignment 4 Part I. 1. Run the following NMap commands and note the differences in the output. (If the directory containing the program you want to run is not in your path, either specify the full pathname when running the command, or modify your PATH environment variable). 2. Record your output (Screenshot). Did you get the output you expected? Part II. 1. 1 Write a simple shell script, which will scan the ports for protocols: FTP, SSH, SMTP, HTTP, for the first 10 hosts in the network 192.168.1.0/24 2. Run the script 3. Take a screenshot. 4. Upload it to BB.
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