Computer Cops Offers Free Web Nmap SYN, FIN, XMAS, NULL, and ACK Scans

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by Zhen-Xjell, Dec 9, 2002.

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  1. Zhen-Xjell

    Zhen-Xjell Security Expert

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    Brought to you by Computer Cops, you can read the press release here:

    http://www.computercops.biz/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=1882

    Also ensure you read the site's AUP on authorizing port scans prior to execution. Use signifies acceptance!
     
  2. Paul Wilders

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    Nice job once again, Zhen ;).

    regards.

    paul
     
  3. Zhen-Xjell

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    :D Thanks, I've got more coming.
     
  4. UNICRON

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    Hi Zhen, while I was checking out the link I was looking at your interesting "algorithms" section (since as a computer science student I do alot of that stuff) and I can see you could use a huffman code algorithm. I'd like to write you one for fun over Christmas, kinda like a present. Want it?

    Paul W gets a neat treat too ( i promised it months ago) but I can't mention what it is here in the open ;)
     
  5. Zhen-Xjell

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    Sure, that would be wonderful. I have to add more algorithms myself. ;)
     
  6. UNICRON

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    k, I'll write encode/decode routines similar to any translate style page. In PHP I assume.

    It will be fun!
     
  7. Zhen-Xjell

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    Yeah, ideally PHP for easy site integration.
     
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