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lisabonne citadel
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Interesting Ipscanner tool

Post by lisabonne citadel » Mon Nov 27, 2017 9:08 am

Fing

https://www.fing.io/download-free-ip-sc ... ndows-osx/

just type sudo fing

some interesting result on mine...
see this... someone entered in my linux using samba file sharing or rpc because before this k-350 always appear connected to my linux, until i delete all tools that came along with it.
Nice. Now i have his MAC Address.
see this pic
https://s18.postimg.org/7dn4zlfex/Scree ... -01-17.png

If is not perfect you can put date with time running watch command.

Believe me, many tools can be used as illegal actions such proof penetration with parallel traffic.

Imagine if someone try to put you in jail...
smb or rpc is just like that. open doors directly to microsoft windows command line

INTERESTING COMMAND :lol:
sudo watch -n 5 fing -s 192.168.1.4 -o text,console WHERE 192.168.1.4 IS THE COWIE SON

LOOK THE RESULT HERE
https://s18.postimg.org/cec5hybbt/Scree ... -10-23.png
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Re: Interesting Ipscanner tool

Post by Pepi » Mon Nov 27, 2017 9:50 am

I use this application on my iPhone. Cool tool for sure. Strange that this hacker got through you system through :shock:

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Re: Interesting Ipscanner tool

Post by Fred Barclay » Wed Nov 29, 2017 2:00 am

lisabonne citadel wrote:someone entered in my linux using samba file sharing or rpc because before this k-350
Pepi wrote:Strange that this hacker got through you system through :shock:
If I understand the screenshots correctly, that's no hacker. 192.168.anything.anything is a reserved IP block for local devices (printers, other computers, phones, and so on).
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reserved_ ... esses#IPv4
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Re: Interesting Ipscanner tool

Post by DAMIEN1307 » Wed Nov 29, 2017 4:40 am

192.168.1.x etc is not a hacker...your own router or modem is the source of this...every router i have worked with which now numbers over 70 in various homes all start with that numeric sequence...and my own?...192.168.2.xxx...my modem?...192.168.100.xxx...so either modem or router...they all start the same...DAMIEN
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Re: Interesting Ipscanner tool

Post by lisabonne citadel » Wed Nov 29, 2017 4:51 am

Tnkx to all of you to clearly my doubts.

It seems to be in fact microsoft standard implements in all commercial network subscription suppliers.
What is strange due the fact i am not obbliged to be in love with rpc and smb.
This tools should be optional and not to be included in linux. :roll:

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