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[6bone] IPv6 port scanners?
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On May 19 2002 12:57 -0400, Paul Timmins wrote:
> I'm looking for an IPv6 portscanner, preferrably for UNIX, to audit my
> network for unnecessary services.
> I'd prefer something like NMAP that can scan a block of IP addresses,
> but one that can scan just one at a time works fine for me too.
> Any suggestions?
A fairly quick Google search turned up a page on Freshmeat listing
halfscan6, "An IPv6 port scanner."
Disclaimer: I have not tried it myself, and have no idea about its
Michael Kjörling -- Programmer/Network administrator ^..^
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