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December 19, 2009, 1:11 pm
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I understand that certain parameters within TCP
protocol definition are set to different default values by
different operating systems and this inturn is used
for TCP/IP fingerprinting. But, Is there a TCP/IP fingerprint
database that tells the relation between the various
TCP protocol fields and the corresponding values
that might determine the type of Operating System ?
Which is the best fingerprinting tool and how far
is fingerprinting helpful in safeguarding against attacks ?
I searched the internet, i got only fingerprint submission
pages, but did not get a database. Any ideas ?
Thx in advans,
Re: TCP/IP fingerprinting
Thx for the inputs.
I came across IceScan, an open source tool (GPL licenced)
and a list of tools in the below link also -
But, i think just as you told, nmap seems to be excellent !!
http://nmap.org/svn/nmap-os-db -> It is indeed very big.
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