- Hi everyone,
I use Nmap at work on a regular basis, in order to test if our hosted
servers are up and running. Better than ping that IP or telnet on 80 or
3389 (which BTW could be blocked by firewalls), Nmap is able to do the
debugging job in a reliable manner, if it's properly used to bypass
IPTABLES (remember the -sS -P0 arguments for SYN stealth scans), and
ultimately he can address all the Nagios System alerts.
Well, I guess Nmap it's not utterly new for you so I think you might
want to remember how this remarkable tool works:
PS I have also found a promising software @
http://www.dotnxt.com/forum/thread-20788.html but I didn't test it to
date. Its name is "Stealth File Manager" and has a client-server
approach. Should any of you give it a try, please feel free and send
back a comment or something. As always, if you like the software and
decide to keep it, buy it!