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Download the Free Nmap Security Scanner for Linux #nmap,free,hacking,stealth,port #scanner,portscanner,port #scanners,security,download,network,linux,windows,unix,mac #os #x,solaris,freebsd,openbsd,tools,tool,open #source


Downloading Nmap

Nmap and Zenmap (the graphical front end) are available in several versions and formats. Recent source releases and binary packages are described below. Older version (and sometimes newer test releases) are available from the dist directory (and really old ones are in dist-old ). For the more security-paranoid (smart) users, GPG detached signatures and SHA-1 hashes for each release are available in the sigs directory (verification instructions ). Before downloading, be sure to read the relevant sections for your platform from the Nmap Install Guide. The most important changes (features, bugfixes, etc) in each Nmap version are described in the Changelog. Using Nmap is covered in the Reference Guide. and don’t forget to read the other available documentation. particularly the new book Nmap Network Scanning.

Nmap users are encouraged to subscribe to the Nmap-hackers mailing list. It is a low volume (7 posts in 2015), moderated list for the most important announcements about Nmap, Insecure.org, and related projects. You can join the 122,795 current subscribers (as of September 2016) by submitting your email address here:

You can also get updates from our Facebook and Twitter pages.

Nmap is distributed with source code under the terms of the GNU General Public License, with certain clarifications and exceptions noted in the copyright page.

Source Code Distribution (in case you wish to compile Nmap yourself)

This is the traditional compile-it-yourself format. The Nmap tarball compiles under Linux, Mac OS X, Windows, and many UNIX platforms (Solaris, Free/Net/OpenBSD, etc.) It includes Zenmap, the GUI frontend. Nmap is now offered in bzip2 format as well as traditional gzip.

Detailed Linux/BSD/Solaris compilation instructions and options are provided here. though this usually does the trick:

If you are compiling Nmap anyway, you might prefer to get the very latest code from our SVN source code repository rather than downloading a tarball here.

Microsoft Windows binaries

Please read the Windows section of the Install Guide for limitations and installation instructions for the Windows version of Nmap. You can choose from a self-installer (includes dependencies and also the Zenmap GUI) or the much smaller command-line zip file version. We support Nmap on Windows 7 and newer, as well as Windows Server 2008 and newer. We also maintain a guide for users who must run Nmap on earlier Windows releases..

Note: The version of Npcap included in our installers may not always be the latest version. If you experience problems or just want the latest and greatest version, download and install the latest Npcap release.

The Nmap executable Windows installer can handle Npcap installation, registry performance tweaks, and decompressing the executables and data files into your preferred location. It also includes the Zenmap graphical frontend. Skip all the complexity of the Windows zip files with a self-installer:

We have written post-install usage instructions. Please notify us if you encounter any problems or have suggestions for the installer.

For those who prefer the command-line zip files (Installation Instructions ; Usage Instructions ), they are still available. The Zenmap graphical interface is not included with these, so you need to run nmap.exe from a DOS/command window. Or you can download and install a superior command shell such as those included with the free Cygwin system. Also, you need to run the Npcap and Microsoft Visual C++ 2013 Redistributable Package installers which are included in the zip file. The main advantage is that these zip files are a fraction of the size of the executable installer:

Linux RPM Source and Binaries

Many popular Linux distributions (Redhat, Mandrake, Suse, etc) use the RPM package management system for quick and easy binary package installation. We have written a detailed guide to installing our RPM packages. though these simple commands usually do the trick: You can also download and install the RPMs yourself:

Mac OS X Binaries

Nmap binaries for Mac OS X (Intel x86) are distributed as a disk image file containing an installer. The installer allows installing Nmap, Zenmap, Ncat, and Ndiff. The programs have been tested on Intel computers running Mac OS X 10.8 and later. See the Mac OS X Nmap install page for more details. Users of PowerPC (PPC) Mac machines, which Apple ceased selling in 2006, should see this page instead for support information.

Other Operating Systems

Many other operating systems support Nmap so well that I have no need to create and distribute binary packages myself. You can choose to use the packages below, or compile the source distribution. which is often newer. We have created installation pages for the following platforms:

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Digital Advertising Network Inc: Private Company Information #digital #advertising #network #inc. #company #information, #key


Company Overview of Digital Advertising Network Inc.

Company Overview

Digital Advertising Network Inc. provides traditional out of home advertising services through a network of satellite digital screens to the food courts of shopping malls and other high traffic venues in Canada. The company’s DANCAST solutions include an array of two or more side-by-side satellite or Internet fed displays, which behave as a single imaging device. Its services are used by advertisers to reach the consumer at the point of sale, build brand awareness and recognition, support retail distribution, influence distribution channels, and facilitate co-op and promotional advertising programs, as well as target consumers with time of day, week, month, or seasonal messages. The company.

Digital Advertising Network Inc. provides traditional out of home advertising services through a network of satellite digital screens to the food courts of shopping malls and other high traffic venues in Canada. The company’s DANCAST solutions include an array of two or more side-by-side satellite or Internet fed displays, which behave as a single imaging device. Its services are used by advertisers to reach the consumer at the point of sale, build brand awareness and recognition, support retail distribution, influence distribution channels, and facilitate co-op and promotional advertising programs, as well as target consumers with time of day, week, month, or seasonal messages. The company was founded in 1999 and is based in Montreal, Canada. As of October 19, 2006, Digital Advertising Network Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Neo Advertising SA.

Montreal, QC H2Z 1G6

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Phonoscope Fiber #phonoscope, #phonoscope #fiber, #residential #connectivity #provider, #telecom #company, #greater #houston #area, #network,


What does Gigabit speed mean to me?

We live in an age of rapidly changing technology, information overload, and new methods of sharing. You have new ways of doing business, new ways of connecting with family, and more and more entertainment options. With a Fiber-To-The-Home connection you will open a world of unlimited possibilities for a Gigabit Lifestyle. Open the portal of your imagination and enjoy the online experience of the Gigabit Lifestyle with lightning speed, reliability and security.

Phonoscope Fiber Communications


Phonoscope Fiber Communications delivers the same powerful bandwidth in the home that is used and trusted to support large Enterprise, School Districts, Universities, and Hospitals. This means you can count on the fastest most reliable and secure online experience available

Traditional copper, coax cable technology is susceptible to more interference and less reliable and obsolete. Every day new information technology equipment, applications and deployment methods are developed and the demand for bandwidth increases. The limitations of the old technology cannot support the ever-growing need for bandwidth, but fiber optic technology can.

Phonoscope Fiber Communications offers a true fiber optic symmetrical connection. That means equal speed up and down. The Phonoscope network is over 23,000 miles of pure light fiber backbone with redundant rings, providing you with the fastest and most reliable internet speeds available anywhere.

“Sustainable technology for responsible lifestyles”

Our network is a pure 100% fiber infrastructure comprised of silica glass that uses light to transmit the data. Silica glass is made from sand – an inexhaustible resource that uses far less energy and creates far less pollution to manufacture than the extraction of copper from its ore.

Phonoscope Fiber Communication’s Fiber-To-The-Home generally consumes less energy than traditional broadband technologies. Our gigabit active Ethernet and optical wavelength network layers are built for energy efficiency.

Welcome to the Gigabit family

“We truly care about our customers as the Phonoscope family”

Phonoscope Fiber Communications is now rolling out the light-speed network access in certain communities around Greater Houston providing you with the fastest and most reliable internet speeds available which will enable you to share big ideas in an instant and leave you with more time for the connections that matter at home.

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Making Egyptian History, One Sugar Cube at a Time #dish #network #sugar #land #tx


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My oldest daughter has found a new love: Ancient History. Specifically, Ancient Egyptian History.

Ree has already written about her love for The Story of the World. but I must continue to extol its praises, because the organization of those four volumes of history texts, in my opinion, raised the bar for all other history curriculum.

Emelie is in 6th grade, so she has swung back to The Story of the World: Ancient Times. This time in history was briefly touched upon in her 1st grade curriculum, but at a much simpler level of delivery. This period of history will swing around one more time around her Sophomore year of high school; completely sealing it into her understanding forever and ever, AMEN.

This bit of cyclical repetition, building upon previous understanding with even greater depth of age-appropriate knowledge, gives kids a chance to grasp history as a whole , and not just a mish-mash of time periods that somehow connect in puzzling ways here and there.

Retention comes easy when meaning is built in, and I gotta tell you, Emelie will not quickly forget what she s learning and as a result, neither will we. There s nothing like having Emelie lead off the dinner table conversation with the story of the god Osiris, his wife, Isis, and his evil brother, Set.

And though we only follow a 4-day Schedule in our curriculum, Emelie always wants to do the extra work. For instance, decoding hieroglyphs and creating stone tablets with cuneiform writing to mimic the clay square tablets used by the Egyptians.

Emelie has already completed four books as part of her History curriculum this year and isn t quite ready to move away from Ancient Egyptian History yet; we re currently on an adventure to find her more readers with the same storytelling ability as historical fiction writer, Eloise Jarvis McGraw.

The books she s enjoyed:

(All four are also available through Sonlight .)

She would have finished them much faster, but a couple of them are Read-Alouds, where we read out loud and discuss the chapter as it relates to what she s learned in her texts, Story of the World (mentioned earlier), and The Usborne Encyclopedia of World History .

She s learned about the first civilization, Egypt s crafts and trades, their Kings and Wars, how they farmed the Nile Valley, and of course, what child can resist (or adult for that matter) the mummies and the great pyramids?

Emelie decided she d like to make her own pyramid after progressing through that section of her text, so we gathered up a couple of boxes of sugar cubes, some Elmer s glue, a bit of cardboard, and some gold spray paint and one afternoon she got after it.

Surprisingly, it is harder than you might think making a tomb for Pharoah and we didn t even have smooth sides. Ours looked more like an Aztec temple, but why dwell on details when the imagination is running loose?

With all the sugar cubes glued into place, we took the pyramid outside to be sprayed with gold to represent the sun s golden rays.

In case you aren t aware, spray painting a pyramid is hard work a two-thumb kinda job, to be certain.

Oh, and here s a fun fact to know. If we lived in Chicago? We couldn t do this. Nope, you can t buy spray paint within the city of Chicago. Not even for creating tombs for Pharoahs (or mayors, or whatever).

Ever heard of backseat drivers? Meredith is a crotch driver.

Oh wait, that s not entirely appropriate sounding, now is it?

What I meant is that Meredith had a crotch s eye view of the event. Okay, that didn t sound right either.

Can I just stop and say I truly appreciated being carded to buy this paint? I didn t fuss at all. I pulled out my ID and nearly kissed the young man. Yes, sonny, I m 21. Oh, and thank you.

It took a while, this pyramid painting makeover. Sugar apparently really eats up the paint sort of like that cinder block wall in our first home.

Four gallons a room.

And then, finally? It was done.

Does anyone else have a desire to sing Goldfinger ?
I can t help it.
I love Sean Connery.

Yo! Pharoah? Eat your heart out.
Cuz if you don t, the sugar ants will.

All together now

Pharaoh, Pharaoh!
Let my people go! Huh
Yeah yeah yeah

About the Author: Heather Sanders writes about faithsizing. the choice to surrender and simplify your life to create peace and balance in all the busyness. Visit her blog. and follow her on Instagram and Pinterest.

Heather Sanders

Hi. I’m Heather, a freelance writer living in Huntsville, a smallish town on the tail-end of the East Texas Pineywoods. Twenty years ago, I married Jeff, the love of my life, and shortly after, we chose to “go forth and multiply.” We have three kids: Emelie, Meredith and Kenny. We homeschool. It s what we do, and it works for us. Tired of feeling overwhelmed, we recently faithsized our family into a 960 square foot lake cabin in need of renovation. I write at HeatherSanders.com about faith and simplifying your desires so you can be content right here and right now

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Network infrastructure security checklist #network #infrastructure #security #checklist



Assessment Program Overview

A core component of ICS-CERT’s risk management mission is conducting security assessments in partnership with ICS stakeholders, including critical infrastructure owners and operators, ICS vendors, integrators, Sector-Specific Agencies, other Federal departments and agencies, SLTT governments, and international partners.

ICS-CERT works with these and other partners to assess various aspects of critical infrastructure (cybersecurity controls, control system architectures, and adherence to best practices supporting the resiliency, availability, and integrity of critical systems), and provides options for consideration to mitigate and manage risk.

ICS-CERT’s assessment products improve situational awareness and provide insight, data, and identification of control systems threats and vulnerabilities. ICS-CERT’s core assessment products and services include self-assessments using ICS-CERT’s Cybersecurity Evaluation Tool (CSET ® ), onsite field assessments, network design architecture reviews, and network traffic analysis and verification. The information gained from assessments also provides stakeholders with the understanding and context necessary to build effective defense-in-depth processes for enhancing cybersecurity.

Private Sector Assessments

The ICS-CERT Assessment Team developed a Fact Sheet to explain the assessment offerings available to private sector entities.
Download PDF: Fact Sheet – Private Sector Assessments

Federal Assessments

The ICS-CERT Assessment Team developed a Fact Sheet to explain the assessment offerings available to Federal entities.
Download PDF: Fact Sheet – Federal Assessments

All information shared with ICS-CERT during the analysis and the report outcomes are confidential to the asset own­er and protected by DHS as Protected Critical Infrastructure Information (PCII).

Cyber Security Evaluation Tool

The Cyber Security Evaluation Tool (CSET ® ) is a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) product that assists organizations in protecting their key national cyber assets. It was developed by cybersecurity experts under the direction of the DHS Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICS-CERT). The tool provides users with a systematic and repeatable approach to assessing the security posture of their cyber systems and networks. It includes both high-level and detailed questions related to all industrial control and IT systems.


CSET ® is a desktop software tool that guides users through a step-by-step process to assess their control system and information technology network security practices against recognized industry standards. The CSET output is a prioritized list of recommendations for improving the cybersecurity posture of the organization’s enterprise and industrial control cyber systems. The tool derives the recommendations from a database of cybersecurity standards, guidelines, and practices. Each recommendation is linked to a set of actions that can be applied to enhance cybersecurity controls.

CSET ® has been designed for easy installation and use on a stand-alone laptop or workstation. It incorporates a variety of available standards from organizations such as NIST, North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC), Transportation Security Administration (TSA), U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), and others. When the tool user selects one or more of the standards, CSET opens a set of questions to be answered. The answers to these questions are compared against a selected security assurance level, and a detailed report is generated that shows areas for potential cybersecurity improvement. CSET provides an excellent means to perform a self-assessment of the security posture of your control system environment.

Key Benefits

  • CSET contributes to an organization’s risk management and decision-making process.
  • Raises awareness and facilitates discussion on cybersecurity within the organization.
  • Highlights vulnerabilities in the organization’s systems and provides recommendations on ways to address the vulnerability.
  • Identifies areas of strength and best practices being followed in the organization.
  • Provides a method to systematically compare and monitor improvement in the cyber systems.
  • Provides a common industry-wide tool for assessing cyber systems.

How to Obtain CSET

CSET 8.0 is available for download at the following link: Download CSET here

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How to Set up a Wireless Network (WiFi) Connection: 12 Steps #connect #wireless #network


How to Set up a Wireless Network (WiFi) Connection

Part One of Three:
Installing the Router Edit

Acquire a wireless router . There are a variety of factors that will determine which router is best for you. These include distance, interference, transfer speed, and security.

  • One of the most important factors to consider when purchasing a router is the distance between the router and the devices that you are wirelessly connecting. More expensive routers generally have more antennae, which can lead to a more stable connection at further distances.
  • Another factor to consider is the amount of signal interference. If you have multiple devices that operate on the 2.4 GHz band, such as microwaves and cordless phones, these can interfere with the Wi-Fi signal. Newer routers can operate on the 5 GHz band, which is much less crowded and thus less prone to interference. The drawback is that 5 GHz signals do not travel as far as 2.4 GHz signals.
  • Transfer speed is a feature to consider. Newer routers claim to be able to transfer data up to 450 Mbps. While this may be helpful when moving data between two computers over a network, it will not increase your general Internet speed, as this is set by your ISP. There are three main router speeds available: 802.11g (54 Mbps) 802.11n (300 Mbps), and 802.11ac (450 Mbps). It is important to note that these speeds are virtually impossible to attain in any environment other than a clean room free of signal interference. [1]
  • Finally, make sure that the router you are purchasing has the latest form of wireless encryption, WPA2. This is pretty much standard in all new routers, but is something to consider if purchasing an older, second-hand router. Older encryption algorithms are much less secure; a WEP key can be cracked in just a few minutes.

Connect the router to your modem. Once you’ve purchased your router, you will need to connect it to your modem. The router will have a port in the back labeled WAN/WLAN/Internet. Connect this port to the modem using a standard Ethernet cable.

  • Make sure that the router is properly powered and turned on.

Connect a computer via Ethernet cable. This step is not always necessary, but can be very useful if you want to set up the wireless router before connecting any wireless devices to it. Connecting a computer through a physical cable will allow you to tinker with the wireless settings without losing your connection to the router.

  • For optimum efficiency while setting up the router, plug it in next to your computer while you adjust the settings. After you are finished configuring the router, you can move it to where it will normally stay.

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Promoting and advertising your business – Canada Business Network #new #business #financing

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Promoting and advertising your business

Promoting your business is an ongoing activity that involves everything from word of mouth, to trade shows, to paid advertisements in the media. Once you have developed your marketing plan and are ready to choose your promotional techniques, the resources below may be helpful.

General resources

Choose the type of advertising that matches your marketing budget and follow some of BDC ‘s best practices for advertising.

Build your road map for finding and keeping customers with this free marketing plan template.

Learn how to measure the results of your advertising so you know which styles, methods and media to use.

Learn how to create a website so you can attract more customers to your business.

Online marketing techniques like social networking, emailing and blogging are useful and involve little to no direct costs.

This free guide can help you develop a social media strategy for your business to attract, engage, and retain customers.

Increase your visibility among domestic and foreign buyers by registering on this free promotional database of over 50,000 Canadian companies.

Become a certified Aboriginal or minority-owned supplier or register to access these suppliers and benefit from inclusive supply chain practices.

Handing out promotional material is an important marketing activity, even in an online world.

Applies only to: Ontario

Find out how you can set up a business improvement area and the possible benefits for your business.

Learn how to spread the word about your business.

Participating in trade shows can be worthwhile if you choose the right ones, prepare well, and follow up.

Discover the advantages of marketing your business with email.

Find out what signs mean for your business, and how to use them to your advantage.

Find out about business solutions that could help your small business manage shipping, e-commerce, marketing and more.

Industry-specific resources

Applies only to: New Brunswick Newfoundland and Labrador Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island

Learn how to attract customers to your tourism business through Internet and social media marketing.

Register your business as a potential supplier of goods and services for the shipbuilding industry.

Applies only to: New Brunswick Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island Newfoundland and Labrador

Find out how to become a supplier to the shipbuilding industry in the Atlantic provinces. This also includes building and repairing ships.

Applies only to: Newfoundland and Labrador

Promote your high-quality, distinctive Newfoundland and Labrador craft, gift and apparel products through this provincial branding program.

Applies only to: Newfoundland and Labrador

Are you looking to develop wholesale markets for your business’ craft, gift and apparel products? This program could help your venture’s sales growth.

Applies only to: Nova Scotia

Learn how to identify tourism opportunities in your region and how to develop and market your new business.

If your Canadian tourism business provides a unique experience for travellers, you could get a chance to market your product for free to key countries.

Applies only to: Ontario

Find out how to market your product or service under the Ontario brand and how to reach key tourism markets.

Applies only to: Ontario

You may be eligible for funding to help you cover some the costs of commercializing your interactive digital media content.

Applies only to: Ontario

You could get financing to help your business consortium market an Ontario tourist destination to tourists outside Ontario or Canada.

Applies only to: New Brunswick Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island Newfoundland and Labrador

Obtain up to $8,000 in financial assistance for the translation of your promotional materials, if your business is located in Atlantic Canada.

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Network Function Virtualization Or NFV Explained #network #function #virtualisation



While confusion reigns when it comes to the meaning of Software Defined Networks, the newly separated concept of Network Function Virtualization or NFV is attempting to separate itself from the fray.

Network Function Virtualization can be summed up by the statement that: “Due to recent network focused advancements in PC hardware, Any service able to be delivered on proprietary, application specific hardware should be able to be done on a virtual machine”. Essentially: Routers, Firewalls, Load Balancers and other network devices all running virtualized on commodity hardware.

NFV Technical Background

NFV was born in October of 2012 when AT T, BT, China Mobile, Deutsche Telekom and many other Telcos introduced the NFV Call to Action document. In order to increase velocity, a new committee was set up under the ETSI the European Telecommunications Standards Institute. This committee will work on creating the NFV standard.

What Makes NFV Different

While PC-based network devices have been available since the ’80s, they were generally used by small companies and networking enthusiasts who didn’t or couldn’t afford to buy a commercial-based solution. In the last few years many drivers have brought PC-based networking devices back into the limelight, including: Ethernet as the last mile, better network interface cards, and Intel’s focus on networking processing in its last few generation of chips.

Today many vendors are producing PC-based network devices. Advancements in packet handling within Intel’s processors, allowing processor cores to be re-programmed into network processors, allow PC-based network devices to push 10’s or even 100’s of Gbp/s.

Adding Network APIs To Devices Allows For Higher Performance

For the last few years, network device vendors have been building network APIs such as OpenFlow into their devices. Having an API to interact with network devices allows for the separation of the control plane from the forwarding plane. The control plane is run on a separate device and sends control data to the network device. One benefit of Network APIs is that switches that can push Tbp/s can act like mid-to high-end routers.

This combination of high-performance firewall and load balancing software running on commodity PC hardware along with the ability to off-load traffic onto inexpensive programmable switches is pushing towards large changes in the networking industry.

Values of NFV

Some of the values to the NFV concept are speed, agility, and cost reduction. By centralizing designs around commodity server hardware, network operators can:

  • Do a single PoP/Site design based on commodity compute hardware;
    • Avoiding designs involving one-off installs of appliances that have different power, cooling and space needs simplifies planning.
  • Utilize resources more effectively;
    • Virtualization allows providers to allocate only the necessary resources needed by each feature/function.
  • Deploy network functions without having to send engineers to each site;
    • “Truck Rolls” are costly both from a time and money standpoint.
  • Achieve Reductions in OpEX and CapEX; and,
  • Achieve Reduction of system complexity.

What Is The Status Of NFV?

The Network Function Virtualization committee is planning a kick-off meeting in mid-January in France. Network operators, server manufacturers, and network equipment vendors have committed to being involved, promising constructive discussions about the current state of each industry. The list of vendors involved is very large and growing every day. Once the committee is settled, the base concepts will be worked out.

Action Item: CIOs should watch the NFV and Network API spaces carefully. As the NFV committee develops standards and concepts, a lot of information will come out. CTOs can start looking at Network APIs like OpenFlow and task their network architecture team to look at Open Source projects such as RouteFlow, which has built a full control plane, including routing, into a single machine.

Footnotes: See Defining Software-led Infrastructure for key disruptive technologies (including SDN) that will allow for a simplified and automated next-generation data center.

Steve Noble is the founder of Router Analysis and president of the board of the Network Device Education Foundation (NetDEF), Steven has more than 20+ years of experience designing and running large networks. Since 1996 he has been heavily involved in writing and executing test plans for networking devices. His professional experience includes CTO of Sideband Networks, VP of Technology at XDN Inc, Technical Leader at both Cisco and Procket Networks along with being a Fellow – Network Architecture at Exodus Communications.

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