Whether you’re a small or large business, ip scan needs to be conducted. It’s used to protect your network from inside and outside threats. And through this guide, we’ll help you find out if ip scanning is the right network maintenance method for you.
The purpose of ip scanning are:
- Recognizing valuable TCP and UDP network services that run on the targeted hosts.
- Recognizing filtering systems between the targeted hosts and users.
- Determine the operating systems by assessing IT responses.
- Evaluate the target’s TCP sequence number to determine the TCP spoofing and sequence attack.
In Depth: Network Scanning
To go further, network scanning consists of vulnerability scanning and port scanning.…Continue reading