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os detection of a remote machine throough its ip address

Posted 03-01-2012 at 11:48 PM by secretsayan

hey guys! i m presently working how to find the os of a remote machine through its ip address...after extensive searching i have discoevred that there are few ways and they are...

1. active ip stackfingerprinting-- this is how softwares like nmap do it.

2. ttl values--- this is easy and useful but the problem is dat i could not tell specifically the version of the os..i.e. we can tell that whether the remote os is a windows or a linux but u cannot distinguish between...
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Video tutorial blog. Does it fill a nitch at LQ?

Posted 03-01-2012 at 11:36 PM by stretchedthin
Updated 04-21-2012 at 04:39 PM by stretchedthin

Well, I'll be damned. Been a linuxquestions.org member for a few years now and didn't know I had the ability to blog here.

Only odd, because I blog a lot. Mostly video blogging and all about Linux. Topics are all over the place. Really I'm just trying to get the word out about Linux to people who may not otherwise try it.

Some times I'm just playing around with the family and I end up with something,
like this tutorial, featuring the green screen function in Openshot...
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Love Linux

Posted 03-01-2012 at 05:18 PM by linuxguy08

I have working in linux for the past 7 years .I like linux community like redhat, centos and fedora .
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my blog

Posted 03-01-2012 at 05:15 PM by linuxguy08

this is my blog
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Allright, a blog!

Posted 03-01-2012 at 11:42 AM by gwmorris

Well, I just couldn't resist. I had to at least check it out and see what there was to offer. So far, looks good. We'll see how it goes from here.

I'm NOT a newbie, and have been using Linux for over 10 years, back when RedHat was still free (and worked quite well on my machines!). That's the only drawback, I really did like RedHat, and Fedora is OK most of the time, but it tends to give me a hard time once in a while. This Fedora kernel seems to be quite stable campared to the others...
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