Port Scan Commands

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Check Open and Closed ports (Unicornscan)

To check open and closed ports using Unicornscan, follow these steps:

- Install Unicornscan: Begin by installing Unicornscan on your system. You can download the latest version from the official Unicornscan website or use package managers like apt or yum, depending on your operating system.

- Identify the Target: Determine the IP address or hostname of the target system you want to scan. Unicornscan allows you to scan single hosts, IP ranges, or entire networks.

- Perform a Basic Scan: Open a terminal and enter the following command: unicornscan [target]
Replace [target] with the IP address, hostname, or network range you wish to scan. This command initiates a basic scan that checks the most common ports on the target system and provides a list of open and closed ports.

- Utilize Advanced Scan Techniques: Unicornscan offers advanced scanning techniques to enhance your port scanning capabilities. 

- Analyze the Results: Once the scan completes, Unicornscan will display a list of open and closed ports, along with additional information such as service banners and responses. Analyze this output carefully to identify any potential vulnerabilities or misconfigurations on the target system.

Remember to exercise caution and adhere to ethical guidelines when performing port scans. Always ensure that you have proper authorization before conducting any scanning activities, and use this knowledge responsibly to enhance the security of your systems.

unicornscan -r30 -mT [target]

[target]: Is you Domain host name or IP