Port Scan Commands

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Scan top 1000 ports (RustScan)

To perform a scan of the top 1000 ports using RustScan, follow these simple steps:

1. Open your terminal or command prompt.
2. Ensure that RustScan is installed on your system. If not, you can install it by following the official RustScan installation instructions for your operating system.
3. Once RustScan is installed, open your terminal or command prompt and enter the following command: rustscan --top
4. Press Enter to execute the command.

RustScan will now initiate the port scanning process, focusing on the top 1000 ports commonly used in various applications. The tool will scan these ports on the target system and provide you with information about which ports are open or closed.

By scanning the top ports, you can gain valuable insights into the security posture of the target system and identify any potential vulnerabilities.

Remember, it's crucial to use RustScan responsibly and with proper authorization. Unauthorized scanning is illegal and unethical. Always obtain the necessary permissions before performing any security testing.

Start scanning the top 1000 ports with RustScan and enhance your security assessments. Stay vigilant and protect against potential threats!

rustscan -a [target] --top --ulimit 10000

[target]: Is you Domain host name or IP