Hey guys, I want to put a bit more emphasis on the video-tutorial side of things at this period in my blog-career, so I’ll be focusing on those. I operate with several laptop hard drives, and only one has Windows on it. I edit my video in Windows (Gasp!), so I’m going to crack out as much video as possible before I switch back to my daily HD, which consists of Debian + XFCE4 + XMonad.
Ok so a bit about the video here would be that we are doing something basic. I get so caught up in trying to prove my worth, that I may be excluding part of my audience by not building the foundations of a good explanation of the basics. This is the way I was introduced to port scanning almost two decades ago, and it has not changed much since. Back then I used a tool called IP COP (might have been a different name, it was ~1996), but today we will be using Angry IP Scanner.
I have previously written about Angry IP Scanner Here –> Port Scanning with Angry IP Scanner if you are interested in reading about it in a text form.