xprobe

Remote OS identification

Description

Xprobe2 allows you to determine what operating system is running on a remote host. It sends several packets to a host and analyses the returned answers.

Xprobe2's functionality is comparable to the OS fingerprinting feature in nmap (written by a different Fyodor):
 - Outputs its level of confidence about the OS on the remote host.
 - Remains usable even if intermediate systems (routers, firewalls) make
   slight modifications to the packets.
 - Can list the type of intermediate device (e.g. "Linux IP masquerading").
 - Modular architecture allows new fingerprinting tests and new OS
   signatures to be added.

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