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What software to use to find open ports on Isp

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by Nevil, Mar 21, 2013.

  1. Nevil

    Nevil Registered Member

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    What software can i use to find open ports on isp and is there tunnlers that can browse on closed ports?
     
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    Advanced Port Scanner.
     
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    as a retired admin of proxyfire i use proxyfire port scanner
    and that finds me around 3k port scanned public proxies
    which is good because you cant scrape them so they last
    alot longer than scraped proxies
     
  6. Nevil

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    I am using a 3gmodem which uses sim,how will i use Nmap and port scanner for opened ports can you tell me how,i also want to find open freesites on isp?
     
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    maybe he wanted to say open ports... i do not understand the meaning of isp freesites :))
     
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    I think he wanted to mean something else as he has mentioned opened ports already in his statement :)
     
  10. proxygo

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    simple rule of port scanning
    once you no where the proxies are
    random ip block scanning is history
     
  11. hashimji12

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    Each ISP have some free sites. ie, it opens free, without activating any 3g/2g plan or without balance reduction. mostly they are ISPs home pages. By using this free site + open ports and working proxy/VPN we can browser internet at free of cost.
    what he need is, how to find the open ports in the network.

    there are tools to find TCP ports easily. But Difficult to findout UDP ports.
     
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    I'm backing nmap, best tool out there and its free.
     
  13. Nevil

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    Exactly what he said,what tools can i use to find open tcp ports and udp ports,i am using mtn network,how can i find freesites also hashimji12 add me on skype user is vschaos..
     
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    Without trying every port there is 0-65535 by manually typing it in one by one the only quick way would be to have a computer or a phone with nmap on the same GPRS/3G/3.5G network you are using and let it do the work for you. I've read that people have installed the full version of nmap on a Nokia N900. Good luck.
     
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    Thank you for clarifying this ... Now I remember 10 years ago i had dialup at home, and i had user test and password test for opening the ISP homepage, but no access on the internet, on that time I was a member of findnot[dot]com vpn, if anybody can remember them, and i have used their vpn to access the internet with the test user and password :) broadband was not an option at that time ...
    so YES, scan them with nmap and then come back so we can provide you a proxy or a vpn with the port you have found open ...
     
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    nmap and hping, hands down...
     
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    + having the ip ranges to scan is no good
    without a good port list
     
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    nmap for sure, but also try superscan.
     
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    Ahh the good old days! We used to bind two dial-up modems together make a poor man's ISDN.
     
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    NMAP!
    Lightweight and fast as hell
    Great software with a great community around it.