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After installation, we will run the application which results us by providing 3 tabs, i. We will use the IP Address for the target. After selecting the Target, we must select the port that we want to scan, we have multiple options like, all ports, Common Ports, Discovery Ports, and others. This includes many types with an option to modify. We can craft a personalized audit with the help of options provided. This took more time in performing the scan, but the personalized scan will take less time.
Now, we got the Options. Here, we have a choice to select some additional functionality that we can include in our scan. We can also provide the number of users that we want to enumerate.
After hitting the Scan button, the scan starts running and we can see the details of the Scan in Active tab of the Scan Job Section. We also can see other details of the scan.
In this, we can select more option to refine our report. Apart from this, we can also select the type of report that we want. You can see in the above image that, the report will cover all the major sections which are scan summary, top vulnerabilities, and open ports and all the important information that is required. My Account.
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In , Vivek was the first to demonstrate how malware could use Wi-Fi to create backdoors, worms, and even botnets.