Zenmap: Nmap Made Easy For Linux Mint / Ubuntu Users

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Here’s how to install and use Zenmap, a graphical front-end for nmap in Linux Mint / Ubuntu:

1. Issue the following command at the terminal to install Zenmap –

sudo apt-get install zenmap

Zenmap: Nmap Made Easy For Linux Mint / Ubuntu Users

2. After the installation is complete, issue the following command at the terminal to launch the application –

sudo zenmap

Zenmap: Nmap Made Easy For Linux Mint / Ubuntu Users

3. To initiate a port scan, enter the target IP and click ‘Scan’.

Zenmap: Nmap Made Easy For Linux Mint / Ubuntu Users

4. After the nmap is complete, click on ‘Ports / Hosts’, ‘Topology’ and ‘Host Details’ to view the results.

Zenmap: Nmap Made Easy For Linux Mint / Ubuntu Users

Zenmap: Nmap Made Easy For Linux Mint / Ubuntu Users

Zenmap: Nmap Made Easy For Linux Mint / Ubuntu Users

Zenmap: Nmap Made Easy For Linux Mint / Ubuntu Users

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