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  • n. A software program that performs portscans.

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  • I've thought all along that the only way out of the horrific pay, pension, and benefits holes local governments have dug for themselves was going to be the threat of bankruptcy or the real thing. portscanner: Why should cities file for bankruptcy?

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  • Which is what they should have done in the first place to do "whatever" they wanted to do instead of being lured by the same "credit fairy" that got the rest of the people in trouble. portscanner: Why should cities file for bankruptcy?

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  • Benjimin_Dover: portscanner: Why should cities file for bankruptcy?

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  • Friskya: portscanner: Why should cities file for bankruptcy?

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  • Ironic that he's a CPA who couldn't even manage his own assets, eh? portscanner: Why should cities file for bankruptcy?

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  • Thank you for this. portscanner: Why should cities file for bankruptcy?

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  • Introducing gnetscan a very simple portscanner that when run on local reliable networks is really fast and the user can specify a class C subnet, a portrange and of course verbosity level.

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  • For example, if you select the Nessus SYN scanner and the netstat WMI portscanner, Nessus will try to log in via WMI to enumerate the ports first, then to fall back to the SYN scanner

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  • I have to remove my firearm, secure it in the car, and then enter such a restaurant because of the no guns + EtOH laws. puddleonfire: Just don't serve alcohol if you don't want anyone to have any. portscanner: The NRA should be added to Napolitano's list of extremist groups.

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