A practical approach for defeating Nmap OS-Fingerprinting
by David Barroso Berrueta - Tuesday, 11 March 2003.
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Remote OS Fingerprinting is becoming more and more important, not only for security pen-testers, but for the black-hat. Just because Nmap is getting popularity as the tool for guessing which OS is running in a remote system, some security tools have been developed to fake Nmap in its OS Fingerprinting purpose.

This paper describes different solutions to defeat Nmap and behave like another chosen operating system, as well as a demonstration on how this can be accomplished.

Download the paper in PDF format here.

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