Scan ports on an IP address?

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Re: Scan ports on an IP address?

Post by cilpolir on Sat Sep 25, 2010 11:15 am
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sanddbox wrote:Nope. I'll tell people to Google if a) they're asking a REALLY obvious question (like this one), and b) I'm not in the mood to answer a question easily found on google. My problem with cilpolir was that the majority of his posts consisted of "google it lol".

actualy just 18 of my posts have the word google in it.(now 19)
expected more research from a mod, before he stated things about other users
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Re: Scan ports on an IP address?

Post by sanddbox on Sat Sep 25, 2010 12:59 pm
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cilpolir wrote:
sanddbox wrote:Nope. I'll tell people to Google if a) they're asking a REALLY obvious question (like this one), and b) I'm not in the mood to answer a question easily found on google. My problem with cilpolir was that the majority of his posts consisted of "google it lol".

actualy just 18 of my posts have the word google in it.(now 19)
expected more research from a mod, before he stated things about other users



For the love of [deity], get over it. I was referring to your recent posts, not total posts.
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