Initial packet size (16 bits) Initial TTL (8 bits) Window size (16 bits) Max segment size (16 bits) Window scaling value (8 bits) “don’t fragment” flag (1 bit) “sackOK” flag (1 bit) “nop” flag (1 bit) These values may be combined to form a 67-bit signature, or fingerprint, for the target machine Just inspecting the Initial TTL and window size fields is often enough in order to successfully identify an operating system, which eases the task of performing manual OS fingerprinting.
- Post author:jonathansblog
- Post published:July 14, 2019
- Post category:jonathansblog / Methodology / Pentest
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