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    I just finished the nmap tutorial and when the christmas scan (nmap -sX) was covered the explanation was based on a result of all 1000 scanned ports are closed.

    I have a target I can scan freely at work for training purposes, however the result I got there with the christmas scan was all 1000 scanned ports are open|filtered.

    I was wondering what this could mean in a penetration testing operation, and what I could use this information for.

    Thanks in advance 🙂

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