TCP/IP Fingerprinting

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Background: TCP/IP stack fingerprinting involves passive collecting of configuration attributes from remote devices during standard layer 4 network communications. These combinations could then be used to infer the remote operating system or to incorporate the information into a device fingerprint.

Q: Which of the below Nmap switches can be utilized to perform TCP/IP stack fingerprinting?

a. nmap -O -p

b. nmap -sU -p

c. nmap -sS

d. nmap -sT

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