NMAP

Course
Time
6 hours 31 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
7

Video Transcription

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in this lesson. I'm gonna walk you through installing and map, and it's gooey Zen map on the Mac OS. Other than a test scan that ensures and map is working properly, we won't be running any scans just yet. But by the end of this lesson, you should have a fully functioning Mac and map scanning station.
00:18
Installing and map on the Mac OS is really simple, and there are a couple of ways to do it. In this lesson.
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I'll walk you through my favorite way to do it. Using the Homebrew package manager.
00:30
Let's get started.
00:32
Here are the learning objectives for this lesson.
00:35
The main focus of this lesson is the lab, which will help you get and map installed on the Mac OS, which is pretty easy.
00:43
Prior to that, I just want to go over a couple of things regarding and maps origins in UNIX, which is what the current version of the Mac OS is based on.
00:51
Then we'll discuss finding, downloading and installing and map from the official and map website.
00:58
We'll move on to discuss using a package manager called Home Brew,
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then finally will complete the lesson with a short lab on the actual installation of N Map on A Mac
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in Theodore's and Matt book. He indicates that end map got its start in Lenox and UNIX based systems back in 1997.
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Since the Mac OS has been based on UNIX since the introduction of OS X using Intel processors, you can be sure that end map not only runs on a Mac, but it runs very well.
01:27
Thean map website is and map dot org's and the download page is that and map dot org's quack download.
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On that page, you'll find some quick and easy installation instructions of and map on a Mac.
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The process described is similar to the installation of N map on a PC running Windows.
01:45
Our lab will walk through a different process, though, because I find this process a little clunky, and it makes the removal of that map a lot more difficult.
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If you're running or plan to run and map on a Mac, I highly recommend taking a look at the max section of Theodore's book,
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which I've included as the last bullet point in the slide.
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If you get stuck and need to troubleshoot, you'll find what you need here.
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As I mentioned in the learning Objective slide, we'll be using the Homebrew package manager to perform the installation of N map on the Mac OS.
02:20
However, if you don't want to install home brew and are more comfortable installing and map from a gooey instead of the command line, here's a good process to follow.
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But go through the lab with me first before deciding which way you want to go.
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It is your machine, and I want you to feel comfortable doing it the way you think is best
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similar Toe rpm and D p k G for Lennox. The Mac OS has several options for package management.
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One of my favorite package managers for Max is home brew,
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according to their website, Home Brew is the missing package manager for Mac OS.
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So what does it? D'oh
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Well,
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their website says that home brew installs the stuff you need that Apple didn't
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it installs packages to their own directory and then Sim links their files into the whack us are wack local,
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so why use it
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to me? Its power comes in providing an easy interface for installing and removing software in dependencies located on a remote server from the command line.
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It is an excellent compliment to the Mac OS and works with almost all the mainstream software repositories. Service's
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If you want to read more about it before running through its installed with me,
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go to Doc's dot brew that s age
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or just give it a shot. I think you'll be glad you did.
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Okay, so now on to the lab,
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I think you'll find installing and map on the Mac OS extremely easy.
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The process of installing it on a Mac is laid out for you in this slide.
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After running a few commands and waiting for everything to install, we'll run a few simple scans using and map. And it's gooey Zen map to make sure everything works.
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Let's get started.
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Okay. Welcome to the lab on installing and map and Zen map on the Mac os.
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So first of all, we're gonna install the homebrew package manager.
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Just go to your terminal and open it up.
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Make this bigger so you can see it.
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Okay, Now, the first command is pretty long.
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So you composite video. If you need to
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take it down and
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type of Dan
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after you typed in that long command,
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It tells you what it's gonna do and just simply hit, return or
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enter
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to continue.
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Now it's gonna ask you for your password.
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Just type it in,
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then. Hit. Enter.
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This might take a little bit of time. Just be patient.
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Okay? Now that home brew is installed, we're gonna install w get
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just that
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through space installed
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space. W get
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space dash dash
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with
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dash
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library SSL
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and hit.
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All right, now that that's done, just type brew
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Space update.
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Right now, I'm just gonna clear the screen toe, make it a little bit easier to see
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right now. We're going onto the
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installed and map and said,
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Now, we'll just tie brew space, install
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space and matter.
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This will go through the process of installing and Matt.
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All right, they went pretty fast, but it's done.
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Now I'm gonna clear the screen again.
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Now we're gonna install the Zen map gooey interface for Matt
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Did install. It will take a brute
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space
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cask
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space installed
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space
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Zen man,
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if it asked you for your password, just type it in.
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It entered a return.
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Okay, I'm gonna clear the screen again.
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All right. So now that we have in map pins and map installed,
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we want to do a little scan to make sure that they're working so well. Do
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and Matt Space
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scan me
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dot and matt dot or ge.
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All right, If you see these results on your screen or something similar, then you know that and map is functioning on your computer.
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I'll go and close this terminal window.
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And now on your Mac, just go to your launcher
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launchpad.
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And right there, you could see that Zen map also is installed.
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I'll open that up
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once your password again.
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That pretty much tells you that it is
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running as a privilege user.
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Okay, so up in the upper left hand corner, you see where it says target
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again. We're gonna use the standard scan me
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that in math dot org's
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what you dislike it. That target over to the right next to profile. It says intense scan. We don't wanna do that scan. It takes a little bit too much time.
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So put the drop down,
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go down to regular scan,
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then simply click scan over there in the
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upper right hand corner of your window.
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Okay, we have the results. If you see results similar to these, then you know that Zen map and and map are both functioning together and working properly.
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And that's pretty much it.
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We're done with this lab. Thanks a lot for watching.
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The purpose of this lesson was to download and install and map on the Mac OS.
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We talked about the origins of and map, and it's used on Max. I provided you with some civil instructions on how to install and map ends and Matt directly from the official and med website.
09:56
I discussed the use of home brew package manager. Then I walked you through a lab on the installation of an map, pins and map using homebrew on a Mac.
10:05
You're Max should be ready to go for the rest of this course.
10:09
Thank you so much for watching and I'll talk to you on the next video

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