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10gbps zmap allowed dedicated server

TDATDA Member

I am looking for the cheapest zmap allowed dedicated server that has at least a 10gbps port, please send your offers here.

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  • @TDA said:
    zmap allowed

    Good luck, no sane provider's going to come out here and tell you they allow port scanning.

  • TDATDA Member

    @jmgcaguicla said:

    @TDA said:
    zmap allowed

    Good luck, no sane provider's going to come out here and tell you they allow port scanning.

    I am working on a shodan-like platform, and port scanning and general related activities is required.

  • xTomxTom Member, Patron Provider

    There's no legit provider allows port scanning.

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  • bruh21bruh21 Member, Host Rep

    Try hostsolutions

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  • yoursunnyyoursunny Member, IPv6 Advocate

    Hi we allow network scanning and we are legit.
    Try our scanning tool here: https://yoursunny.com/p/ndn-prefix-reach/

  • jarjar Patron Provider

    @xTom said:
    There's no legit provider allows port scanning.

    I always gave permission at the largest company I've worked for, if the reason was sound and they didn't generate significant abuse complaints.

    Port scanning is fine and has great use cases. It not being allowed on a bunch of networks doesn't seem to be slowing down large scale attacks against known vulnerabilities.

  • SplitIceSplitIce Member, Host Rep

    zmap for legitimate reasons is usually fine at most non budget providers (budget providers arent going to want to put up with the abuse emails, automated or not). I've been involved in projects that needed to perform basic ICMP and TCP (i.e http) scans of the internet and can tell you that for the most part if done of the course of ~3 months you won't trigger much.

    Also 10G of doesnt sound like zmap usage. zmap can scan the entire internet in 44minutes on 1G at full speed... and even scanning that fast will trigger abuse requests by the thousand. Generally if you were doing it for legitimate reasons (i.e internet research) you would want accurate data, not fast data.

    Now, running a shodan like service, that is actively looking and testing for vulnerabilities on the other hand... that's not going to be welcome nearly anywhere (legit). That testing for vulnerabilities you are doing... thats going to get you in trouble (both with your hosts, and in many jurisisdictions... the law).

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