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FSPSCAN(1)							    FSPSCAN(1)

NAME
       fspscan is a small tool to scan host for	a running fsp server

SYNOPSIS
       fspscan	[-t][-o	 file][-r  retries][-l	local  port][-i	ip address][-p
       starting	port][-h][-e endport]

DESCRIPTION
       fspscan is small	tool to	scan for a running  fsp	 server	 on  a	remote
       host. When it  detects a	running	server it will display the server ver-
       sion and	the port.

ARGUMENTS
       -t -- trace (on|off), default is	off

       -o -- file, define a file for the output, default is stdout

       -r -- retries, define the number	of probes bevor	we skip	this port  and
       continue	with the next one, default is 3

       -l  --  local  port,  define  the local port number we use for scaning,
       default is 9191

       -i -- ip	address, define	the ip address or hostname  of	the  host  you
       would like to scan

       -p  --  starting	 port,	define the port	number where we	start to scan,
       default is 21

       -e -- ending port, define the  port  number  where  we  stop  to	 scan,
       default is 65535

       -h -- help, print out a short help and the default values

BUGS
       fspscan	is  not	 fastest  scanning  tool on the	earth. This program is
       known in	the wild as FSP	exploit. Detection can be avoided by disabling
       CC_VERSION command on server side.

HISTORY
       This  program was written in late 1992 by Cuda and quickly becomes must
       have tool for every FSP fan. In September 2003 it was adapted to	modern
       C  compilers  and added to FSP suite by Radim Kolar. Because most value
       of this program is purely historic, fixes and feature  enhancements  of
       this program are	kept at	minimal	amount.

SEE ALSO
       fcatcmd(1),  fcdcmd(1),	fgetcmd(1), fgrabcmd(1), flscmd(1), fmkdir(1),
       fprocmd(1),  fput(1),  frmcmd(1),  frmdircmd(1),	 fver(1),   fducmd(1),
       fhostcmd(1), fspd(1), fstatcmd(1), fsp_prof(5), ffindcmd(1), fsp_env(7)

FSP				   Jan 2005			    FSPSCAN(1)

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