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  1. I am using latest Zenmap in case it means anything. Re-learning Nmap. I am trying to nail down the best option to locate where some IP's are by Nmap only. I understand there is always a chance of error. But what option with in Nmap will provide the best options only through Nmap. I have narrowed down so far to The below. nmap -sC -iL ip-list.txt -oA "C:\\\\Users\\\\Universe\\\\Desktop\\\\Logs\\\\ip-List-Results-b" --open --system-dns -Pn --script ip-geolocation-geoplugin --traceroute Am I close? What would you people do if you wanted to nail a location as close as you could with only Nmap? AND ... something that bothers me. Why does Nmap now add so many \\\ when scanning.
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