Backtrack, Network, Tools

OS Detection with xprobe2

1. Open your backtrack vm.

2. Goto Applications->BackTrack->Information Gathering->Network Analysis->OS Fingerprinting->xprobe2.

3. Execute the following command:

xprobe2 xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

or

xprobe2 -v -r xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

-v verbose
-r show route to target (traceroute)

You will get a response similar to this:

..
..
[+] Primary Network guess:
[+] Host xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Running OS: "Microsoft Windows 2003 Server Enterprise Edition" (Guess probability: 93%)
[+] Other guesses:
[+] Host xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Running OS: "Microsoft Windows NT 4 Server Service Pack 6a" (Guess probability: 93%)
[+] Host xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Running OS: "Microsoft Windows 2000 Workstation SP2" (Guess probability: 93%)
[+] Host xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Running OS: "Microsoft Windows NT 4 Server Service Pack 4" (Guess probability: 93%)
[+] Host xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Running OS: "Microsoft Windows 2000 Workstation" (Guess probability: 93%)
[+] Host xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Running OS: "Microsoft Windows NT 4 Workstation Service Pack 4" (Guess probability: 93%)
[+] Host xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Running OS: "Microsoft Windows NT 4 Workstation Service Pack 6a" (Guess probability: 93%)
[+] Host xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Running OS: "Microsoft Windows 2000 Workstation SP1" (Guess probability: 93%)
[+] Host xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Running OS: "Microsoft Windows NT 4 Server Service Pack 5" (Guess probability: 93%)
[+] Host xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Running OS: "Microsoft Windows 2000 Workstation SP3" (Guess probability: 93%)
..
..

happy xprobing..!