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Old 22nd May 2012
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Default Nmap now fully ready for IPv6

From http://h-online.com/-1581485

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Nearly three years after the last major release of Nmap, version 6.0 of the open source network scanner has been released. Nmap is a popular utility for scanning and mapping network ranges to extract information about the systems attached to the network and the network's topology. In version 6.0, the developers have added full IPv6 support while enhancing Nmap's scripting engine, web scanning, mapping GUI and scanning performance, while also introducing a new tool called Nping.
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Sweet. Nmap is great.
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