How to find open ports in Termux?

Ports play a major role in the internet. My website aktermux.in works also on an HTTPS port 443. We can say that without ports we can’t imagine a network. 

As ports are beneficial for us but periodically it can be risky. When a system port is open then hackers can access all files of the system using that port. So, Security Researchers always scan a system or Website ports before testing that. 

Today we are going to discuss how to check open ports of a system using Termux.

Termux is an Android Emulator that provides us with a Linux environment. If your mobile is rooted then you can use Termux as Kali Linux

There are many tools used for open port Checking But Nmap and Metasploit are the most used tools for port scanning.

If you are testing a website or system then you need the IP address of that system.

Before scanning, let’s know how to install Nmap in Termux. It is very simple to install Nmap in Termux. You can easily download Nmap using the command given below.

$ apt install Nmap 

If your mobile is not rooted then you can use Nmap with limited access because for advance scanning it’s required to root your mobile phone.

 Let’s consider an example.

I want to check my website example.com open ports. I have to simply use a command as given below.

$ nmap example.com

Like a website, you can check the ports of a system using Nmap. You can use a given command to check the open ports of a system.

$ nmap IP-address
Example: $ nmap 192.0.0.1

I hope you like our information and if you have any further queries then just comment below now we will reply to you immediately.

How to find open ports in Termux?

There are many tools used for open port Checking But Nmap and Metasploit are the most used tools for port scanning. We can use these tools and can check open ports in termux.

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