Install Nmap & Zenmap on Centos, RHEL & Fedora
Nmap (Network MAPper) is a great network scanning tool. However, it’s default command line interface isn’t the easiest for newbies, and it doesn’t offer a very visually appealing way to analyze your scan.
This is where the Zenmap GUI comes in very handy. This comes installed by default in Windows and Mac OS/OS X, but not by default in Linux (at least Centos 7).
To install nmap you must run
sudo yum install nmap.
To install Zenmap you must run
sudo yum install nmap-frontend.
You can, of course achieve both at once with
sudo yum install nmap nmap-frontend.
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