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Nmap x64
Sunday 29th December, 2013 01:59 Comments: 1
Random late night thought, how easy is it to compile Nmap as a 64 bit Windows application? It can be compiled okay on Linux, but I don't think anyone has tried it with Windows even though it probably only involves targeting x64 when building things. The third party libraries might be more of an issue, but OpenSSL must support 64 bit, which might only leave some random things that aren't essential.

Why? Because Windows x64 has been around for a decade and at some point x86 versions of Windows will disappear (Server 2008 R2 onwards are x64 only). Also, big scans are more likely to work without running out of memory. Maybe.
Avatar Robert - Monday 30th December, 2013 12:28
I gave this a go yesterday. I managed to get nmap.exe to compile, but it wouldn't start properly :(

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