I’ve recently tried out the following nmap command on my Kali Linux virtual machine with Nmap 7.91,
nmap -sS -e eth0 -S 126.96.36.199 192.168.0.102
I was trying to perform a SYN scan with a spoofed IP of 188.8.131.52 on to my host computer with WireShark on it. Upon doing it I received this error:
NSOCK ERROR (0.2750s) mksock_bind_addr(): Bind to 192.168.0.105:0 failed (IOD #1): Cannot assign requested address (99)
Yet, checking on my WireShark, the spoofing works. So I’m kinda confused as to what this is.
Additionally, being new to this, when checking WireShark during scanning, a lot of prompts saying TCP-Out-Of-Order is received. I get that it means the TCP frames sent are not in order, but if a network administrator sees this it be quite obvious someone was scanning. Is there a way to prevent this? Or is this something experienced with using a VM?