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Suppose another person is running a network scan on the network and my computer belongs to this network.

Are there ways to find who is performing the network scan or know that a network scan is being perform on my network?

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This is an exact duplicate of this question:… . Cannot close as dupe directly, thus voting to move (then close later :-) ). – sleske Jan 11 '12 at 9:57
And even if it's not an exact dupe (debatable), this question is better suited to serverfault. – sleske Jan 11 '12 at 9:59
I can't see why it would be better suited for SF. Just connecting your computer with a network is not unique to desktop support and professional networking. This is something a home user can ask themselves as well. – slhck Jan 11 '12 at 11:17

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