Amap, is a scanning tools, that help us to know which application works at which port, why? because sometimes, users love to change the applications ports, (like we do).
For example: from now on, the SSH port will be 3390 and not 22
This is the reason, why we should use Amap.

#1) Open a terminal & type:

assault@kalivm:~$ sudo amap –help
*We have to know which flags do we want to use. For example, lets take the -bqv, -P & -A flags*

*And we will get this output – Take a good look at the putput*


-bqv flag



-P & -A flags





Here is an example by Gamer Forever