I’m not a computer expert but if you know the basics of USB and a computer, then you can probably tell me what to do with a Raspberry PI.
There’s no software for the Pi, and even if you’re a software developer, there’s not much to do on the Pi itself.
I don’t have the expertise to scan ports for malware, but I did know how to do a quick check on what ports I was connected to, and then I went through the steps to scan my Pi for the port scanner.
First, I’ll show you how to use the USB Scanner software.
Next, I’m going to show you the steps you need to take to scan your Raspberry Pi.
Then I’ll share some tips and tricks to help you get started.
Step 1: Turn on the USB port scanner