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Web-based port scanning
From: Fyodor <fyodor () dhp com>
Date: Wed, 2 Jun 1999 02:25:27 -0400 (EDT)


Hello everyone,

I haven't had time to work on Nmap in a while, but I hope to soon.  Good
things are coming in the next version.

We have discussed on this list the idea of running nmap from CGI scripts.
Three people wrote me today with implementations.  I am passing them on in
case people find them useful:

http://207.153.200.249/cgi-bin/nettool.cgi
** Created by Joshua Grubman <jg () false net>
** Allows OS detection, MX records, Traceroute, Whois, RBL Lookup
** Good for anti-spam research

http://crypto.yashy.com/nmap.php3
** Created by Yasholomew Yashinski <yashy () yashy com>
** Portscans the machine you are surfing from (or your proxy)
** Source code available at http://crypto.yashy.com/nmap.phps

http://www.e-softinc.com/webscan/
** Created by Thomas Reinke <reinke () e-softinc com>
** Allows you to schedule nmap connect() or SYN scans on a 
   daily, weekly, or monthly basis and it mails you the results.
** They charge $225 - $1500 per IP (I'm not kidding!).

Cheers,
Fyodor

--
Fyodor                            'finger pgp () www insecure org | pgp -fka'
"Hacking is not about answers. Hacking is about the path you take to find
 the answers." --ReDragon



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