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Nmap-sql update
From: "Hasnain Atique" <hatique () hasnains com>
Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 23:43:46 +0800


I'm pleased to announce that nmap-sql is now hosted on SourceForge at
http://sourceforge.net/projects/nmapsql. 

A new, completely re-written version (v0.0.2) is now available for
download. This version expands on the earlier proof-of-concept, and adds
host statistics gathering at the end of each run. Current functionality
includes:

-- Ability to log to a central mysql server from multiple instances,
identified uniquely by a scanner_id assigned against IP address of
scanner
-- Each target is assigned an ID against it's IP address. This can be
either auto-assigned or user-specified
-- Each execution of nmap can be grouped separately
-- Results of -A and OS guesses captured

At this time, it does not capture the fingerprints of services/OS that
can't be identified with full certainty. But that is in the works, as
soon as I figure out how to handle/store the large fingerprints.

Please let me know if you find this useful of if you'd like some of the
functionality modified. I'm not a web/interface developer and would
appreciate if any of you would be willing to contribute an interface to
make sense of the data. 

-- Hasnain



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