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Nmap 3.99
From: Fyodor <fyodor () insecure org>
Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2006 03:01:53 -0800

I may release this to nmap-hackers soon.  Here is my
hopefully-not-borked 3AM release of Nmap 3.99:


Sheesh, the number of packages I have to build for each release is
getting out of hand :).  Enjoy.  Of course this is another
pre-release.  I hope to do a final 4.0 freeze within the next 2-3
days, so please send me those bugs!

Crypto sigs are in the usual place:

And here are the changes since 3.98BETA1:

o Integrated all remaining 2005 service submissions.  The DB now has
  surpassed 3,000 signatures for the first time.  There now are 3,153
  signatures for 381 service protocols.  Those protocols span the
  gamut from abc, acap, afp, and afs to zebedee, zebra, and
  zenimaging.  It even covers obscure protocols such as http, ftp,
  smtp, and ssh :).  Thanks to Version Detection Czar Doug Hoyte for
  his excellent work on this.

o Created a Windows executable installer using the open source NSIS
  (Nullsoft Scriptable Install System).  It handles Pcap installation,
  registry performance changes, and adding Nmap to your cmd.exe
  executable path.  The installer source files are in mswin32/nsis/ .
  Thanks to Google SoC student Bo Jiang (jiangbo(a)brandeis.edu) for
  creating the initial version.

o Fixed a backward compatibility bug in which Nmap didn't recognize
  the --min_rtt_timeout option (it only recognized the newly
  hyphenated --min-rtt-timeout).  Thanks to Joshua D. Abraham
  (jabra(a)ccs.neu.edu) for the bug report.

o Fixed compilation to again work with gcc-derivatives such as
  MingW. Thanks to Gisle Vanem (giva(a)bgnett.no) for sending the


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