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Re: Time to lose gen1 OS detection?
From: "Kris Katterjohn" <katterjohn () gmail com>
Date: Thu, 1 Nov 2007 08:28:31 -0500
On 10/31/07, DePriest, Jason R. <jrdepriest () gmail com> wrote:
I'm in the process of moving, but I should be able to pull out my BeOS
CD and install a copy to fingerprint once I get settled.
And I actually have access to a CacheFlow that I'll need to put back
on the network to scan. I might not be able to get it up, though.
It's been sitting on a table in a lab for going on three years now.
Our firewalls are Netscreens, but they are probably running newers
version of the OS than were present in the gen1 database.
On Oct 30, 2007 9:16 PM, joe haldon wrote:
It seems that the OS database for O1 are nmap-os-fingerprints and the
O2 are nmap-os-db in the 'share/nmap' directory. Just a quick look
shows that we are missing prints for these systems:
BeOS 4 - 5
NetBSD on Amiga
CacheFlow Web Proxy
Cray UNICOS 9 - 10
Gentoo 1.2 (2.4.19-gentoo-rc5)
Juniper Networks 5.x
NetWare 4.11 5.0
NextStep / OpenStep
OpenBSD 2.1 2.2 2.6-2.8 3.3 3.5
PS2 Sony Game console
Raptor on NT / Sun
Ricoh AP4500 Laser printer
Rio Karma mp3 player
Sequent DYNIX 4.x
SMC Barricade DSL router
Sony Ericsson P800 phone
US Robotics Wireless Router
There's a chance I can get PS2 and Plan 9 fingerprints.
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Re: Time to lose gen1 OS detection? joe haldon (Oct 29)
Re: Time to lose gen1 OS detection? Fyodor (Oct 30)
Re: Time to lose gen1 OS detection? DePriest, Jason R. (Oct 29)
RE: Time to lose gen1 OS detection? Dario Ciccarone (dciccaro) (Oct 29)
Re: Time to lose gen1 OS detection? kx (Oct 29)
- Re: Time to lose gen1 OS detection?, (continued)