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Re: Nmap Redundancy and Script Question
From: Fyodor <fyodor () insecure org>
Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2007 14:01:06 -0800
On Wed, Nov 28, 2007 at 09:45:04PM -0600, Alan Jones wrote:
Then the inside "\mswin32\" there are the following directories
Hi Alan. Thanks for the report. It turns out that the NSIS "File"
directive has an annoying (but at least documented) side effect when
you specify /r option. I have tested and checked in a fix to Nmap.nsi
which should resolve this for the next release.
Also inside the \nmap\scripts\ directory is a directory called .svn with
the following files/directories and stuff in the directories.
I have also checked in a fix for this.
Also in the 4.23RC3 release notes it was mentioned that promiscuous.nse
was in the "demo category" for now. In looking at the NSE Usage
http://insecure.org/nmap/nse/nse-usage.html I did not see a demo
When I checked the script itself it was said it was in the discovery
category. What am I missing?
I guess discovery is a good category for it, since that is not done by
default. I just didn't want to make it a default script this close to
the stable release. I've updated the CHANGELOG.
We really need to revisit the NSE category names (though any major
changes would be after the stable release).
What is the easiest way if you want to run "all" scripts?
I see an option -sC equivalent to --script=safe,intrusive. Is there a
-sA for all scripts or do you just do -script <directory>?
Script <directory> sounds like a good idea. I think we should make a
convenience option for this as well (e.g. -sC all).
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