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Re: Suspect that --host-timeout is not working in 4.50?
From: Randolph Reitz <rreitz () fnal gov>
Date: Sat, 15 Dec 2007 22:08:17 -0600


On Dec 15, 2007, at 3:03 PM, jah wrote:

On 15/12/2007 00:34, Randolph Reitz wrote:


[scanner () clouseau ~]$ nmap -d -sS -F --host_timeout 1m -A 131.225.136.140
I've got a feeling that one of the scripts running during the above scan you gave as an example is causing a problem for you (either bruteTelnet or anonFTP), would you mind running the following similar scan:

nmap -sS -p21,23 --script=bruteTelnet,anonFTP --script-trace -d3 -- log-errors 131.225.136.140

I'm not sure whether nse scripts are meant to obey host-timeout rules or not, but neither of these scripts should take very long, certainly not the times you're seeing and using script-trace should help identify what is causing the massive delay.

Regards,

jah

Hi,

I ran the nmap command for ~11 minutes and the output file is ...

[scanner () clouseau ~]$ ls -lt | head
total 2231076
-rw-rw-r--   1 scanner scanner 2207219285 Dec 15 21:52 namp_test.out

Wow, that's big. Looks like a loop that never ends. Here is the first minute ...

Attachment: nmap_test_head.out.gz
Description:




There is no firewall at the Fermilab border, so you can run the command if you wish.

Thanks for your help.
Randy Reitz


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