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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:
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
[scanner () clouseau ~]$ nmap -d -sS -F --host_timeout 1m -A
nmap -sS -p21,23 --script=bruteTelnet,anonFTP --script-trace -d3 --
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.
I ran the nmap command for ~11 minutes and the output file is ...
[scanner () clouseau ~]$ ls -lt | head
-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 ...
There is no firewall at the Fermilab border, so you can run the
command if you wish.
Thanks for your help.
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