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Re: [NSE Script] MySQL Server Information
From: Kris Katterjohn <katterjohn () gmail com>
Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2007 17:30:51 -0600
Thomas Buchanan wrote:
First off, sorry to be so late joining this thread. I've been wanting
to contribute, but I'm swamped right now, and just haven't been able to
As far as I know, patterns in Lua are case-sensitive, although I can't
find any specific online references that supports that statement. Here's
a quick test from a command-line Lua interpreter:
Lua 5.1.2 Copyright (C) 1994-2007 Lua.org, PUC-Rio
> a = "a"
> m = string.match(a, "a")
> m = string.match(a, "A")
That's good enough for me ;) Thanks
I hope people find it useful. I'll look into adding other things,
like attempting logins, etc.
This was really the main reason I wanted to jump in. About 3 weeks ago,
I started working on a MySQL script myself. Unfortunately, things got
very busy, and I haven't had time to make significant progress on it.
However, I was able to successfully login to MySQL servers using the
extended login capabilities introduced in 4.1. To login with a password
requires the ability to create SHA1 hashes of the password and the salt
received from the server, which was my motivation for the NSE/OpenSSL
patches I posted to the list recently:
I'm really busy through the end of the year, but I'd love to be able to
help with this effort. I can post the very rough code that I have
cobbled together for you guys to look at, or I can try to integrate my
login code into Kris's script once I have time.
It'd be great if you'd post up your code for jah and I to play with.
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