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May 2008 OS highlights
From: David Fifield <david () bamsoftware com>
Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2008 11:31:16 -0600

Hi,

I just got around to integrating OS submissions and corrections up to
May 31, 2008. The database grew 10% from 1305 to 1438 fingerprints. Here
are the highlights.

Apple has a name for the operating system that runs on the iPod touch
and iPhone: iPhone OS. Nmap will print that instead of "embedded" for
those devices.

Apple Time Capsule NAS device (NetBSD)
This thing, like the AirPort Express, runs NetBSD. It's hard to say if
I'm justified in listing it separately because we get so few NetBSD
submissions.

Nintendo Wii game console
The submitter had to take extra steps to get an open port.

Sony PSP game console (modified, running Custom Firmware 3.90 M33-2)
Our first PSP submission. Unfortunately it's not for the official
firmware.

TenAsys iRMX III 2.2
iRMX is a real-time operating system for 8080 and 8086 processor that
dates back to 1980.

WIZnet W3150A TCP/IP chip
This is an implementation of TCP/IP on an IC chip. The submitter says it
"exposes a 4-socket TCP/IP stack to the host as a series of
memory-mapped registers."

Zebra LP 2844-Z label printer

Quite a few fingerprints were slightly expanded to include new version
numbers such as Linux 2.6.25, Darwin 9.2.2, and Vista SP1. Even if Nmap's
operating system guess is only slightly wrong, please submit a
correction, because it's the only way we'll know.

David Fifield

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