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Re: Where can I download Ncrack?
From: ithilgore <ithilgore.ryu.l () gmail com>
Date: Fri, 26 Jun 2009 22:00:35 +0300

Walt Scrivens wrote:
I worked on proofreading Fyodor's book, but couldn't contribute much due
to my workload.  I've been following the nmap-dev list for some time,
and now that I don't have a "Day Job" any more, I want to try to help
out in the testing.

I don't have credentials for the subversion repository.  Is that
publicly available, or do I need to apply somewhere?



Thanks about the offer! Testing ncrack against various services is really
important, even at this stage. I would suggest using the debugging option when
performing any kind of test. You can try using the maximum debug-level: -d10
Note that this will lead in a lot of output and redirecting stdout and stderr
 ( &> output-file ) to a file might help.

Currently ncrack supports the ftp and telnet protocols and I hope that soon
enough the ssh module will be introduced as well.

As for the subversion credentials, David already answered your question.


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