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Re: Sun Service Tags Nmap Discovery script
From: David Fifield <david () bamsoftware com>
Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2011 20:57:04 -0800
On Thu, Dec 30, 2010 at 10:16:16AM +1100, Matthew Flanagan wrote:
On 30 December 2010 09:45, David Fifield <david () bamsoftware com> wrote:
On Wed, Dec 29, 2010 at 05:39:06PM -0500, Jonathan Rethorn wrote:
Matthew, is this Service Tags agent something that's easy to install on
Supposedly Windows too.
What I mean is, can you give me instructions on how to set this up to
test it? Or is it some proprietary thing?
You can download all the different OS versions from http://arseh.at/svctags
You will also find that some of the ILOM (integrated lights out
management) cards respond to service tags requests as well if they are
ethernet connected. They are running some kind of Linux on an embedded
Is my script the kind of thing that could be considered to be included
It is definitely something we can include. We just haven't gotten any
I found out that service tags is installed by default in OpenSolaris. I
booted osol-0906-x86.iso in text mode (no need to install), then ran
$ svcadm enable '*std*'
I intended '*std*' to match in.stdiscover, but I'm not sure that's what
it's doing. Anyway, it opens port 6481. I ran the script and got this
Discovered open port 6481/udp on 10.0.2.15
NSE: 'servicetags' (thread: 0x8e75ca0) against 10.0.2.15:6481 threw an error!
[C]: in function 'try'
./scripts/servicetags.nse:141: in function <./scripts/servicetags.nse:83>
(tail call): ?
I'm attaching a packet capture. The scanning machine sends
"[PROBE] 1294721585\r\n" and receives " 6481\n".
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- Re: Sun Service Tags Nmap Discovery script David Fifield (Jan 11)