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Re: HELP NMAP
From: Gutek <ange.gutek () gmail com>
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2011 18:39:12 +0200

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Le 12/04/2011 13:50, dhruval gandhi a écrit :
hi,

Hope you are best at your health.


I am nmap scripting engine user,

I have consult you before. Actually i have following  result of the
afp-brute script.

I have scanned my macbook , with the script >nmap -p 548 --script
afp-brute -d2 --script-trace  localhost


OUTPUT :

PORT      STATE   SERVICE  REASON
548/tcp     open        afp             syn-ack
Final times for host: srtt: 6706 rttvar: 6456  to: 100000

This result is not the desired one !!

Guide me please !!

And please give me the best resource to learn and develop the nmap
script in lua .

Best regards,

Dhruval.


 
Hi Dhruval,

I'm afraid you're asking the wrong person, as I'm not the author of this
script (afp-brute). See http://nmap.org/nsedoc/scripts/afp-brute.html
for details.
You'd better mail nmap-dev at insecure.org and/or copy the script's
author (hence I'm forwarding your question to the list).
Please keep in mind that, from a general point of vue, it's better to
ask the list than directly mailing the author alone : your issue (or
question) could be usefull to other users.

Back to your problem. A standard behavior for any script, and a fortiori
when it comes to brute-force scripts is _not_ to produce any output if
no result was found. That is, if the brute force hasn't found any
correct credentials, then the script will not say anything.

A good source of informations about writing scripts is the NSE Guide :
http://nmap.org/book/nse.html
Also take a look at the sample-script.nse in your /nmap/scripts/ directory.

Regards,

A.G.
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