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Re: [NSE] NCP library, ncp-serverinfo and ncp-enum-users
From: Patrik Karlsson <patrik () cqure net>
Date: Sat, 28 May 2011 11:03:02 +0200
On May 22, 2011, at 4:51 PM, Patrik Karlsson wrote:
On Apr 29, 2011, at 10:35 PM, Patrik Karlsson wrote:
I'm attaching a NCP library together with two scripts that make use of it.
The first script ncp-serverinfo collects information from the NCP service using a number of different NCP functions.
The end result looking something like this:
| Server name: LINUX-L84T
| Tree Name: CQURE-LABTREE
| OS Version: 5.70 (rev 7)
| Product version: 6.50 (rev 7)
| OS Language ID: 4
| 192.168.56.33 524/udp
| 192.168.56.33 524/tcp
The other script ncp-enum-users attempt to enumerate all user objects from the NCP service.
The following output illustrates the result returned from this script:
The scripts have undergone limited testing against Suse Open Enterprise Server SP3.
Given the fact that documentation is scarce and Wireshark decoding is limited I would appreciate if people with
access to eDirectory would try the scripts out.
You can try the scripts by running:
nmap -p 524 192.168.56.33 --script ncp-enum-users
nmap -p 524 192.168.56.33 --script ncp-serverinfo
Anyone objecting to me committing these scripts?
As I didn't get any objections, the library and scripts are committed as r23416.
If anyone objects strongly against this, please let me know.
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