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Re: [nmap-svn] r23421 - nmap/scripts
From: David Fifield <david () bamsoftware com>
Date: Sat, 28 May 2011 11:23:01 -0700

On Sat, May 28, 2011 at 10:55:44AM -0700, commit-mailer () insecure org wrote:
Author: gorjan
Date: Sat May 28 10:55:44 2011
New Revision: 23421

Log:
Separator "," in backorifice-brute.nse instead of ";"

Modified:
   nmap/scripts/backorifice-brute.nse

Modified: nmap/scripts/backorifice-brute.nse
==============================================================================
--- nmap/scripts/backorifice-brute.nse        (original)
+++ nmap/scripts/backorifice-brute.nse        Sat May 28 10:55:44 2011
@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@
 -- @usage
 -- nmap -sU --script backorifice-brute <host> --script-args backorifice-brute.ports=<ports>
 --
--- @arg backorifice-brute.ports (mandatory) List of UDP ports to run the script against separated with ";" ex. 
"U:31337;25252;151-222", "U:1024-1512"
+-- @arg backorifice-brute.ports (mandatory) List of UDP ports to run the script against separated with "," ex. 
"U:31337,25252,151-222", "U:1024-1512"
 --
 -- This script uses the brute library to perform password guessing. A 
 -- successful password guess is stored in the nmap registry, under the 
@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@
              return false
      end
      
-     return port.protocol == "udp" and stdnse.in_port_range(port, ports:gsub(";",",") ) and
+     return port.protocol == "udp" and stdnse.in_port_range(port, ports:gsub(",",",") ) and
              not(shortport.port_is_excluded(port.number,port.protocol))

I thought this used ';' to avoid a conflict with a comma, which is used
to separate script args. If I try

--script-args backorifice-brute.ports=U:1024,31337

then nmap.registry.args["backorifice-brute"] contains only "U:1024".

David Fifield
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