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Override port rule for a script from the command line?
From: Marcus Haebler <haebler () gmail com>
Date: Mon, 13 Jun 2011 16:04:46 -0400


is there a general way to override the portrule setting in a script
from the nmap command line? I was trying to run ssl-enum-ciphers


on TCP port 80 because someone put an HTTPS server there.
Unfortunately, the script has a port rule of:

portrule = shortport.ssl

That seems to make it impossible to get the ciphers enumerated with
Nmap unless I either change the script - make portrule more general
like all TCP or add a script specific parameter - or have a general
way to override the portrule line.

The latter does not seem to exist or I did not see the forest for the trees.



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