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Re: svn update failures
From: Patrik Karlsson <patrik () cqure net>
Date: Wed, 16 May 2012 16:29:57 +0200

On Tue, May 15, 2012 at 11:47 PM, Forrest Aldrich <forrie () gmail com> wrote:

I'm still having the same trouble.

Okay, so if I'm going to have to type in a username for each update tree,
which anonymous one should I use?

Forrest



# svn update
U    nmap-service-probes
D    scripts/asn-to-prefix.nse
U    scripts/rexec-brute.nse
U    scripts/http-domino-enum-**passwords.nse
U    scripts/firewalk.nse
U    scripts/dns-cache-snoop.nse
U    scripts/acarsd-info.nse
U    scripts/lltd-discovery.nse
U    scripts/xmpp-info.nse
U    scripts/smtp-vuln-cve2010-**4344.nse
U    scripts/asn-query.nse
U    scripts/ganglia-info.nse
U    scripts/targets-sniffer.nse
U    scripts/ssl-enum-ciphers.nse
U    scripts/whois.nse
U    scripts/http-vuln-cve2010-**2861.nse
U    scripts/reverse-index.nse
D    scripts/hostmap.nse
U    scripts/smtp-open-relay.nse
U    scripts/drda-info.nse
U    scripts/smtp-vuln-cve2011-**1764.nse
U    scripts/http-qnap-nas-info.nse
U    scripts/svn-brute.nse
U    scripts/http-backup-finder.nse
U    scripts/http-php-version.nse
U    scripts/smb-security-mode.nse
U    scripts/http-barracuda-dir-**traversal.nse
U    scripts/pop3-brute.nse
U    scripts/script.db
U    scripts/ftp-brute.nse
U    scripts/http-affiliate-id.nse
A    scripts/ajp-request.nse
A    scripts/rdp-vuln-ms12-020.nse

Authentication realm: <https://svn.nmap.org:443> svn.nmap.org
Password for 'root':

Authentication realm: <https://svn.nmap.org:443> svn.nmap.org
Username: guest
Password for 'guest':
svn: Server sent unexpected return value (403 Forbidden) in response to
OPTIONS request for 'https://svn.nmap.org&apos;



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Is there any particular reason for having the server root directory
password protected? If that's what's causing the error, which seems likely
given the last error message, simply having it return a 404 or 200 could
perhaps solve the problem.

//Patrik

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