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RE: Possible Bug NMAP 6.00
From: "Naami, Tim" <TNaami () rhsnet org>
Date: Thu, 31 May 2012 16:38:49 +0000


Thanks for the reply. The Class B is a legacy VLAN and at one point contained a couple hundred devices scattered 
throughout the entire range.  Now it only has about 30 live devices and about half that many stale static DNS entries.  
It is not that the list is being overwhelmed in size.

I have not tried to save the Linux results to XML and open them in Windows.  Typically I don't save results as XML; 
opting for a copy and paste into a text file and after minor editing import to a spreadsheet.  I will try and see what 
the XML file does in Windows VS Linux.


-----Original Message-----
From: David Fifield [mailto:david () bamsoftware com]
Sent: Monday, May 28, 2012 1:09 AM
To: Naami, Tim
Cc: 'nmap-dev () insecure org'
Subject: Re: Possible Bug NMAP 6.00

On Thu, May 24, 2012 at 04:29:35PM +0000, Naami, Tim wrote:
To Whom It May Concern:

I am attempting to perform a list scan of a Class B subnet (nmap -sL  This is under Windows XP SP3 using Zenmap 6.00
(downloaded May 23rd).  The scan produces no output and gives a splash

Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library

Runtime Error!

Program: C:\Program Files\Nmap\zenmap.exe

This application has requested the Runtime to terminate in an unusual way.

I can scan a Class C subnet just fine.  I can use my Linux 5.51 version to scan a Class B just fine.

Thanks for this report. This is unusual because it is the embedded
Python intepreter itself crashing, not a Python program. How many hosts
does the scan on Linux find? If you save the XML scan from your Linux
host, can you open it on Windows?

David Fifield

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