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Re: Integrating nikto fingerprints on runtime
From: George Chatzisofroniou <sophron () latthi com>
Date: Thu, 19 Dec 2013 02:47:54 +0200
On Wed, Dec 18, 2013 at 08:53:51AM +1100, Christian Heinrich wrote:
Is there a tangible benefit in leveraging nmap over Nikto, such as
speed or was this rather an academic exercise?
I don't think there is a concrete reason for doing this. I can think of some
* Nmap features, like multiple host/port scanning, output in various formats
* NSE specific features, like Lua, HTTP pipelining, caching etc.
* Unified results (along with the rest of Nmap output) during a testing.
Maybe Nikto support some of these, i'm not sure.
Also, will nmap include the
This is an interesting paper. Some of these features are easy to implement and
they would probably make a good addition to NSE.
On Tue, Dec 17, 2013 at 9:29 AM, George Chatzisofroniou
<sophron () latthi com> wrote:
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Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2013 21:00:53 -0400
From: Sullo <sullo () cirt net>
To: George Chatzisofroniou <sophron () latthi com>
Subject: Re: Permission for integrating Nikto's database to Nmap
You could potentially write a parser for it and have the user point/config
the NSE to a copy they received with Nikto--there is another tool that does
this but the name is escaping me at the moment.
I suspect this might be
Nessus has its way as well .
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Re: Integrating nikto fingerprints on runtime George Chatzisofroniou (Dec 23)