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Re: [NSE] Script for CCTV camera detection Version 1.0
From: Subhankar Rj <subhankar.rj () gmail com>
Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2014 06:19:50 +0530

Yeah true its simple, I am just starting with NSE script development. I
will add the brute authentication part to this script soon. I am making
this script for my experience need not necessarily be added to the library,
after all its my first script I will write better ones.
Also I will see if I can add this to the http-enum file, anyone else is
welcome to do it if interested.
Thanks for having a look at the script,


On 4 March 2014 06:15, Subhankar Rj <subhankar.rj () gmail com> wrote:

Yes, it occurred to me too. Getting a inventory of the different
configuration used by different cctv vendors will take some time and
research, that is why i went with the most common configuration that i
could find. But I will surely add that inventory or as much as i can in
later versions.
Thanks for having a loot at the script.


On 4 March 2014 01:05, NMap User1 <nmapuser1 () gmail com> wrote:

There are numerous CCTV vendors with widely varying designs and
configurations.  They often use different ports, web server
types/configurations, authentication protocols, etc.  The included script
only appears to target one specific type (but yet relatively common).

I think the first step in such endeavor would be to gather a comprehensive
inventory of all such devices and their associated configuration.  Then
break it down by vendor, device type, and implementation.  It will likely
a challenging task since many devices are rebranded under an array of
different vendors and names.

-----Original Message-----
From: dev [mailto:dev-bounces () nmap org] On Behalf Of Subhankar Rj
Sent: Monday, March 03, 2014 1:10 PM
To: dev () nmap org
Subject: [NSE] Script for CCTV camera detection Version 1.0


I just made a script to confirm if a CCTV camera is connected to a
Later on I would add brute force authentication.
Any ideas/suggestion/criticism is appreciated


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