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Re: Zenmap GUI & nmap-update on Mac OS X 10.9.3 - wrong library references
From: Barry Allard <barry.allard () gmail com>
Date: Tue, 1 Jul 2014 21:28:34 -0700
I also recently gave zenmap a go on osx 10.9.4 from http://nmap.org/dist/nmap-6.46.dmg.
It asks for the osx priv elevation, then silently exits. There were no errors in the Console.app, only a mention of
Running from the terminal as per Fabrizio, I encountered a similar error about libffi.
Not a solution, but here's a script that audits all installed files for dependency leaks:
Also, I’ve seen folks setup non-persistent VMs for clean, isolated, reproducible builds. Regardless of legalities, OSX
can be virtualized without too much trouble.
Finally, signing the .pkg installer inside the .dmg &&(prefbly)/|| gpg signing the .dmg might be good ideas, because
some folks frown at running untrusted code.
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