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Re: Nmap/Mysql
From: Tim <tim-pentest () sentinelchicken org>
Date: Fri, 12 May 2006 17:50:17 -0400

I'm looking to see if anyone is currently dumping nmap scans to mysql and
how they may be doing it.  I see that there's a sourceforge page for a patch
to the nmap code, but it looks to only support 3.x and not the latest 4.x

I've done this before, by taking NMap's XML output and parsing it with a
perl module (there's one on cpan).  From there it's easy to push it into
MySQL, once you've figured out your desired schema.

I never did really create a front-end for that database.  Just wrote
scripts to generate views of data in a CSV format for the Excel lovers
in my company.


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