Zenmap
Zenmap 6.40-2
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Zenmap is a GUI frontend and results viewer for Nmap.

Nmap is a free and open source utility for network exploration and security auditing. Zenmap is a multi-platform X Window System graphical frontend and results viewer for Nmap. Ncat is a general-purpose network sending and receiving utility, a reimplementation of Netcat. Ndiff is a an Nmap scan comparison utility. Nping is a tool for packet generation and sending.

This package contains Nmap, Zenmap, Ncat, Ndiff, and Nping. It is intended to work on Intel and PowerPC Macs running Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
What's New
Version 6.40-2:
  • [Ncat] Fixed compilation when --without-liblua is specified in configure (an #include needed an ifdef guard).
  • [NSE] Add http-server-header script to grab the Server header as a last-ditch effort to get a software version. This can't be done as a softmatch because of the need to match non-HTTP services that obey some HTTP requests.
  • [NSE] Add rfc868-time script to get the date and time from an RFC 868 Time server.
  • [NSE] Add weblogic-t3-info script that detects the T3 RMI protocol used by Oracle/BEA Weblogic. Extracts the Weblogic version, as well
  • Fixed a bug in libdnet with handling interfaces with AF_LINK addresses on FreeBSD >9 reported by idwer on IRC. Likely affected other *BSDs. Handled by skipping these non-network addresses.
  • Fixed a bug with UDP checksum calculation. When the UDP checksum is zero (0x0000), it must be transmitted as 1's-complement -0 (0xffff) to avoid ambiguity with +0, which indicates no checksum was calculated. This affected UDP on IPv4 only. Reported by Michael Weber.
  • [NSE] Removed a fixed value (28428) which was being set for the Request ID in the snmpWalk library function; a value based on nmap.clock_ms will now be set instead.
  • [NSE] Add http-iis-short-name-brute script that detects Microsoft IIS servers vulnerable to a file/folder name disclosure and a denial of service vulnerability. The script obtains the "shortnames" of the files and folders in the webroot folder.
  • Idle scan now supports IPv6. IPv6 packets don't usually come with fragments identifiers like IPv4 packets do, so new techniques had to be developed to make idle scan possible. The implementation is by Mathias Morbitzer, who made it the subject of his master's thesis.
  • [NSE] Add http-dlink-backdoor script that detects DLink routers with firmware backdoor allowing admin access over HTTP interface.
  • The ICMP ID of ICMP probes is now matched against the sent ICMP ID, to reduce the chance of false matches.
  • [NSE] Made telnet-brute support multiple parallel guessing threads, reuse connections, and support password-only logins.
  • [NSE] Made the table returned by ssh1.fetch_host_key contain a "key" element, like that of ssh2.fetch_host_key. This fixed a crash in the ssh-hostkey script reported by Dan Farmer and Florian Pelgrim. The "key" element of ssh2.fetch_host_key now is base64-encoded, to match the format used by the known_hosts file.
  • [Nsock] Handle timers and timeouts via a priority queue (using a heap) for improved performance. Nsock now only iterates over events which are completed or expired instead of inspecting the entire event set at each iteration.
  • [NSE] Update dns-cache-snoop script to use a new list of top 50 domains rather than a 2010 list.
  • [NSE] Added the qconn-exec script by Brendan Coles, which tests the QNX QCONN service for remote command execution.
  • [Zenmap] Fixed a crash that would happen when you entered a search term starting with a colon: "AttributeError: 'FilteredNetworkInventory' object has no attribute 'match_'".
  • [Ncat] Added NCAT_PROTO, NCAT_REMOTE_ADDR, NCAT_REMOTE_PORT, NCAT_LOCAL_ADDR and NCAT_LOCAL_PORT environment variables being set in all --*-exec child processes.
Version 6.40-2:
  • [Ncat] Fixed compilation when --without-liblua is specified in configure (an #include needed an ifdef guard).
  • [NSE] Add http-server-header script to grab the Server header as a last-ditch effort to get a software version. This can't be done as a softmatch because of the need to match non-HTTP services that obey some HTTP requests.
  • [NSE] Add rfc868-time script more...
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.4.11 or later



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Zenmap is a GUI frontend and results viewer for Nmap.

Nmap is a free and open source utility for network exploration and security auditing. Zenmap is a multi-platform X Window System graphical frontend and results viewer for Nmap. Ncat is a general-purpose network sending and receiving utility, a reimplementation of Netcat. Ndiff is a an Nmap scan comparison utility. Nping is a tool for packet generation and sending.

This package contains Nmap, Zenmap, Ncat, Ndiff, and Nping. It is intended to work on Intel and PowerPC Macs running Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later

Installation of all packages is optional. Unselect Zenmap to get just the command-line tool. Unselect Nmap if you prefer to use a copy of Nmap that is already installed. Zenmap will not work without Nmap.

The nmap, ncat, ndiff, and nping command-line binaries will be installed in /usr/local/bin, and additional support files will be installed in /usr/local/share. The Zenmap application bundle will be installed in /Applications/Zenmap.app.


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