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    Just burned his ISO imported_proimage's Avatar
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    Default Upgrading to the new Nmap 4.76

    The new Nmap 4.76 and its new GUI front-end Zenmap

    What's new...

    Nmap 4.76 packs in more power with over 100 improvements, new functions and a vaster OS detection system.

    Zenmap now even packs-in the much desired topology diagram, which is very useful in displaying nodes. A kinda of visual traceroute on a radial graph, etc.

    Upgrading BT3 final's Nmap to version 4.76

    1. Download the bzip file from url nmap.org/dist/nmap-4.76.tar.bz2

    2. CD into the folder where you have saved the Bzip file

    3. bzip2 -cd nmap-4.76.tar.bz2 | tar xvf -

    4. cd nmap-4.76

    5. ./configure

    6. make

    7. su root

    8. make install

    This should work.

    You can include the Zenmap icon in the BT3 menu by using Kmenu Editor and use command zenmap to call the GUI

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    Thanks for "cut & paste"-ing from here:

    http://nmap.org/download.html
    Don't eat yellow snow :rolleyes:

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    Please, can anyone make "lzm"-files for the modules folder,
    or give me a tip to make my own.

    I am on live-install and will put these into modules folder.

    tnx

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    I cant wait to check it out...

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    Worked beautifully. Thanks.

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    Hawaii,

    My post was to inform you guys of the latest Nmap download.

    As you might have experienced upgrades usually take a long route to install and their instructions are not always functional as we like them to be.

    Not in this case however. Nmap's worked just as fine...


    St3f@n

    I am sorry but I use the HDD install. Have you tried the persistent changes version.

    Regs Proimage

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    @proimage:

    @St3f@n: check the WIKI:

    http://backtrack.offensive-security....wto:Module_Dir
    Don't eat yellow snow :rolleyes:

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    Worked brilliantly, thanks for the tutorial

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    For lazy people that cant make .lzm's for themselves....

    http://www.evilshare.com/d1a6440c-e4...e-00a0c993e9d6

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    but,
    the output file .xml seem not work for "db_import_nmap_xml",
    and
    the nessus3.2.1 output file .nbe not work on msf>db_import_nessus_nbe

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