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    Default NMap Parser

    Code:
    code.google.com/p/nmap-parser/
    Trying to accomplish this script

    Code:
    pauldotcom.com/rogueapdetect-0.02-BETA.pl

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    use the XML output that is what I always use for parsing .. looking at the script just run that nmap command and pipe it to mailx or something .. learn some SED and AWK fu or just learn perl regex etc

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    I pipe the NMAP to a .xml output. I'm then ttrying to run that script against the .xml output nmap created. But it is failing due to a twig xml error. I'm at the limits of my gnu knowledge.

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    Default NMap Parser

    Hey every one I am have been tinkering with Nmap here for a day and I am starting to learn some of the strings. I was wondering if any one could share some knowledge about this prog. I was just wondering if some one could post some strings of cmds and what they are for. or maybe msg me about it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inhalaher View Post
    Hey every one I am have been tinkering with Nmap here for a day and I am starting to learn some of the strings. I was wondering if any one could share some knowledge about this prog. I was just wondering if some one could post some strings of cmds and what they are for. or maybe msg me about it?
    The NMap website has a complete guide:
    http://nmap.org/book/man.html
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    There's an official GUI called Zenmap as well if that's what you're looking for..
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