Subject: CVS commit: pkgsrc/net/nmap
To: None <pkgsrc-changes@NetBSD.org>
From: Lubomir Sedlacik <email@example.com>
Date: 10/13/2003 15:02:15
Module Name: pkgsrc
Committed By: salo
Date: Mon Oct 13 15:02:15 UTC 2003
pkgsrc/net/nmap: Makefile distinfo
pkgsrc/net/nmap/patches: patch-aa patch-ad
Update to version 3.48.
Changes since 3.45:
o Integrated an enormous number of version detection service
submissions. The database has almost doubled in size to 663
signatures representing the following 130 services:
3dm-http afp apcnisd arkstats bittorent chargen citrix-ica
cvspserver cvsup dantzretrospect daytime dict directconnect domain
echo eggdrop exec finger flexlm font-service ftp ftp-proxy gnats
gnutella-http hddtemp hp-gsg http http-proxy hylafax icecast ident
imap imaps imsp ipp irc ircbot irc-proxy issrealsecure jabber
kazaa-http kerberos-sec landesk-rc ldap linuxconf lmtp lotusnotes
lpd lucent-fwadm meetingmaker melange microsoft-ds microsoft-rdp
mldonkey msactivesync msdtc msrpc ms-sql-m mstask mud mysql
napster ncacn_http ncp netbios-ns netbios-ssn netrek netsaint
netstat netwareip networkaudio nntp nsclient nsunicast ntop-http
omniback oracle-mts oracle-tns pcanywheredata pksd pmud pop2 pop3
pop3s poppass postgresql powerchute printer qotd redcarpet
rendezvous rlogind rpc rsync rtsp sdmsvc sftp shell shivahose
sieve slimp3 smtp smux snpp sourceoffice spamd ssc-agent ssh ssl
svrloc symantec-av symantec-esm systat telnet time tinyfw upnp
uucp veritasnetbackup vnc vnc-http vtun webster whois wins
winshell wms X11 xfce zebra
o Added the ability to execute "helper functions" in version
templates, to help clean up/manipulate data captured from a server
response. The first defined function is P() which includes only
printable characters in a captured string. The main impetus for
this is to deal with unicode strings like
"W\0O\0R\0K\0G\0R\0O\0U\0P\0" that many MS protocols send. Nmap can
now decode that into "WORKGROUP".
o Added SUBST() helper function, which replaces strings in matched
appname/version/extrainfo strings with something else. For example,
VanDyke Vshell gives a banner that includes
"SSH-2\.0-VShell_2_2_0_528". A substring match is used to pick out
the string "2_2_0_528", and then SUBST(1,"_",".") is called on that
match to form the version number 184.108.40.2068.
o If responses to a probe fail to match any of the registered match
strings for that probe, Nmap will now try against the registered "null
probe" match strings. This helps in the case that the NULL probe
initially times out (perhaps because of initial DNS lookup) but the
banner appears in later responses.
o Applied some portability fixes (particularly for OpenBSD) from Chad
Loder (cloder(a)loder.us), who is also now the OpenBSD Nmap port
o Applied some portability fixes from Marius Strobl
o The tarball distribution of Nmap now strips the binary at install
time thanks to a patch from Marius Strobl
o Fixed a problem related to building Nmap on systems that lack PCRE
libs (and thus have to use the ones included by Nmap). Thanks to Remi
Denis-Courmont (deniscr6(a)cti.ecp.fr) for the repot and patch.
o Alphebetized the service names in each Probe section in
nmap-service-probes (makes them easier to find and add to).
o Fixed the problem several people reported where Nmap would quit with
a "broken pipe" error during service scanning. Thanks to Jari Ruusu
(jari.ruusu(a)pp.inet.fi) for sending a patch. The actual error
message was "Unexpected error in NSE_TYPE_READ callback. Error
code: 32 (Broken pipe)"
o Fixed protocol scan (-sO), which I had broken when adding the new
output table format. It would complain "NmapOutputTable.cc:128:
failed assertion `row < numRows'". Thanks to Matt Burnett
(marukka(a)mac.com) for notifying me of the problem.
o Upgraded Libpcap to the latest tcpdump.org version (0.7.2) from
o Applied a patch from Peter Marschall (peter(a)adpm.de) which adds
version detection support to nmapfe.
o Fixed a problem with XML output being invalid when service detection
was done on SSL-tunneled ports. Thanks to the several people who
reported this - it means that folks are actually using the XML
o Fixed (I hope) some Solaris Sune ONE compiler compilation problems
reported (w/patches) by Mikael Mannstrom (candyman(a)penti.org)
o Fixed the --with-openssl configure option for people who have
OpenSSL installed in a path not automatically found by their
compilers. Thanks to Marius Strobl (marius(a)alchemy.franken.de) for
o Made some portability changes for HP-UX and possibly other types of
machines, thanks to a patch from Petter Reinholdtsen (pere(a)hungry.com)
o Applied a patch from Matt Selsky (firstname.lastname@example.org) which fixes
compilation on some Solaris boxes, and maybe others. The error said
"cannot compute sizeof (char)"
o Applied some patches from the NetBSD ports tree that Hubert Feyrer
(hubert.feyrer(a)informatik.fh-regensburg.de) sent me. The NetBSD
Nmap ports page is at http://www.NetBSD.org/packages/net/nmap/ .
o Applied some Makefile patches from the FreeBSD ports tree that I
found at http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/cvsweb.cgi/ports/security/nmap/files/
To generate a diff of this commit:
cvs rdiff -r1.28 -r1.29 pkgsrc/net/nmap/Makefile
cvs rdiff -r1.14 -r1.15 pkgsrc/net/nmap/distinfo
cvs rdiff -r1.10 -r1.11 pkgsrc/net/nmap/patches/patch-aa
cvs rdiff -r1.6 -r1.7 pkgsrc/net/nmap/patches/patch-ad
Please note that diffs are not public domain; they are subject to the
copyright notices on the relevant files.