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Example Nmap output



Retrieves information from a listening acarsd daemon. Acarsd decodes ACARS (Aircraft Communication Addressing and Reporting System) data in real time. The information retrieved by this script includes the daemon version, API version, administrator e-mail address and listening frequency.


Attempts to get useful information about files from AFP volumes. The output is intended to resemble the output of ls.


Shows AFP server information. This information includes the server's hostname, IPv4 and IPv6 addresses, and hardware type (for example Macmini or MacBookPro).


Shows AFP shares and ACLs.


Performs a HEAD or GET request against either the root directory or any optional directory of an Apache JServ Protocol server and returns the server response headers.


Requests a URI over the Apache JServ Protocol and displays the result (or stores it in a file). Different AJP methods such as; GET, HEAD, TRACE, PUT or DELETE may be used.


Detects the All-Seeing Eye service. Provided by some game servers for querying the server's status.


Gathers information (a list of all server properties) from an AMQP (advanced message queuing protocol) server.


Maps IP addresses to autonomous system (AS) numbers.


Connects to a BackOrifice service and gathers information about the host and the BackOrifice service itself.


Discovers and enumerates BACNet Devices collects device information based off standard requests. In some cases, devices may not strictly follow the specifications, or may comply with older versions of the specifications, and will result in a BACNET error response. Presence of this error positively identifies the device as a BACNet device, but no enumeration is possible.


A simple banner grabber which connects to an open TCP port and prints out anything sent by the listening service within five seconds.


Queries a Bitcoin server for a list of known Bitcoin nodes


Extracts version and node information from a Bitcoin server


Obtains information from a Bitcoin server by calling getinfo on its JSON-RPC interface.


Discovers bittorrent peers sharing a file based on a user-supplied torrent file or magnet link. Peers implement the Bittorrent protocol and share the torrent, whereas the nodes (only shown if the include-nodes NSE argument is given) implement the DHT protocol and are used to track the peers. The sets of peers and nodes are not the same, but they usually intersect.


Retrieves printer or scanner information from a remote device supporting the BJNP protocol. The protocol is known to be supported by network based Canon devices.


Performs network discovery and routing information gathering through Cisco's Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP).


Discovers targets that have IGMP Multicast memberships and grabs interesting information.


Discovers routers that are running PIM (Protocol Independent Multicast).


Sends broadcast pings on a selected interface using raw ethernet packets and outputs the responding hosts' IP and MAC addresses or (if requested) adds them as targets. Root privileges on UNIX are required to run this script since it uses raw sockets. Most operating systems don't respond to broadcast-ping probes, but they can be configured to do so.


Attempts to get basic info and server status from a Cassandra database.


Extracts a list of published applications from the ICA Browser service.


Extracts a list of applications, ACLs, and settings from the Citrix XML service.


Extracts a list of Citrix servers from the ICA Browser service.


Extracts the name of the server farm and member servers from Citrix XML service.


Gets database tables from a CouchDB database.


Gets database statistics from a CouchDB database.


Lists printers managed by the CUPS printing service.


Lists currently queued print jobs of the remote CUPS service grouped by printer.


Retrieves a list of music from a DAAP server. The list includes artist names and album and song titles.


Retrieves the day and time from the Daytime service.


Connects to the IBM DB2 Administration Server (DAS) on TCP or UDP port 523 and exports the server profile. No authentication is required for this request.


Sends a DHCPINFORM request to a host on UDP port 67 to obtain all the local configuration parameters without allocating a new address.


Connects to a dictionary server using the DICT protocol, runs the SHOW SERVER command, and displays the result. The DICT protocol is defined in RFC 2229 and is a protocol which allows a client to query a dictionary server for definitions from a set of natural language dictionary databases.


Attempts to enumerate DNS hostnames by brute force guessing of common subdomains. With the dns-brute.srv argument, dns-brute will also try to enumerate common DNS SRV records.


Performs DNS cache snooping against a DNS server.


Checks DNS zone configuration against best practices, including RFC 1912. The configuration checks are divided into categories which each have a number of different tests.


Performs a domain lookup using the edns-client-subnet option which allows clients to specify the subnet that queries supposedly originate from. The script uses this option to supply a number of geographically distributed locations in an attempt to enumerate as many different address records as possible. The script also supports requests using a given subnet.


Performs a quick reverse DNS lookup of an IPv6 network using a technique which analyzes DNS server response codes to dramatically reduce the number of queries needed to enumerate large networks.


Enumerates DNS names using the DNSSEC NSEC-walking technique.


Tries to enumerate domain names from the DNS server that supports DNSSEC NSEC3 records.


Retrieves information from a DNS nameserver by requesting its nameserver ID (nsid) and asking for its id.server and version.bind values. This script performs the same queries as the following two dig commands: - dig CH TXT bind.version @target - dig +nsid CH TXT id.server @target


Attempts to discover target hosts' services using the DNS Service Discovery protocol.


Enumerates various common service (SRV) records for a given domain name. The service records contain the hostname, port and priority of servers for a given service. The following services are enumerated by the script: - Active Directory Global Catalog - Exchange Autodiscovery - Kerberos KDC Service - Kerberos Passwd Change Service - LDAP Servers - SIP Servers - XMPP S2S - XMPP C2S


Checks if the target IP range is part of a Zeus botnet by querying ZTDNS @ abuse.ch. Please review the following information before you start to scan:


Requests a zone transfer (AXFR) from a DNS server.


Attempts to extract information from database servers supporting the DRDA protocol. The script sends a DRDA EXCSAT (exchange server attributes) command packet and parses the response.


This NSE script is used to send a EtherNet/IP packet to a remote device that has TCP 44818 open. The script will send a Request Identity Packet and once a response is received, it validates that it was a proper response to the command that was sent, and then will parse out the data. Information that is parsed includes Vendor ID, Device Type, Product name, Serial Number, Product code, Revision Number, as well as the Device IP.


Connects to Erlang Port Mapper Daemon (epmd) and retrieves a list of nodes with their respective port numbers.


Attempts to enumerate process info over the Apple Remote Event protocol. When accessing an application over the Apple Remote Event protocol the service responds with the uid and pid of the application, if it is running, prior to requesting authentication.


Performs a Forward-confirmed Reverse DNS lookup and reports anomalous results.


Attempts to retrieve a list of usernames using the finger service.


Tries to discover firewall rules using an IP TTL expiration technique known as firewalking.


Retrieves information from Flume master HTTP pages.


Detects the Freelancer game server (FLServer.exe) service by sending a status query UDP probe.


Retrieves system information (OS version, available memory, etc.) from a listening Ganglia Monitoring Daemon or Ganglia Meta Daemon.


Queries a CORBA naming server for a list of objects.


Queries a GKRellM service for monitoring information. A single round of collection is made, showing a snapshot of information at the time of the request.


Lists files and directories at the root of a gopher service.


Retrieves GPS time, coordinates and speed from the GPSD network daemon.


Discovers information such as log directories from an Apache Hadoop DataNode HTTP status page.


Retrieves information from an Apache Hadoop JobTracker HTTP status page.


Retrieves information from an Apache Hadoop NameNode HTTP status page.


Retrieves information from an Apache Hadoop secondary NameNode HTTP status page.


Retrieves information from an Apache Hadoop TaskTracker HTTP status page.


Retrieves information from an Apache HBase (Hadoop database) master HTTP status page.


Retrieves information from an Apache HBase (Hadoop database) region server HTTP status page.


Reads hard disk information (such as brand, model, and sometimes temperature) from a listening hddtemp service.


Retrieve hardwares details and configuration information utilizing HNAP, the "Home Network Administration Protocol". It is an HTTP-Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)-based protocol which allows for remote topology discovery, configuration, and management of devices (routers, cameras, PCs, NAS, etc.)


Discovers hostnames that resolve to the target's IP address by querying the online database at http://www.bfk.de/bfk_dnslogger.html.


Finds hostnames that resolve to the target's IP address by querying the online database:


Discovers hostnames that resolve to the target's IP address by querying the online Robtex service at http://ip.robtex.com/.


Grabs affiliate network IDs (e.g. Google AdSense or Analytics, Amazon Associates, etc.) from a web page. These can be used to identify pages with the same owner.


Checks if the target http server has mod_negotiation enabled. This feature can be leveraged to find hidden resources and spider a web site using fewer requests.


Spiders a web site to find web pages requiring form-based or HTTP-based authentication. The results are returned in a table with each url and the detected method.


Spiders a website and attempts to identify backup copies of discovered files. It does so by requesting a number of different combinations of the filename (eg. index.bak, index.html~, copy of index.html).


Obtains the CakePHP version of a web application built with the CakePHP framework by fingerprinting default files shipped with the CakePHP framework.


Measures the time a website takes to deliver a web page and returns the maximum, minimum and average time it took to fetch a page.


Connect as Cisco AnyConnect client to a Cisco SSL VPN and retrieves version and tunnel information.


Extracts and outputs HTML and JavaScript comments from HTTP responses.


Tests an http server for Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS), a way for domains to explicitly opt in to having certain methods invoked by another domain.


Gets the date from HTTP-like services. Also prints how much the date differs from local time. Local time is the time the HTTP request was sent, so the difference includes at least the duration of one RTT.


Tests for access with default credentials used by a variety of web applications and devices.



Enumerates the installed Drupal modules/themes by using a list of known modules and themes.


Enumerates Drupal users by exploiting an information disclosure vulnerability in Views, Drupal's most popular module.


Enumerates directories used by popular web applications and servers.


This script crawls through the website and returns any error pages.


Gets the favicon ("favorites icon") from a web page and matches it against a database of the icons of known web applications. If there is a match, the name of the application is printed; otherwise the MD5 hash of the icon data is printed.


This script crawls through the website to find any rss or atom feeds.


Displays the contents of the "generator" meta tag of a web page (default: /) if there is one.


Retrieves a list of Git projects, owners and descriptions from a gitweb (web interface to the Git revision control system).


Checks if hosts are on Google's blacklist of suspected malware and phishing servers. These lists are constantly updated and are part of Google's Safe Browsing service.


Spiders a website and attempts to match all pages and urls against a given string. Matches are counted and grouped per url under which they were discovered.


Performs a HEAD request for the root folder ("/") of a web server and displays the HTTP headers returned.


Retrieves the locations of all "Find my iPhone" enabled iOS devices by querying the MobileMe web service (authentication required).


Sends a message to a iOS device through the Apple MobileMe web service. The device has to be registered with an Apple ID using the Find My Iphone application.


Shows the content of an "index" Web page.


Checks if the website holds a mobile version.


This script enumerates information from remote HTTP services with NTLM authentication enabled.


Checks if an HTTP proxy is open.


Spiders a website and attempts to identify open redirects. Open redirects are handlers which commonly take a URL as a parameter and responds with a http redirect (3XX) to the target. Risks of open redirects are described at http://cwe.mitre.org/data/definitions/601.html.


Attempts to retrieve the PHP version from a web server. PHP has a number of magic queries that return images or text that can vary with the PHP version. This script uses the following queries:

  • /?=PHPE9568F36-D428-11d2-A769-00AA001ACF42: gets a GIF logo, which changes on April Fool's Day.
  • /?=PHPB8B5F2A0-3C92-11d3-A3A9-4C7B08C10000: gets an HTML credits page.


Uploads a local file to a remote web server using the HTTP PUT method. You must specify the filename and URL path with NSE arguments.


Attempts to retrieve the model, firmware version, and enabled services from a QNAP Network Attached Storage (NAS) device.


Informs about cross-domain include of scripts. Websites that include external javascript scripts are delegating part of their security to third-party entities.


Checks for disallowed entries in /robots.txt on a web server.


Obtains up to 100 forward DNS names for a target IP address by querying the Robtex service (http://www.robtex.com/ip/).


Finds up to 100 domain names which use the same name server as the target by querying the Robtex service at http://www.robtex.com/dns/.


Spiders a web server and displays its directory structure along with number and types of files in each folder. Note that files listed as having an 'Other' extension are ones that have no extension or that are a root document.


Enumerates users of a Subversion repository by examining logs of most recent commits.


Requests information from a Subversion repository.


Shows the title of the default page of a web server.


Sends an HTTP TRACE request and shows if the method TRACE is enabled. If debug is enabled, it returns the header fields that were modified in the response.


Exploits the Max-Forwards HTTP header to detect the presence of reverse proxies.


Spiders a website and attempts to identify output escaping problems where content is reflected back to the user. This script locates all parameters, ?x=foo&y=bar and checks if the values are reflected on the page. If they are indeed reflected, the script will try to insert ghz>hzx"zxc'xcv and check which (if any) characters were reflected back onto the page without proper html escaping. This is an indication of potential XSS vulnerability.


Checks if various crawling utilities are allowed by the host.


Searches for web virtual hostnames by making a large number of HEAD requests against http servers using common hostnames.


Connects to a VLC Streamer helper service and lists directory contents. The VLC Streamer helper service is used by the iOS VLC Streamer application to enable streaming of multimedia content from the remote server to the device.


Attempts to determine whether a web server is protected by an IPS (Intrusion Prevention System), IDS (Intrusion Detection System) or WAF (Web Application Firewall) by probing the web server with malicious payloads and detecting changes in the response code and body.


Tries to detect the presence of a web application firewall and its type and version.


A script to detect WebDAV installations. Uses the OPTIONS and PROPFIND methods.


Enumerates themes and plugins of Wordpress installations. The script can also detect outdated plugins by comparing version numbers with information pulled from api.wordpress.org.


This script searches the xssed.com database and outputs the result.


Tests a list of known ICAP service names and prints information about any it detects. The Internet Content Adaptation Protocol (ICAP) is used to extend transparent proxy servers and is generally used for content filtering and antivirus scanning.


Obtains information (such as vendor and device type where available) from an IKE service by sending four packets to the host. This scripts tests with both Main and Aggressive Mode and sends multiple transforms per request.


Detects whether the remote device has ip forwarding or "Internet connection sharing" enabled, by sending an ICMP echo request to a given target using the scanned host as default gateway.


Tries to identify the physical location of an IP address using the Geobytes geolocation web service (http://www.geobytes.com/iplocator.htm). The limit of lookups using this service is 20 requests per hour. Once the limit is reached, an nmap.registry["ip-geolocation-geobytes"].blocked boolean is set so no further requests are made during a scan.


Tries to identify the physical location of an IP address using the Geoplugin geolocation web service (http://www.geoplugin.com/). There is no limit on lookups using this service.


Tries to identify the physical location of an IP address using the IPInfoDB geolocation web service (http://ipinfodb.com/ip_location_api.php).


Tries to identify the physical location of an IP address using a Geolocation Maxmind database file (available from http://www.maxmind.com/app/ip-location). This script supports queries using all Maxmind databases that are supported by their API including the commercial ones.


Classifies a host's IP ID sequence (test for susceptibility to idle scan).


Obtains hostnames, IPv4 and IPv6 addresses through IPv6 Node Information Queries.


Checks an IRC server for channels that are commonly used by malicious botnets.


Gathers information from an IRC server.


Collects and displays information from remote iSCSI targets.


Lists portals and iSCSI nodes registered with the Internet Storage Name Service (iSNS).


Attempts to exploit java's remote debugging port. When remote debugging port is left open, it is possible to inject java bytecode and achieve remote code execution. This script injects and execute a Java class file that returns remote system information.


Discovers KNX gateways by sending a KNX Search Request to the multicast address including a UDP payload with destination port 3671. KNX gateways will respond with a KNX Search Response including various information about the gateway, such as KNX address and supported services.


Identifies a KNX gateway on UDP port 3671 by sending a KNX Description Request.


Universal Password enables advanced password policies, including extended characters in passwords, synchronization of passwords from eDirectory to other systems, and a single password for all access to eDirectory.


Retrieves the LDAP root DSA-specific Entry (DSE)


Attempts to perform an LDAP search and returns all matches.


Retrieves configuration information from a Lexmark S300-S400 printer.


Resolves a hostname by using the LLMNR (Link-Local Multicast Name Resolution) protocol.


Uses the Microsoft LLTD protocol to discover hosts on a local network.


Retrieves information (hostname, OS, uptime, etc.) from the CouchBase Web Administration port. The information retrieved by this script does not require any credentials.


Retrieves information (including system architecture, process ID, and server time) from distributed memory object caching system memcached.


Enumerates SCADA Modbus slave ids (sids) and collects their device information.


Attempts to get a list of tables from a MongoDB database.


Attempts to get build info and server status from a MongoDB database.


Queries targets for multicast routing information.


Queries Microsoft SQL Server (ms-sql) instances for a list of databases, linked servers, and configuration settings.


Queries the Microsoft SQL Browser service for the DAC (Dedicated Admin Connection) port of a given (or all) SQL Server instance. The DAC port is used to connect to the database instance when normal connection attempts fail, for example, when server is hanging, out of memory or in other bad states. In addition, the DAC port provides an admin with access to system objects otherwise not accessible over normal connections.


Dumps the password hashes from an MS-SQL server in a format suitable for cracking by tools such as John-the-ripper. In order to do so the user needs to have the appropriate DB privileges.


Queries Microsoft SQL Server (ms-sql) instances for a list of databases a user has access to.


Attempts to determine configuration and version information for Microsoft SQL Server instances.


Runs a query against Microsoft SQL Server (ms-sql).


Queries Microsoft SQL Server (ms-sql) for a list of tables per database.


Queries an MSRPC endpoint mapper for a list of mapped services and displays the gathered information.


Queries for the multicast path from a source to a destination host.


Audits MySQL database server security configuration against parts of the CIS MySQL v1.0.2 benchmark (the engine can be used for other MySQL audits by creating appropriate audit files).


Attempts to list all databases on a MySQL server.


Dumps the password hashes from an MySQL server in a format suitable for cracking by tools such as John the Ripper. Appropriate DB privileges (root) are required.


Connects to a MySQL server and prints information such as the protocol and version numbers, thread ID, status, capabilities, and the password salt.


Runs a query against a MySQL database and returns the results as a table.


Attempts to show all variables on a MySQL server.



Gets the routers WAN IP using the NAT Port Mapping Protocol (NAT-PMP). The NAT-PMP protocol is supported by a broad range of routers including: - Apple AirPort Express - Apple AirPort Extreme - Apple Time Capsule - DD-WRT - OpenWrt v8.09 or higher, with MiniUPnP daemon - pfSense v2.0 - Tarifa (firmware) (Linksys WRT54G/GL/GS) - Tomato Firmware v1.24 or higher. (Linksys WRT54G/GL/GS and many more) - Peplink Balance


Maps a WAN port on the router to a local port on the client using the NAT Port Mapping Protocol (NAT-PMP). It supports the following operations: o map - maps a new external port on the router to an internal port of the requesting IP o unmap - unmaps a previously mapped port for the requesting IP o unmapall - unmaps all previously mapped ports for the requesting IP


Attempts to retrieve the target's NetBIOS names and MAC address.


Retrieves eDirectory server information (OS version, server name, mounts, etc.) from the Novell NetWare Core Protocol (NCP) service.


Lists remote file systems by querying the remote device using the Network Data Management Protocol (ndmp). NDMP is a protocol intended to transport data between a NAS device and the backup device, removing the need for the data to pass through the backup server. The following products are known to support the protocol:

  • Amanda
  • Bacula
  • CA Arcserve
  • CommVault Simpana
  • EMC Networker
  • Hitachi Data Systems
  • IBM Tivoli
  • Quest Software Netvault Backup
  • Symantec Netbackup
  • Symantec Backup Exec


Opens a connection to a NetBus server and extracts information about the host and the NetBus service itself.


Attempts to get useful information about files from NFS exports. The output is intended to resemble the output of ls.


Shows NFS exports, like the showmount -e command.


Retrieves disk space statistics and information from a remote NFS share. The output is intended to resemble the output of df.


Queries Nagios Remote Plugin Executor (NRPE) daemons to obtain information such as load averages, process counts, logged in user information, etc.


Gets the time and configuration variables from an NTP server. We send two requests: a time request and a "read variables" (opcode 2) control message. Without verbosity, the script shows the time and the value of the version, processor, system, refid, and stratum variables. With verbosity, all variables are shown.


Obtains and prints an NTP server's monitor data.


Attempts to retrieve the list of target systems and networks from an OpenVAS Manager server.


This NSE script is used to send a FINS packet to a remote device. The script will send a Controller Data Read Command and once a response is received, it validates that it was a proper response to the command that was sent, and then will parse out the data.


Parses and displays the banner information of an OpenLookup (network key-value store) server.


Performs simple Path MTU Discovery to target hosts.


Retrieves POP3 email server capabilities.


Repeatedly probe open and/or closed ports on a host to obtain a series of round-trip time values for each port. These values are used to group collections of ports which are statistically different from other groups. Ports being in different groups (or "families") may be due to network mechanisms such as port forwarding to machines behind a NAT.


Extracts information from Quake game servers and other game servers which use the same protocol.


Extracts information from a Quake3 game server and other games which use the same protocol.


Queries Quake3-style master servers for game servers (many games other than Quake 3 use this same protocol).


Determines which Security layer and Encryption level is supported by the RDP service. It does so by cycling through all existing protocols and ciphers. When run in debug mode, the script also returns the protocols and ciphers that fail and any errors that were reported.


Retrieves information (such as version number and architecture) from a Redis key-value store.


Resolves hostnames and adds every address (IPv4 or IPv6, depending on Nmap mode) to Nmap's target list. This differs from Nmap's normal host resolution process, which only scans the first address (A or AAAA record) returned for each host name.


Retrieves the day and time from the Time service.


Retrieves information (such as node name and architecture) from a Basho Riak distributed database using the HTTP protocol.


Connects to a remote RMI registry and attempts to dump all of its objects.


Connects to the rpcap service (provides remote sniffing capabilities through WinPcap) and retrieves interface information. The service can either be setup to require authentication or not and also supports IP restrictions.


Connects to portmapper and fetches a list of all registered programs. It then prints out a table including (for each program) the RPC program number, supported version numbers, port number and protocol, and program name.


Lists modules available for rsync (remote file sync) synchronization.


Enumerates Siemens S7 PLC Devices and collects their device information. This script is based off PLCScan that was developed by Positive Research and Scadastrangelove (https://code.google.com/p/plcscan/). This script is meant to provide the same functionality as PLCScan inside of Nmap. Some of the information that is collected by PLCScan was not ported over; this information can be parsed out of the packets that are received.


Attempts to extract system information (OS, hardware, etc.) from the Sun Service Tags service agent (UDP port 6481).


Spoofs a call to a SIP phone and detects the action taken by the target (busy, declined, hung up, etc.)


Enumerates a SIP Server's allowed methods (INVITE, OPTIONS, SUBSCRIBE, etc.)


Attempts to enumerate domains on a system, along with their policies. This generally requires credentials, except against Windows 2000. In addition to the actual domain, the "Builtin" domain is generally displayed. Windows returns this in the list of domains, but its policies don't appear to be used anywhere.


Obtains a list of groups from the remote Windows system, as well as a list of the group's users. This works similarly to enum.exe with the /G switch.


Pulls a list of processes from the remote server over SMB. This will determine all running processes, their process IDs, and their parent processes. It is done by querying the remote registry service, which is disabled by default on Vista; on all other Windows versions, it requires Administrator privileges.


Enumerates the users logged into a system either locally or through an SMB share. The local users can be logged on either physically on the machine, or through a terminal services session. Connections to a SMB share are, for example, people connected to fileshares or making RPC calls. Nmap's connection will also show up, and is generally identified by the one that connected "0 seconds ago".


Attempts to list shares using the srvsvc.NetShareEnumAll MSRPC function and retrieve more information about them using srvsvc.NetShareGetInfo. If access to those functions is denied, a list of common share names are checked.


Attempts to retrieve useful information about files shared on SMB volumes. The output is intended to resemble the output of the UNIX ls command.


Queries information managed by the Windows Master Browser.


Attempts to determine the operating system, computer name, domain, workgroup, and current time over the SMB protocol (ports 445 or 139). This is done by starting a session with the anonymous account (or with a proper user account, if one is given; it likely doesn't make a difference); in response to a session starting, the server will send back all this information.


Returns information about the SMB security level determined by SMB.


Attempts to grab the server's statistics over SMB and MSRPC, which uses TCP ports 445 or 139.


Pulls back information about the remote system from the registry. Getting all of the information requires an administrative account, although a user account will still get a lot of it. Guest probably won't get any, nor will anonymous. This goes for all operating systems, including Windows 2000.


Attempts to use EHLO and HELP to gather the Extended commands supported by an SMTP server.


Attempts to relay mail by issuing a predefined combination of SMTP commands. The goal of this script is to tell if a SMTP server is vulnerable to mail relaying.


Checks if a target on a local Ethernet has its network card in promiscuous mode.


Attempts to enumerate Huawei / HP/H3C Locally Defined Users through the hh3c-user.mib OID


Attempts to enumerate network interfaces through SNMP.


Attempts to query SNMP for a netstat like output. The script can be used to identify and automatically add new targets to the scan by supplying the newtargets script argument.


Attempts to enumerate running processes through SNMP.


Attempts to extract system information from an SNMP version 1 service.


Attempts to enumerate Windows services through SNMP.


Attempts to enumerate Windows Shares through SNMP.


Attempts to enumerate installed software through SNMP.


Determines the supported authentication mechanisms of a remote SOCKS proxy server. Starting with SOCKS version 5 socks servers may support authentication. The script checks for the following authentication types: 0 - No authentication 1 - GSSAPI 2 - Username and password


Checks if an open socks proxy is running on the target.


Shows SSH hostkeys.


Reports the number of algorithms (for encryption, compression, etc.) that the target SSH2 server offers. If verbosity is set, the offered algorithms are each listed by type.


Retrieves a server's SSL certificate. The amount of information printed about the certificate depends on the verbosity level. With no extra verbosity, the script prints the validity period and the commonName, organizationName, stateOrProvinceName, and countryName of the subject.


Retrieves a target host's time and date from its TLS ServerHello response.


This script repeatedly initiates SSLv3/TLS connections, each time trying a new cipher or compressor while recording whether a host accepts or rejects it. The end result is a list of all the ciphersuites and compressors that a server accepts.


Queries Google's Certificate Catalog for the SSL certificates retrieved from target hosts.


Checks whether the SSL certificate used by a host has a fingerprint that matches an included database of problematic keys.


Check if the Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol is supported. This is accomplished by trying to establish the HTTPS layer which is used to carry SSTP traffic as described in: - http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc247364.aspx


Retrieves the external IP address of a NAT:ed host using the STUN protocol.


Detects whether a host is infected with the Stuxnet worm (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stuxnet).


Produces a list of IP prefixes for a given routing AS number (ASN).


This script runs in the pre-scanning phase to map IPv4 addresses onto IPv6 networks and add them to the scan queue.


Sends an ICMPv6 echo request packet to the all-nodes link-local multicast address (ff02::1) to discover responsive hosts on a LAN without needing to individually ping each IPv6 address.


Sends an ICMPv6 packet with an invalid extension header to the all-nodes link-local multicast address (ff02::1) to discover (some) available hosts on the LAN. This works because some hosts will respond to this probe with an ICMPv6 Parameter Problem packet.


Attempts to discover available IPv6 hosts on the LAN by sending an MLD (multicast listener discovery) query to the link-local multicast address (ff02::1) and listening for any responses. The query's maximum response delay set to 0 to provoke hosts to respond immediately rather than waiting for other responses from their multicast group.


Performs IPv6 host discovery by triggering stateless address auto-configuration (SLAAC).


Adds IPv6 addresses to the scan queue using a wordlist of hexadecimal "words" that form addresses in a given subnet.


Sniffs the local network for a configurable amount of time (10 seconds by default) and prints discovered addresses. If the newtargets script argument is set, discovered addresses are added to the scan queue.


Inserts traceroute hops into the Nmap scanning queue. It only functions if Nmap's --traceroute option is used and the newtargets script argument is given.


Determines whether the encryption option is supported on a remote telnet server. Some systems (including FreeBSD and the krb5 telnetd available in many Linux distributions) implement this option incorrectly, leading to a remote root vulnerability. This script currently only tests whether encryption is supported, not for that particular vulnerability.


Enumerates TFTP (trivial file transfer protocol) filenames by testing for a list of common ones.


Enumerates a TLS server's supported protocols by using the next protocol negotiation extension.


Lists the geographic locations of each hop in a traceroute and optionally saves the results to a KML file, plottable on Google earth and maps.


Attempts to extract system information from the UPnP service.


Detects the Ventrilo voice communication server service versions 2.1.2 and above and tries to determine version and configuration information. Some of the older versions (pre 3.0.0) may not have the UDP service that this probe relies on enabled by default.


Extracts information, including file paths, version and database names from a Versant object database.


Queries a VNC server for its protocol version and supported security types.


Retrieves cluster and store information from the Voldemort distributed key-value store using the Voldemort Native Protocol.


Retrieves some basic information, including protocol version from a Vuze filesharing node.


Detects vulnerabilities and gathers information (such as version numbers and hardware support) from VxWorks Wind DeBug agents.


Detect the T3 RMI protocol and Weblogic version


Attempts to retrieve information about the domain name of the target


Queries the WHOIS services of Regional Internet Registries (RIR) and attempts to retrieve information about the IP Address Assignment which contains the Target IP Address.


Retrieves and displays information from devices supporting the Web Services Dynamic Discovery (WS-Discovery) protocol. It also attempts to locate any published Windows Communication Framework (WCF) web services (.NET 4.0 or later).


Requests an XDMCP (X display manager control protocol) session and lists supported authentication and authorization mechanisms.


Performs XMLRPC Introspection via the system.listMethods method.


Connects to XMPP server (port 5222) and collects server information such as: supported auth mechanisms, compression methods, whether TLS is supported and mandatory, stream management, language, support of In-Band registration, server capabilities. If possible, studies server vendor.

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