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NMAP - Help is hugely appreciated!


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#1 vikas891

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Posted 21 May 2018 - 07:13 AM

I have scrounged the internet but I couldn’t get this to work, hence checking up with you..

 

Upon scanning a network for only 1 vulnerability, let’s say the WannaCry one, the most advisable output is XML and it gives us a neat summary. I have attached the XML for reference. https://files.fm/u/nsc549x2 

 

Now all the results are in a single XML page which is not exactly customer-friendly. What I would like to do here is only extract this part into CSV –

 

Host Script Output

Script Name

Output

smb-vuln-ms17-010

  192.168.0.2 VULNERABLE CVE-2017-0143

 

Maybe I could have two columns – Script Name and Output and it should give me a neat report of machines I need to look at.

I have tested many python and perl scripts on Github but none came close to what I want to achiece here. I understand that from a Linux box,  I could grep my way through to what I want, but I wish to have an external document in which I’d like to use NMAP for Windows for the sake of ease.

Any ideas/suggestions are welcome. 



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#2 Didier Stevens

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Posted 21 May 2018 - 01:56 PM

If you want CSV, use option -oG, that's grepable output e.g. CSV.

 

If you want XML too, that possible, you can include -oX for XML, or -oA for the 3 major formats.


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