[Snort-users] nmap scan settings for using with Hogger

Joel Esler jesler at ...1935...
Wed Sep 29 15:31:54 EDT 2010


It's in the readme file...

nmap -O -T4 -n [network]

        -O  Enables OS detection
        -T4 will do an aggressive scan of the subnet, if your network is
sensitive, you may want to ommit.
        -n  will cause nmap not to resolve DNS for this hosts.  DO NOT leave
this switch off, as currently
                the logic does not compensate for the existance of DNS names
in the output and will ommit
                hosts that have their IP resolved to DNS names.




On Wed, Sep 29, 2010 at 3:23 PM, Andy Berryman <aberryman at ...14758...> wrote:

> What recommended nmap flags do you guys use when you scan with the
> intention of importing it into Hogger?
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> Thanks,
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> Andy Berryman
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