Nmap 7.40

Gordon Lyon - ( Open Source)

Nmap is a powerful and indispensable tool for all network administrators developed to explore and perform an audit or a computer network hardware inventory.

Nmap ("Network Mapper") is a software application that allows to detect open ports as well as information on a remote computer. Network administrators can use to identify the network status, manage schedules update services and monitor the availability of each item.

Using uses TCP, ICMP, IP or UDP it identifies services hosted on a computer. Thus, information such as the operating system or available ports can be accessed. Specific reports also allow to perform a specific audit of the safety and security of the system.

The functional graphical user interface provides access to a wealth of information at the first glance.

Nmap 7.40
File Size:
25.8 MB
Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / Windows 7 / XP 64-bit / Vista 64-bit / Windows 7 64-bit / Windows 8 / Windows 8 64-bit / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64-bit
Open Source
Date Added:
22 Dec 2016
Gordon Lyon
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* [Windows] Updated the bundled Npcap from 0.10r9 to 0.78r5, with an improved installer experience, driver signing updates to work with Windows 10 build 1607, and bugfixes for WiFi connectivity problems. [Yang Luo, Daniel Miller]
* Integrated all of your IPv4 OS fingerprint submissions from April to September (568 of them). Added 149 fingerprints, bringing the new total to 5,336. Additions include Linux 4.6, macOS 10.12 Sierra, NetBSD 7.0, and more. Highlights: http://seclists.org/nmap-dev/2016/q4/110 [Daniel Miller]
* Integrated all of your service/version detection fingerprints submitted from April to September (779 of them). The signature count went up 3.1% to 11,095. We now detect 1161 protocols, from airserv-ng, domaintime, and mep to nutcracker, rhpp, and usher. Highlights: http://seclists.org/nmap-dev/2016/q4/115 [Daniel Miller]
* Fix reverse DNS on Windows which was failing with the message "mass_dns: warning: Unable to determine any DNS servers." This was because the interface GUID comparison needed to be case-insensitive. [Robert Croteau]
* [NSE] Added 12 NSE scripts from 4 authors, bringing the total up to 552!and the summaries are below:
- cics-enum enumerates CICS transaction IDs, mapping to screens in TN3270 services.
- cics-user-enum brute-forces usernames for CICS users on TN3270 services.
- fingerprint-strings will print the ASCII strings it finds in the service fingerprints that Nmap shows for unidentified services.
- ip-geolocation-map-bing renders IP geolocation data as an image via Bing Maps API.
- ip-geolocation-map-google renders IP geolocation data as an image via Google Maps API.
- ip-geolocation-map-kml records IP geolocation data in a KML file for import into other mapping software
- nje-pass-brute brute-forces the password to a NJE node, given a valid RHOST and OHOST. Helpfully, nje-node-brute can now brute force both of those values. [Soldier of Fortran]
- ssl-cert-intaddr will search for private IP addresses in TLS certificate fields and extensions.
- tn3270-screen shows the login screen from mainframe TN3270 Telnet services, including any hidden fields. The script is accompanied by the new tn3270 library. [Soldier of Fortran]
- tso-enum enumerates usernames for TN3270 Telnet services.
- tso-brute brute-forces passwords for TN3270 Telnet services.
- vtam-enum brute-forces VTAM application IDs for TN3270 services.
* Brute scripts are faster and more accurate. New feedback and adaptivity mechanisms in brute.lua help brute scripts use resources more efficiently, dynamically changing number of threads based on protocol messages like FTP 421 errors, network errors like timeouts, etc.
* New option --defeat-icmp-ratelimit dramatically reduces UDP scan times in exchange for labeling unresponsive (and possibly open) ports as "closed|filtered". Ports which give a UDP protocol response to one of Nmap's scanning payloads will be marked "open".
* Removed ssl-google-cert-catalog, since Google shut off that service at some point. Reported by Brian Morin.
* New NSE library, geoip.lua, provides a common framework for storing and retrieving IP geolocation results.
* Restore the connection success message that Ncat prints with -v. This was accidentally suppressed when not using -z.
* Added scan resume from Nmap's XML output. Now you can --resume a canceled scan from all 3 major output formats: -oN, -oG, and -oX.
* Fix a bug where hosts with the same IP but different hostnames were shown as changing hostnames between scans. Made sort stable with regard to hostnames.
* Add tls.servername script-arg for forcing a name to be used for TLS Server Name Indication extension. The argument overrides the default use of the host's targetname.
* Updated Russian translation of Zenmap
* Fix a crash in smb.lua when using smb-ls due to a floating-point number being passed to os.time ("bad argument")
* Fix a bug in mysql.lua that caused authentication failures in mysql-brute and other scripts due to including a null terminator in the salt value. This bug affects Nmap 7.25BETA2 and later releases.
* The --open option now implies --defeat-rst-ratelimit. This may result in inaccuracies in the numbers of "Not shown:" closed and filtered ports, but only in situations where it also speeds up scan times.
* Added known Diffie-Hellman parameters for haproxy, postfix, and IronPort to ssl-dh-params.
* Added service probe for ClamAV servers (clam), an open source antivirus engine used in mail scanning.
* Added service probe and UDP payload for Quick UDP Internet Connection (QUIC), a secure transport developed by Google and used with HTTP/2.
* Enabled resolveall to run against any target provided as a hostname, so the resolveall.hosts script-arg is no longer required.
* Revised script http-default-accounts in several ways
- Added 21 new fingerprints, plus broadened 5 to cover more variants.
- It can now can test systems that return status 200 for non-existent pages.
- Implemented XML output. Layout of the classic text output has also changed, including reporting blank usernames or passwords as "<blank>", instead of just empty strings.
- Added CPE entries to individual fingerprints (where known). They are reported only in the XML output.
* Updated http.lua to allow processing of HTTP responses with malformed header names. Such header lines are still captured in the rawheader list but skipped otherwise.
* New service probe and match line for iperf3.
* Add Drupal to the set of web apps brute forced by http-form-brute.


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