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About: Nmap ("Network Mapper") is a utility for network exploration or security auditing (port scanner).

CHANGELOG  (nmap-7.90.tgz):CHANGELOG  (nmap-7.91.tgz)
#Nmap Changelog ($Id: CHANGELOG 38080 2020-10-02 18:54:17Z fyodor $); -*-text-*- #Nmap Changelog ($Id: CHANGELOG 38101 2020-10-09 22:43:50Z dmiller $); -*-text-*
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Nmap 7.91 [2020-10-09]
o [GH#2148][Zenmap] Fix a crash in the profile editor due to a missing import.
o [GH#2139][Nsock][Windows] Demote the IOCP Nsock engine because of some known
issues that will take longer to resolve. The previous default "poll" engine
will be used instead.
o [GH#2138][Nsock][Windows] Fix a crash in service scan due to a previously-unkn
own
error being returned from the IOCP Nsock engine. [Daniel Miller]
o [NSE][GH#2136][GH#2137] Fix several places where Lua's os.time was being used
to represent dates prior to January 1, 1970, which fails on Windows. Notably,
NSE refused to run in UTC+X timezones with the error "time result cannot be
represented in this installation" [Clément Notin, nnposter, Daniel Miller]
o [NSE][GH#2128] MySQL library was not properly parsing server responses,
resulting in script crashes. [nnposter]
o [GH#2135] Silence the irrelevant warning, "Your ports include 'T:' but you
haven't specified any TCP scan type" when running nmap -sUV
Nmap 7.90 [2020-10-02] Nmap 7.90 [2020-10-02]
o [Windows] Upgraded Npcap, our Windows packet capturing (and sending) o [Windows] Upgraded Npcap, our Windows packet capturing (and sending)
library to the milestone 1.00 release! It's the culmination of 7 years of library to the milestone 1.00 release! It's the culmination of 7 years of
development with 170 public pre-releases. This includes dozens of development with 170 public pre-releases. This includes dozens of
performance improvements, bug fixes, and feature enhancements described performance improvements, bug fixes, and feature enhancements described
at https://npcap.org/changelog. at https://npcap.org/changelog.
o Integrated over 800 service/version detection fingerprints submitted since o Integrated over 800 service/version detection fingerprints submitted since
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+ dicom-ping discovers DICOM servers and determines if any Application + dicom-ping discovers DICOM servers and determines if any Application
Entity Title is allowed to connect. [Paulino Calderon] Entity Title is allowed to connect. [Paulino Calderon]
+ uptime-agent-info collects system information from an Idera Uptime + uptime-agent-info collects system information from an Idera Uptime
Infrastructure Monitor agent. [Daniel Miller] Infrastructure Monitor agent. [Daniel Miller]
o [GH#1834] Addressed over 250 code quality issues identified by LGTM.com, o [GH#1834] Addressed over 250 code quality issues identified by LGTM.com,
improving our code quality score from "C" to "A+" improving our code quality score from "C" to "A+"
o Released Npcap OEM Edition. For more than 20 years, the Nmap Project has o Released Npcap OEM Edition. For more than 20 years, the Nmap Project has
been funded by selling licenses for companies to distribute Nmap with their been funded by selling licenses for companies to distribute Nmap with
products, along with commercial support. Hundreds of commercial products their products, along with commercial support. Hundreds of commercial
now use Nmap for network discovery tasks like port scanning, host products now use Nmap for network discovery tasks like port scanning,
discovery, OS detection, service/version detection, and of course the Nmap host discovery, OS detection, service/version detection, and of course
Scripting Engine (NSE). Until now, they have just used standard Nmap, but the Nmap Scripting Engine (NSE). Until now they have just used standard
we have now released an OEM edition customized for use within other Windows Nmap, but this new OEM Edition is customized for use within other Windows
software. Nmap OEM contains the OEM version of our Npcap driver, which software. Nmap OEM contains the OEM version of our Npcap driver, which
allows for silent installation. It also removes the Zenmap GUI, which allows for silent installation. It also removes the Zenmap GUI, which
dramatically decreases the installer size. And it reports itself as Nmap cuts the installer size by more than half. And it reports itself as Nmap
OEM so customers know it's a properly licensed Nmap. See OEM so customers know it's a properly licensed Nmap. See
https://nmap.org/oem for more details. We might create OEM builds for Linux https://nmap.org/oem for more details. We will be reaching out to all
and Mac depending on demand, but for now licensees on those platforms existing licensees with Nmap OEM access credentials, but any licensees
should continue shipping normal Nmap. We will be reaching out to all who wants it quicker should see https://nmap.org/oem.
existing licensees with Nmap OEM access credentials, but any licensees who
want to start using Nmap OEM immediately can email sales@nmap.com.
o Upgraded the Nmap license form a sort of hacked-up version of GPLv2 to a o Upgraded the Nmap license form a sort of hacked-up version of GPLv2 to a
cleaner and better organized version (still based on GPLv2) now called the cleaner and better organized version (still based on GPLv2) now called the
Nmap Public Source License to avoid confusion. See https://nmap.org/npsl/ Nmap Public Source License to avoid confusion. See https://nmap.org/npsl/
for more details and annotated license text. This NPSL project was started for more details and annotated license text. This NPSL project was started
in 2006 (community discussion here: in 2006 (community discussion here:
https://seclists.org/nmap-dev/2006/q4/126) and then it lost momentum for 7 https://seclists.org/nmap-dev/2006/q4/126) and then it lost momentum for 7
years until it was restarted in 2013 years until it was restarted in 2013
(https://seclists.org/nmap-dev/2013/q1/399) and then we got distracted by (https://seclists.org/nmap-dev/2013/q1/399) and then we got distracted by
development again. We still have some ideas for improving the NPSL, but development again. We still have some ideas for improving the NPSL, but
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