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NMap 7 is out

Yesterday I read that there is a totally new release of nmap, the network mapping tool. I’ve blogged about Nmap before. Version 7 has attacks against Heartbleed, it has mature IPv6 support, faster scans on Windows and BSD systems. And … Continue reading

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Running Nmap against an Oracle listener

When preparing for the Planboard symposium in Utrecht last Tuesday, I decided to use tools like Nmap and Metasploit to show how these tools can be used against an Oracle database server. I have worked with Nmap before, but I’m … Continue reading

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oracle-enum-users doesn’t work on Nmap 6.25

Currently I’m working on a hacking demo for the Planboard Symposium. The sessions will be on May 28th in Utrecht. The language of the sessions will be Dutch. I can’t say that the preparations go entirely smoothly. It’s when working … Continue reading

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