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  smtpmap  

Smtpmap is now completely rewritten in C++. The idea is based on fingerprinting the human readable return messages from smtp answers. The fingerprints are created by the features and answers given by the server, so they might differ on same server but different configuration. I have nearly no fingerprints so please send me some, so I can add it to the packaes.
Latest developement Release is smtpmap 0.8.212-BETA released on 26.02.2003

Somtimes it compiles even on other systems like Solaris, Free-BSD or Net-BSD, but my main focus is on Linux currently. I will try to make the program also usable for those, but since I don't have access to these OS I need your help.
The best would be if you send me some patches, so that it will compile on your system.

Linux only:
Download : smtpmap-0.8-beta.tar.gz ( 97077 Bytes)
smtpmap-0.8-beta.tar.bz2 ( 74813 Bytes)

Latest official stable release (recommended) : smtpmap 0.8.0-1 release am 31.10.2002

Linux only:
Download : smtpmap-0.8.tar.gz ( 66893 Bytes)
smtpmap-0.8.tar.bz2 ( 55699 Bytes)

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  | nmbsub  

nmbsub is a simple bash script. It scans a given subnet for SMB (Windows) shares, and writes the result into a given file. More about shares in general is available in the security section. To scan the subnet 192.168.5.* you have the enter the following :

linux:/ # nmbsub 192.168.5 outfi
The best is u enter the following, because when the script is ready, u see the results quickly.
linux:/ # nmbsub 192.168.5 outfi && less outfi
This script was tested and developed for :
bash Version 2.05
samba Version 2.2.0
therefor these Packets must be installed, otherwise the script wont work.

Linux only:
Download : nmbsub (3099 Bytes)

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  | orinoco-0.13e-SN 

Ok, this is not really all from me, but I have put the monitor mode and scan patches for the orinoco_cs together. You can find them here. They work well with kismet and airsnort and you can scan for acces points in your vicinity.

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