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ncat-6.25-3.4.2 RPM for armv7hl

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Name: ncat Distribution: openSUSE 12.3
Version: 6.25 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 3.4.2 Build date: Mon Oct 14 16:20:37 2013
Group: Productivity/Networking/Diagnostic Build host: armbuild16
Size: 680695 Source RPM: nmap-6.25-3.4.2.src.rpm
Packager: http://bugs.opensuse.org
Url: http://nmap.org/
Summary: Network Tool to concatenate and redirect Sockets
Ncat is a feature-packed networking utility which will read and write data
across a network from the command line. Ncat was written for the Nmap Project
and is the culmination of the currently splintered family of Netcat
incarnations. It uses both TCP and UDP for communication and is designed to be
a reliable back-end tool to instantly provide network connectivity to other
applications and users. Ncat will not only work with IPv4 and IPv6 but provides
the user with a virtually limitless number of potential uses.

Among Ncat´s vast number of features there is the ability to chain Ncats
together, redirect both TCP and UDP ports to other sites, SSL support, and
proxy connections via SOCKS4 or HTTP (CONNECT method) proxies (with optional
proxy authentication as well). Some general principles apply to most
applications and thus give you the capability of instantly adding networking
support to software that would normally never support it.




Authors:
--------
    Fyodor <fyodor@dhp.com>

Provides

Requires

License

GPL-2.0+

Changelog

* Mon Oct 14 2013 vdziewiecki@suse.com
  - fix bnc#844953 CVE-2013-4885 (nmap-CVE-2013-4885.patch)
  - There was a vulnerability in one of our 437 NSE scripts.  If
    you ran the (fortunately non-default) http-domino-enum-passwords script
    with the (fortunately also non-default) domino-enum-passwords.idpath
    parameter against a malicious server, it could cause an arbitrarily named
    file to to be written to the client system.
* Sat Dec 08 2012 andreas.stieger@gmx.de
  - run available unit tests
  - add nmap-ncat-fail-test-addrset.patch to make ncat tests effective
  - add nmap-ncat-skip-network-tests.patch to skip tests requiring
    name resolution
* Sun Dec 02 2012 andreas.stieger@gmx.de
  - update to 6.25
    + add 373 IPv4 OS fingerprints and improve existing fingerprints
    + add more than 400 service/version detection fingerprints
    + integrate latest IPv6 OS submissions and corrections
    + Enabled support for IPv6 traceroute using UDP, SCTP, and IPProto
      (Next Header) probes.
    + Scripts can now return a structured name-value table so that results
      are query-able from XML output. Scripts can return a string as
      before, or a table, or a table and a string. In this last case, the
      table will go to XML output and the string will go to screen output.
    + Ncat: Added support for Unix domain sockets. The new -U and
    - -unixsock options activate this mode.
    + removal of Windows dependencies reduces size of source tarball
    + Replaced old RPC grinder with NSE-based implementation
    + Updated Nmap Scripting Engine to use Lua 5.2
    + Added 85 NSE scripts
    + Added 12 new protocol libraries:
    * ajp (Apache JServ Protocol)
    * base32 (Base32 encoding/decoding - RFC 4648)
    * bjnp (Canon BJNP printer/scanner discovery protocol)
    * cassandra (Cassandra database protocol)
    * eigrp (Cisco Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol)
    * gps (Global Positioning System - does GPRMC NMEA decoding)
    * ipp (CUPS Internet Printing Protocol)
    * isns (Internet Storage Name Service)
    * jdwp (Java Debug Wire Protocol)
    * mobileme (a service for managing Apple/Mac devices)
    * ospf (Open Shortest Path First routing protocol)
    * rdp (Remote Desktop Protocol)
    + added more Common Platform Enumeration (CPE) identifiers
    + Scans that use OS sockets (including TCP connect scan, version
      detection, and script scan) now use the SO_BINDTODEVICE sockopt on
      Linux, so that the -e (select network device) option is
      honored.
    + [Zenmap] Host filters can now do negative matching, for example you
      can use "os:!linux" to match hosts NOT detected as Linux.
    + further minor improvements and bug fixes as listed in
      http://nmap.org/changelog.html
  - for openSUSE releases where lua 5.2 is available, build with that
    library, otherwise use the library that comes with the sources
  - add tests for the correct system or included libraries
  - refresh nmap-4.75-nostrip.patch
  - refresh su-to-zenmap.patch
* Mon Jul 16 2012 andreas.stieger@gmx.de
  - update manpages glob to fix Factory build
* Sat Jun 23 2012 andreas.stieger@gmx.de
  - update to upstream 6.0.1
    * fix a zenmap a crash that happened when activating the host filter.
    * fix finding network interfaces if one of them is in monitor mode
    * fixx greppable output of hosts that time-out
* Mon May 21 2012 andreas.stieger@gmx.de
  - update to upstream 6.00
    * enhanced Nmap Scripting Engine
    * Better Web Scanning
    * Full IPv6 Support
    * New NPing Tool
    * Better Zenmap GUI & results viewer
    * Faster scans
    * for a full list of changes see http://nmap.org/6/#changes and
      http://nmap.org/changelog.html
  - refresh nmap-4.00-libpcap-filter.diff
* Tue Mar 27 2012 andreas.stieger@gmx.de
  - as nmap is built with the inluded and stripped nmap-libdnet-1.12,
    remove system libdnet as build requirement
* Mon Mar 26 2012 andreas.stieger@gmx.de
  - Update to nmap-5.61TEST5
  - refresh nmap-4.00-libpcap-filter.diff for moved source lines
  - refresh nmap-4.00-noreturn.diff for moved source lines
  - refresh nmap-4.75-nostrip.patch for moved source lines
  - update nmap-5.00-desktop_files.patch
      to nmap-5.61-desktop_files.patch for change source
  - update su-to-zenmap.patch for moved source lines
* Mon Mar 26 2012 dimstar@opensuse.org
  - Conditionally change lua-devel BuildRequires to lua51-devel on
    openSUSE > 12.1. The code is not yet ready for lua 5.2.
* Sat Oct 22 2011 eugene@nobilis.org.ru
  - Fixed a run Zenmap as sudo in KDE and GNOME
* Mon Oct 17 2011 crrodriguez@opensuse.org
  - Update to nmap 5.61-xxx branch, changelog too long, see NEWS
    for details.
  - Add a new subpackage "nping"
  - drop no-md2.patch already in upstream.
* Wed Dec 01 2010 vcizek@novell.com
  - add nmap-5.21-gnomesu.patch (fixed bnc#613847)
* Sat Oct 30 2010 malcolmlewis@opensuse.org
  - spec file clean up to build on SLE and openSUSE < 11.3
* Fri Aug 27 2010 anicka@suse.cz
  - update to 5.21
    * Dramatically improved the version detection database, integrating
    2,596 submissions that users contributed since February 3, 2009!
    * bugfixes
* Mon Apr 19 2010 meissner@suse.de
  - disable md2 in the scripting language (no longer supplied
    by default openssl)
* Fri Oct 09 2009 anicka@suse.cz
  - fixed bnc#528581
* Wed Aug 12 2009 coolo@novell.com
  - Pascal updated to 5.00 with way too many changes to list them,
    see /usr/share/doc/packages/nmap/CHANGELOG
  - introduce ncat and ndiff packages providing tools for nmap scans
* Sun Aug 09 2009 coolo@novell.com
  - use new python macros
* Tue Jun 23 2009 meissner@suse.de
  - remove strip so we have debuginfos

Files

/usr/bin/ncat
/usr/share/man/man1/ncat.1.gz
/usr/share/ncat
/usr/share/ncat/ca-bundle.crt


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