Changeset 53944


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Jul 16, 2009, 9:53:24 PM (10 years ago)
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portindex@…
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Total number of ports parsed: 5933
Ports successfully parsed: 5933
Ports failed: 0

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    55185518variants universal depends_build port:libpcap portdir net/ngrep description {Network grep} homepage http://ngrep.sourceforge.net epoch 0 platforms darwin name ngrep long_description {ngrep strives to provide most of GNU grep's common features, applying them to the network layer. ngrep a pcap-aware tool that will allow you to specify extended regular expressions to match against data payloads of packets. It currently recognizes TCP, UDP, and ICMP across Ethernet, PPP, SLIP, FDDI, Token Ring and null interfaces, and understands BPF filter logic in the same fashion as more common packet sniffing tools, like tcpdump and snoop.} maintainers flipt.com:grace categories net version 1.45 revision 0
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    5520 variants {no_ssl no_pcre zenmap universal} portdir net/nmap description {Port scanning utility for large networks} homepage http://nmap.org/ epoch 0 platforms {darwin freebsd} name nmap depends_lib {port:libpcap port:openssl port:pcre port:zlib} long_description {Nmap is a utility for port scanning large networks, although it works fine for single hosts. The guiding philosophy for the creation of nmap was TMTOWTDI (There's More Than One Way To Do It). This is the Perl slogan, but it is equally applicable to scanners. Sometimes you need speed, other times you may need stealth. In some cases, bypassing firewalls may be required. Not to mention the fact that you may want to scan different protocols (UDP, TCP, ICMP, etc.). You just can't do all this with one scanning mode. And you don't want to have 10 different scanners around, all with different interfaces and capabilities.} maintainers {darkart.com:opendarwin.org geeklair.net:dluke} categories net version 4.76 revision 0
     5520variants {no_ssl no_pcre zenmap universal} portdir net/nmap description {Port scanning utility for large networks} homepage http://nmap.org/ epoch 0 platforms {darwin freebsd} name nmap depends_lib {port:libpcap port:openssl port:pcre port:zlib} long_description {Nmap is a utility for port scanning large networks, although it works fine for single hosts. The guiding philosophy for the creation of nmap was TMTOWTDI (There's More Than One Way To Do It). This is the Perl slogan, but it is equally applicable to scanners. Sometimes you need speed, other times you may need stealth. In some cases, bypassing firewalls may be required. Not to mention the fact that you may want to scan different protocols (UDP, TCP, ICMP, etc.). You just can't do all this with one scanning mode. And you don't want to have 10 different scanners around, all with different interfaces and capabilities.} maintainers {darkart.com:opendarwin.org geeklair.net:dluke} categories net version 5.00 revision 0
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    55225522variants {i386 pingd_server universal} portdir net/nrg description {Network Resource Grapher} homepage http://nrg.hep.wisc.edu/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name nrg depends_lib {port:rrdtool port:p5-time-hires} long_description {NRG is an RRDtool front-end tool to monitor traffic and load on network links or any other resource utilization source. It automatically creates and maintains web pages and RRDtool databases, while providing short and long-term graph web pages just like MRTG.} maintainers markd categories net version 0.99.27 revision 0
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