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Old 08-29-2006, 04:36 PM   #1
09-sparky
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Converting a file into a .gnmap format?


I am looking for a simple technique or script, which would allow me to convert either a standard Linux output file ">" or a pcap file (similar to a -w in tcpdump) into a .gnmap file format.

I am using a specific port scanning utility which will only output to these two formats. I am looking to take these results and import them into Nesses Vulnerability Scanner, but Nessus will only accept .gnmap formats (with the Nessus Nasl). Does anyone have any good ideas? Note: I am also very new to Perl (as I am sure some would recommend creating a script with Perl). If so, I would also need some guidance, if possible.

Thank you in advance,

Sparky

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