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  • #93481

    Rattar
    Participant

    To the Juliar Sec Module,

    We are adding port_map() command which is very similar to the nmap software, except you are able to store the contents on the nmap and use the results for other queries i.e. using the data to trigger some condition or event (be creative).

    To scan all (default) ports for the ip, you do:

    port_map(“127.0.0.1”); where 127.0.0.1 is the IP addresses

    If you want to scan a range of ports, you use:

    port_map(“127.0.0.1”, begin_port, end_port);

    The software is currently in testing phase, and might not work as well as other similar software.
    Please visit us at https://juliar.org

    Thanks,

    Juliar Team

    #93708

    Shoaib
    Spectator

    hi

    #93854

    Shoaib
    Spectator

    hello

    #94141

    Shoaib
    Spectator

    ss

    #94338

    travisg
    Participant

    is there any update on this?

    #94393

    Rattar
    Participant

    There are many updates. If you are interested in live chatting feel free to send me a personal message with your email to be invited to our private slack channel (or send a message to admin (att) juliar.org replace (att) with @. )

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