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An asynchronous TCP and UDP port scanner developed by the late Jack C. Louis.
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Oct 24, 2009
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THIS CODE BASE is not intented to be secure honestly, though, lets expand on this a bit, seeing as how that can be a confusing statement. the following things are true about this codebase: 1) this is not a product. this is a pre-1.0 version of a GPL tool. 2) there is no formal security review of this code at this time. 3) if you have concerns about this code mis-behaving then you should a) use selinux and work with the policy, however you should note that 1) if the listener is compromised, the attacker has a raw socket to read from. this may or maynot be a problem, depending on how you run it. so some thought should be put into _where_ you are running this code. if you really use this tool perhaps you should read though the policy. the chroot setuid protection in the non-selinux code doesnt really give you enough protection imo. b) review the code, this release is for developers and interested people to _play_ with. If you find anything you dont like we would love to hear from you. 4) the rate of development right now and the state of it is _not_ stable, think of this being a CVS checkout of code. If it breaks im not going to cry. Ill try and do a decent job right now, but i think you should fully understand where the state of this project is before you use it. BEFORE YOU TYPE MAKE, 1) run ./configure --help and read it 2) run ./configure --prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc --localstatedir=/var --enable-bundled-ltdl for example 3) type make 4) type make install have fun, be good, and please talk to us. #unicornscan on efnet. https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/osace-users