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zenmap: provide target list from file #1262

bernd-wechner opened this Issue Jul 5, 2018 · 1 comment


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bernd-wechner commented Jul 5, 2018

nmap provides the useful -iL option. It would be nice if I could tell Zenmap:

"here's a list of all the devices I know I want scanned"

in a similar way.

I could do the whole LAN it seems by specifying an IP range, but I'd love them on the topology map by name and I can build lists easily from my DHCP static lease table for example of hosts I would like to scan in one fell (slow) swoop and save results for.


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dmiller-nmap commented Jul 6, 2018

Zenmap just runs nmap underneath, and the command line is fully editable. You can add your -iL option just as you would with command-line Nmap. Alternatively, you can run Nmap with the -oX filename output option and then import that into Zenmap to view the results.

I'm leaving this open as an enhancement request for now, because I think it might be interesting to have a "browse to file" button for the "Target" input box.

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