ip-geolocation-geobytes is broken #519

cldrn opened this Issue Aug 21, 2016 · 1 comment


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cldrn commented Aug 21, 2016

I just noticed the script ip-geolocation-geobytes [1] is obsolete. The service isn't free anymore and the script never supported the paid version. They used to allow 20 requests per hour so all the logic of the script is based on that.

Should we remove the script? The script probably broke a long time ago and no one noticed.

cldrn commented Aug 21, 2016

Just tested the rest of IP geolocation scripts and they work as expected.

Host script results:
| ip-geolocation-geoplugin:
| (nmap.org)
| coordinates (lat,lon): 39.4899,-74.4773
|_ state: New Jersey, United States
| ip-geolocation-ipinfodb:
| (nmap.org)
| coordinates (lat,lon): 39.4201,-74.4998
|_ city: Pomona, New Jersey, United States
| ip-geolocation-maxmind:
| (nmap.org)
| coordinates (lat,lon): 37.567,-121.9829
|_ city: Fremont, San Francisco, CA, United States

@nmap-bot nmap-bot pushed a commit that closed this issue Aug 22, 2016
paulino Removes obsolete script. Closes #519 4292155
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