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Update to display vuln obj to user for CVE2006-3392 #1220

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rewardone commented May 19, 2018

Previously, the function would return vuln_report:make_output(detection_session.body).

The expected output is that the nmap scan finishes and shows the "vuln" structure (title, state, IDs, description) if the instance is vulnerable.

This was not the case when run against a vulnerable instance (pwnOs1 vulnerable VM). The nmap script would finish and not display anything to the user unless --script-trace or -d flags were set.

After updating make_output to make_output(vuln), the finished nmap scan correctly displays the vuln structure after completion.

A further enhancement could be made to add detection_session.body to the vuln obj.

Update to display vuln obj to user
Previously, the function would return vuln_report:make_output(detection_session.body). 
The expected output is that the nmap scan finishes and shows the "vuln" structure (title, state, IDs, description) if the instance is vulnerable.
This was not the case when run against a vulnerable instance (pwnOs1 vulnerable VM). The nmap script would finish and not display anything to the user unless --script-trace or -d flags were set.

After updating make_output to make_output(vuln), the finished nmap scan correctly displays the vuln structure after completion.

A further enhancement could be made to add detection_session.body to the vuln obj.

@cldrn cldrn self-assigned this May 25, 2018

@cldrn cldrn added the NSE label May 25, 2018

@nmap-bot nmap-bot closed this in fc3062b May 26, 2018

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