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nmapqt

   3.73  

KDE Networking Tool

Score 67%
nmapqt
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nmapqt
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 3.x
Downloads:  1966
Submitted:  Apr 6 2004
Updated:  Apr 26 2005

Description:

A graphical frontend for nmap.

It is written in and requires PyQt.

Feedback and suggestions are welcome to fredrikfornwall@gmail.com (or just post here).




Changelog:

3.70:
Added RPM to make sure people got PyQt installed.

Some updates to better support nmap 3.70.

Changed WhatsThis messages into tooltips.

3.71:
Applied bug fix with sourceGroupBox#setColumnLayout supplied by Matthias Votisky (thanks!). If you were getting an error message when trying to run, this may be the cause.

3.72:
Added option (-d) to disable tooltips and a simple help (-h) switch.

Changed to support word wrap.

3.73:
Suggestions by Steven Robson: Clear action and some line breaks between each nmap run.




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 Looks good

 
 by aaron on: Apr 7 2004
 
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Its about time someone make a qt version of nmapfe. Thanks.


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 what do I do next?

 
 by alanguy on: Apr 27 2004
 
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Well I unpacked the tarball, but what do I do next?


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 Re: what do I do next?

 
 by fornwall on: Apr 27 2004
 
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The nmapqt.py file is a python program, meaning that it can be executed with "python ./nmapqt.py".


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 Re: Re: what do I do next?

 
 by alanguy on: Apr 28 2004
 
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ok, but in a root console all I get is:
"python: can't open file'./nmapqt.py'".
Where do I put the "11824-nmapqt.py" file? - thanks.


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 Re: Re: Re: what do I do next?

 
 by fornwall on: May 3 2004
 
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It seems as if kde-apps mangles the file name, so you can just rename the downloaded file (11824-nmapqt.py or whatever) to nmapqt.py and then run it normally.


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 i can't make

 
 by mehdi on: Jun 5 2004
 
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i try this :
python ./11824-nmapqt.py
ERROR: PyQt (http://www.riverbankcomputing.co.uk/pyqt/) could not be found - exiting


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 umm

 
 by john81 on: Sep 6 2004
 
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I much like what you have done here but nmap is much better when used from the command line, for me at least. Even nmapfe gets in my way. I can only imagine what a qt derivative would be like.


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 Screen Buffer

 
 by dgilmore on: Apr 27 2005
 
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I tried nmapqt out today and have only one complaint, the nmap went off of the buffer on the screen i did a nmap of my lan with 90 hosts and at the end could see details on only 10 of them.


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 Re: Screen Buffer

 
 by fornwall on: Apr 27 2005
 
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I've recently changed the maximum displayed log lines from 200 to 5000. Is that enough? Otherwise I could increase it further (or make it settable).


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 Re: Re: Screen Buffer

 
 by dgilmore on: Apr 27 2005
 
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Should be plenty. but it could be nice as a user settable option if you append outputs of scans


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 Thanks

 
 by blaster999 on: Apr 27 2005
 
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A really cool app - easy to use and powerful.


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