Nmap_Parser

Description

Nmap_Parser – If you have tons of nmap results and want to look at them in a pretty table, check out this nmap result parser.

Usage

Syntax

nmapparse results.gnmap [or whatever filename is]

Example

To generate the results.gnmap file . First Scan with nmap and parse the output file : 

cyborg@cyborg:~$ nmap -T4 -A -v -oG results.gnmap scanme.nmap.org

Then parse the file using nmap_parser

 

cyborg@cyborg:~$ nmap_parser results.gnmap
+--------------+-----------+---------------+-------------------------------+
|  IP Address  |    Port   |    Service    |            Version            |
+--------------+-----------+---------------+-------------------------------+
| 45.33.32.156 |   22/tcp  |      ssh      |         (protocol 2.0)        |
| 45.33.32.156 |   80/tcp  |      http     | Apache httpd 2.4.7 ((Ubuntu)) |
| 45.33.32.156 |  9929/tcp |   nping-echo  |           Nping echo          |
| 45.33.32.156 | 31337/tcp | ssl|ncat-chat |   Ncat chat (users: nobody)   |
+--------------+-----------+---------------+-------------------------------+
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