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RE: Nmap results in spreadsheet format
From: Roman, David (david.romaneds.com)
Date: Tue Jun 15 2004 - 13:58:56 CDT
I found some very useful perl modules for doing just this. It requires your
nmap output to be in XML.
The modules are Nmap::Parser (http://npx.sourceforge.net/), XML::Twig,
(http://search.cpan.org/dist/Spreadsheet-WriteExcel/). There may be some
other module dependencies that I can't think of right now. Any errors on
installation will tell you what's needed.
I've had good luck using them and it was my first experience with perl. The
examples provided with WriteExcel and NmapParser were of great help.
From: Jerry Shenk [mailto:jshenkdecommunications.com]
Sent: Friday, June 11, 2004 3:53 PM
Subject: Nmap results in spreadsheet format
I once saw a mention of a utility (probably a perl script) that would take
the information from an nmap scan and kick it out in a spreadsheet format.
I am working with a guy right now that really needs to take inventory of
what machines exist on the network and what ports are open on them. There
are over 100 web servers, numerous servers with terminal server, vnc and
dameware, snmp on way too many and the list goes on. Instead of having raw
nmap output to wade through, it would be nice to scan down a column and say,
"Which of these web servers do you really need? Shut the rest down."
If somebody can point me to a link for that, I'd appreciate it.