Vulnerability Details

Do not scan fragile devices or ports

Published: 2017-11-24 13:08:04

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This script checks if the remote host is a 'fragile' device known to be crashing / showing an unexpected behavior if scanned. It will output more info if a specific port or the whole device was excluded from the scan. Additionally the 'Exclude specific port(s) from scan' script preference allows to specify own ports to be exclude from the scan with the following syntax: 5060:all:full,443:tcp:tlsonly where the following is allowed: 5060 - portnumber between 1 and 65535 all - transport protocol of the port. Currently available options: all, tcp, udp full - how the port should be excluded. full: the port is excluded from all checks including SSL/TLS tests, tlsonly: the port is only excluded from SSL/TLS checks, nottls: the port is excluded from all checks except SSL/TLS. Currently available options: full, nottls, tlsonly It is possible to disable this behavior by setting the preference 'Exclude known fragile devices/ports from scan' within the 'Global variable settings' (OID: to 'no'.

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