Information Security

Backtrack 5 : Information Gathering : Network Analysis : Identify Live Hosts : pbnj

PBNJ is made ip of two commands which are scanpbnj and outputpbnj. The manpages for both scanpbnj and outputpbnj are located in collapsed tables at the bottom of this post in case you want more details. When you run scanpbnj it technically a script that runs nmap and dumps the results to a database. The scanpbnj command will store results in various database formats including CSV, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQLite. Once the results are stored you can pull the results from the database using outputpbnj which can output report style results in CSV format, tab delimited format, or HTML format. Continue reading below for more details regarding outputpbnj and scanpbnj on Backtrack Linux 5 r2.

Technology Insights

Apache Rewrite: Do Not Redirect For A Certain Port Using RewriteCond

This seems to be the week of the Rewrite Engine for me as this is the second semi unique modification I have needed to make to one of our servers rewrite rule sets. This time we have a site where all traffic destined for HTTP is redirected to HTTPS via the LiteSpeed Rewrite Engine. Currently there are no exceptions to this rule on the server except if you are already visiting HTTPS you obviously do not get redirected to HTTPS. So a description of the project along with the necessary syntax to exclude certain ports from your rewrite rule set are below.