Installing SSLScan on OSX is documented numerous other places as well but you may not find the answer immediately when searching via the error output during an attempted install. Below is the output from attempting to install SSLScan on OSX without using the ports version of OpenSSL. Follow the directions below to get SSLScan working on OSX Lion.
I have recently gotten a macbook pro to play around with so my next few articles will most likely cover getting the tools and such the way I want them on the mac book pro. The first thing I discovered is that many of the command line tools which I use every day such as nmap are available in the macports package which is a package management system similar to what I was used to in Linux.
I will details the steps I had to take to get macports installed:
When I installed MacPorts 1.8.2 on MacOS X 10.5.8, it automatically changed my PATH in my .bash_profile file. To fix the “rubygems (LoadError)” error message, I moved the “/opt/local/bin” from the beginning of the PATH to the end as follows: