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[VB6] VTSTech-TorScan v0.32


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http://www.vts-tech.org/torscan-v0-1/

Changelog

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v0.32

Disabling 'Verbose' should actually be less verbose now

Various code optimizations

Specific support improved for: SMB

Sends/Detects SMBv1 Negotiate Protocol Request/Response

Sends/Detects SMBv1 Session Request/Response

Currently can detect OS on SMB for

Win2k, WinXP, Win7, Win2k3, Win2k8 and Unix based Samba 2.x-4.x systems

(Might not detect all variants - Currently using observed variants.)

v0.31

Added LDAP, SOCKS Scan prefix

Added 'Show Hex' option

Added 'Custom Hex' option

Specific support added for: SMB, Any with Custom Hex

SMB: Sends SMBv1 Connect request

v0.3

Added HTTPS, SMB, RPC, MSSQL, RADMIN Scan prefix

Added Ticker

v0.2

Fixed bug in Port->HexPort calculation

Added POP3, IMAP, VNC, MYSQL Scan prefix

Sending CRLF is now optional

Specific support added for: POP3

POP3: Lists supported AUTH types

v0.1

First Release

Currently has specific support forfollowing protocols: FTP, SSH, HTTP

FTP: Returns banner, MOTD and checks Anonymous login

SSH: Checks banner, Does protocol handshake, Returns partial KEXINIT string

HTTP: Preforms HTTP 1.0 GET / request

For all other protocols will send CRLF on connect and hope something comes back.

Protocol currently determined by dest port, protocol detection is planned for future builds

http://www.vts-tech.org/torscan-v0-1/

Download http://www.mediafire.com/download/k3cs66xxdrda9pm/VTSTech-TorScan-032.rar

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Although I prefer Linux over windows, I did enjoy programming in VB6. My appetite has since changed more to more portable languages. It's amazing seeing this language still being utilized with all the other choices out there.

I usually do quick builds in VB6 first and then port the code over to Python. Once I get all the functionality/syntax/bugs sorted, then its much quicker rewriting

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