Nmap 7.30 Released As Stable With Many Additions
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 29 September 2016 at 05:06 PM EDT. Add A Comment
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Nmap 7.30 is now available as the project's latest stable release after a long run of beta versions incorporating new features into this open-source network mapper.

The Nmap 7.30 network mapper / security scanner adds several new IPv6 OS fingerprint submissions, seven new NSE scripts, upgraded its Windows package capturing driver/library, new service probes, and a range of other changes. And these mentioned items don't even include all of the work integrated into the previous beta releases.

For those making use of nmap, you can see the very lengthy change-log with the release announcement for nmap 7.30 at seclists.org.
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