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Last Active2011-04-22
Application Mapper 5.4
Posted Apr 22, 2011
Authored by van Hauser, thc, DJ Revmoon | Site thc.org

Application Mapper is a next-generation scanning tool that allows you to identify the applications that are running on a specific port. It does this by connecting to the port(s) and sending trigger packets. These trigger packets will typically be an application protocol handshake (i.e. SSL). Amap then looks up the response in a list and prints out any match it finds. Adding new response identifications can be done just by adding them to an easy-to-read text file. With amap, you will be able to identify that SSL server running on port 3445 and some oracle listener on port 233!

Changes: Various updates.
tags | tool, protocol
systems | unix
SHA-256 | a75ea58de75034de6b10b0de0065ec88e32f9e9af11c7d69edbffc4da9a5b059
amap-5.2.tar.gz
Posted Oct 6, 2005
Authored by van Hauser, thc, DJ Revmoon | Site thc.org

Application Mapper is a next-generation scanning tool that allows you to identify the applications that are running on a specific port. It does this by connecting to the port(s) and sending trigger packets. These trigger packets will typically be an application protocol handshake (i.e. SSL). Amap then looks up the response in a list and prints out any match it finds. Adding new response identifications can be done just by adding them to an easy-to-read text file. With amap, you will be able to identify that SSL server running on port 3445 and some oracle listener on port 233!

Changes: THIS IS A THC TAX ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL RELEASE. Some improvements and fingerprint additions.
tags | tool, protocol
SHA-256 | 0ca1d5e9feab7d44af39dc058a688a0636f8e798315ee742847c4057e4467fb6
amap-5.1.tar.gz
Posted Jun 18, 2005
Authored by van Hauser, thc, DJ Revmoon | Site thc.org

Application Mapper is a next-generation scanning tool that allows you to identify the applications that are running on a specific port. It does this by connecting to the port(s) and sending trigger packets. These trigger packets will typically be an application protocol handshake (i.e. SSL). Amap then looks up the response in a list and prints out any match it finds. Adding new response identifications can be done just by adding them to an easy-to-read text file. With amap, you will be able to identify that SSL server running on port 3445 and some oracle listener on port 233!

Changes: Big appdefs.resp update. Fixed the web update function for bad inet_pton implementations. Couple other bug fixes and some nmap support has been added.
tags | tool, protocol
SHA-256 | 1cd47ce3bc77a61260482c054af399677c3c43028903b8c8728c349ecd4486d1
amap-5.0.tar.gz
Posted Apr 18, 2005
Authored by van Hauser, thc, DJ Revmoon | Site thc.org

Application Mapper is a next-generation scanning tool that allows you to identify the applications that are running on a specific port. It does this by connecting to the port(s) and sending trigger packets. These trigger packets will typically be an application protocol handshake (i.e. SSL). Amap then looks up the response in a list and prints out any match it finds. Adding new response identifications can be done just by adding them to an easy-to-read text file. With amap, you will be able to identify that SSL server running on port 3445 and some oracle listener on port 233!

Changes: Updated application fingerprints, IPv6 support, better installation routines and minor bugfixes.
tags | tool, protocol
SHA-256 | 23d16d6cefab4b0cc88f9504edee3774c07ddbfc1f48237a22630e02fed9de76
amap-4.8.tar.gz
Posted Feb 5, 2005
Authored by van Hauser, thc, DJ Revmoon | Site thc.org

Application Mapper is a next-generation scanning tool that allows you to identify the applications that are running on a specific port. It does this by connecting to the port(s) and sending trigger packets. These trigger packets will typically be an application protocol handshake (i.e. SSL). Amap then looks up the response in a list and prints out any match it finds. Adding new response identifications can be done just by adding them to an easy-to-read text file. With amap, you will be able to identify that SSL server running on port 3445 and some oracle listener on port 233!

Changes: Online web update of fingerprints is available. New identifications have been added. A windows binary is included, and more.
tags | tool, protocol
SHA-256 | 85b6426bf6c67517d6298207ce6fdde14f9ec6ac8cbca7d43ab1c171722a0490
amap-4.7.tar.gz
Posted Oct 23, 2004
Authored by van Hauser, thc, DJ Revmoon | Site thc.org

Application Mapper is a next-generation scanning tool that allows you to identify the applications that are running on a specific port. It does this by connecting to the port(s) and sending trigger packets. These trigger packets will typically be an application protocol handshake (i.e. SSL). Amap then looks up the response in a list and prints out any match it finds. Adding new response identifications can be done just by adding them to an easy-to-read text file. With amap, you will be able to identify that SSL server running on port 3445 and some oracle listener on port 233!

Changes: more identifications, SSL bugfixes.
tags | tool, protocol
SHA-256 | 8395480370f223d2e59616e6c597f1bc9ffa01b8482130fe61d0ee3d73e41bca
amap-4.6.tar.gz
Posted Jul 20, 2004
Authored by van Hauser, thc, DJ Revmoon | Site thc.org

Application Mapper is a next-generation scanning tool that allows you to identify the applications that are running on a specific port. It does this by connecting to the port(s) and sending trigger packets. These trigger packets will typically be an application protocol handshake (i.e. SSL). Amap then looks up the response in a list and prints out any match it finds. Adding new response identifications can be done just by adding them to an easy-to-read text file. With amap, you will be able to identify that SSL server running on port 3445 and some oracle listener on port 233!

Changes: Added 9 new responses. Fixed a small string termination bug.
tags | tool, protocol
SHA-256 | 85cc4c2281d795a7b27631f775a592828561823a3d15c1fe7e7cc969a0414e31
amap-4.5.tar.gz
Posted Nov 21, 2003
Authored by van Hauser, thc, DJ Revmoon | Site thc.org

Application Mapper is a next-generation scanning tool that allows you to identify the applications that are running on a specific port. It does this by connecting to the port(s) and sending trigger packets. These trigger packets will typically be an application protocol handshake (i.e. SSL). Amap then looks up the response in a list and prints out any match it finds. Adding new response identifications can be done just by adding them to an easy-to-read text file. With amap, you will be able to identify that SSL server running on port 3445 and some oracle listener on port 233!

Changes: Added portability fixes for OpenBSD and Cygwin.
tags | tool, protocol
SHA-256 | 4923561c01a4c32b8a2d4f42772f5d3002c1c22b849d7cbf665111013dba4682
amap-4.3.tar.gz
Posted Sep 21, 2003
Authored by van Hauser, thc, DJ Revmoon | Site thc.org

Application Mapper is a next-generation scanning tool that allows you to identify the applications that are running on a specific port. It does this by connecting to the port(s) and sending trigger packets. These trigger packets will typically be an application protocol handshake (i.e. SSL). Amap then looks up the response in a list and prints out any match it finds. Adding new response identifications can be done just by adding them to an easy-to-read text file. With amap, you will be able to identify that SSL server running on port 3445 and some oracle listener on port 233!

Changes: More identifications added and various bug fixes.
tags | tool, protocol
SHA-256 | 4450b9ecd3bc40104031d83fad31d0bb3fc7aa15de4088460aa734c06f2e1f2b
amap-4.2.tar.gz
Posted Aug 10, 2003
Authored by van Hauser, thc, DJ Revmoon | Site thc.org

Application Mapper is a next-generation scanning tool that allows you to identify the applications that are running on a specific port. It does this by connecting to the port(s) and sending trigger packets. These trigger packets will typically be an application protocol handshake (i.e. SSL). Amap then looks up the response in a list and prints out any match it finds. Adding new response identifications can be done just by adding them to an easy-to-read text file. With amap, you will be able to identify that SSL server running on port 3445 and some oracle listener on port 233!

Changes: Various bug fixes, added 28 new response ids and triggers, and more.
tags | tool, protocol
SHA-256 | a2826954e3dafa6ed8b2e3866603be894a0363d4ef2157de174bb9e5e407d089
amap-4.0.tar.gz
Posted Jul 22, 2003
Authored by van Hauser, thc, DJ Revmoon | Site thc.org

Amap Version 4.0 is a next-generation scanning tool that allows you to identify the applications that are running on a specific port. It does this by connecting to the port(s) and sending trigger packets. These trigger packets will typically be an application protocol handshake (i.e. SSL). Amap then looks up the response in a list and prints out any match it finds. Adding new response identifications can be done just by adding them to an easy-to-read text file. With amap, you will be able to identify that SSL server running on port 3445 and some oracle listener on port 233!

Changes: Rewritten from scratch to enhance speed and reliability. There are also new features, better documentation, and various other bug fixes.
tags | tool, protocol
SHA-256 | 2093ae53f387b8dfbd45483389d5031cf82dd14770bd294b48f87d7917b52210
amap-2.7.tar.gz
Posted Jun 17, 2003
Authored by van Hauser, thc, DJ Revmoon | Site thc.org

Amap is a scanning tool that allows you to identify the applications that are running on a specific port. It does this by connecting to the port(s) and sending trigger packets. These trigger packets will typically be an application protocol handshake (i.e. SSL). Amap then looks up the response in a list and prints out any match it finds. Adding new response identifications can be done just by adding them to an easy-to-read text file. With amap, you will be able to identify that SSL server running on port 3445 and some oracle listener on port 233!

Changes: Added the ability to compile under Cygwin, Added some triggers and responses, and various bug fixes.
tags | tool, protocol
SHA-256 | 94fab83628b9447bc141df6b16c39f31750777f88ee84a8d1eb31ceb8b387221
amap-2.5.tar.gz
Posted May 31, 2003
Authored by van Hauser, thc, DJ Revmoon | Site thc.org

Amap is a scanning tool that allows you to identify the applications that are running on a specific port. It does this by connecting to the port(s) and sending trigger packets. These trigger packets will typically be an application protocol handshake (i.e. SSL). Amap then looks up the response in a list and prints out any match it finds. Adding new response identifications can be done just by adding them to an easy-to-read text file. With amap, you will be able to identify that SSL server running on port 3445 and some oracle listener on port 233!

Changes: Bug fix in the -o output and RPC scanning.
tags | tool, protocol
SHA-256 | 6df1e33d4c0dea8aae82e949aa3198c14cb677bce90ca0f5998b50a39229a476
amap-2.1.tar.gz
Posted May 8, 2003
Authored by van Hauser, thc, DJ Revmoon | Site thc.org

Amap V2.1 is a scanning tool that allows you to identify the applications that are running on a specific port. It does this by connecting to the port(s) and sending trigger packets. These trigger packets will typically be an application protocol handshake (i.e. SSL). Amap then looks up the response in a list and prints out any match it finds. Adding new response identifications can be done just by adding them to an easy-to-read text file. With amap, you will be able to identify that SSL server running on port 3445 and some oracle listener on port 233!

Changes: More application fingerprints, better identification, speed enhancements, amapcrap added, new features and bugfixes.
tags | tool, protocol
SHA-256 | a2fcff73f3df3c1bcf73d1501e95403b8c981c8c823a2d9d6763f52252bbb3ad
amap-1.2.1.tgz
Posted Dec 29, 2002
Authored by van Hauser, thc, DJ Revmoon | Site thc.org

Amap is a scanning tool that allows you to identify the applications that are running on a specific port. It does this by connecting to the port(s) and sending trigger packets. These trigger packets will typically be an application protocol handshake (i.e. SSL). Amap then looks up the response in a list and prints out any match it finds. Adding new response identifications can be done just by adding them to an easy-to-read text file. With amap, you will be able to identify that SSL server running on port 3445 and some oracle listener on port 233!

Changes: More application fingerprints, less bugs and SSL support!
tags | tool, protocol
SHA-256 | 81509d637b18008571d20a69abeb7186061b19f044b882b42974720a61efebdf
amap-0.95.tar.gz
Posted Mar 6, 2002
Authored by van Hauser, thc, DJ Revmoon | Site thc.org

Amap is a scanning tool that allows you to identify the applications that are running on (a) specific port(s). It does this by connecting to the port(s) and sending trigger packets. These trigger packets will typically be an application protocol handshake (i.e. SSL). Amap then looks up the response in a list and prints out any match it finds. Adding new response identifications can be done just by adding them to an easy-to-read text file. With amap, you will be able to identify that SSL server running on port 3445 and some oracle listener on port 233!

tags | tool, protocol
SHA-256 | 1c3ecd0a4363f4c64267e66bacdc383383ad7bbb4691f4d438aaece8d92ae73d
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