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db_nmap doesn't store all it's results into metasploit database Sep 22 2013 04:18PM
Ð?авел ТомаÑ?евский (crooveck gmail com)
Hi all,
I just want to ask if it's a feature or just a bug.

When I perform my network scanning using db_nmap in msfconsole, it
says there is eg. 5 or 8 hosts up, but typing 'hosts' command in
msfconsole it returns only 2 or 3.
After doing some research, I've found that hosts that are not stored
(but still up) are those, with all ports being closed. Moreover the
same behavior occurs when I do db_import from xml nmap output.
Is this a bug? Is this a feature? How can I store in db all found
hosts, no matter if ports are closed, opened, filtered or whatever?

Thanks,
Crooveck

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