Configure Oracle Database For Virdi Fingerprint Machines
This form allows you to contribute new operating system fingerprints to theNmap database. Please do not fill this out unless you arecertain what OS is running on the target machine you scanned.Incorrect entries can pollute the database. The connection between the source andtarget machines should be clean, with no port forwarding or network addresstranslation (NAT) involved. For more information, see the OS detection chapter of Nmap Network Scanning. This form only accepts fingerprints generated by Nmap version 4.20 or later. By submitting fingerprints you aretransferring any copyright interest in the data to the Nmap Project (Nmap Software LLC) so that theymay modify it, relicense it, incorporate it into Nmap,etc.
Configure Oracle database for Virdi fingerprint machines
Next, paste the entire output from the following Nmap command (where [target] is replaced with the misidentified target host): nmap -O -sV -T4 -d [target] Add the -6 argument above if it is an IPv6 target. Feel free to delete/obscure hostnames or other sensitive information. Correction Please describe in detail why you feel this output is incorrect and what you think it should be. New Service/Version FingerprintThis form allows you to contribute new version/service scan fingerprints to the Nmap database. Please do not fill this out unless you are sure that you know what application is running on the machine you scanned. Incorrect entries can pollute the database. For more details on the submission process, see the Community Contributions section of the Service Detection chapter of Nmap Network Scanning. By submitting fingerprints you are transfering any copyright interest in the data to the Nmap Project (Nmap Software LLC).