Remote nmap (Rnmap) is a pair of client and server programs which allow for various authorised clients to run their port scans from a centralised server.
Release Notes: Some old code cleanups, improvements to the rnmap protocol, and SSL support (with pyOpenSSL).
Release Notes: Support for new PyCrypto alpha versions, a fix for a bug which occured when public-key in '.rnmap.keys' file was corrupted, and fixes to rnmapd to ensure that all data will be send to clients.
Release Notes: A fix for an rnmap.py file-saving bug which occured when scan was interrupted, improvements for the GUI client, more error-checking code, and some code cleanups.
Release Notes: A more portable rnmap daemon (no need for Python compiled with threads), a new -c commandline option for console client that makes it possible to specify a file which contains username, password, server, and port information, a fix for scan abortion (now interruptes scan), and changing the TCP port number to 3418.
Release Notes: Addition of rnmap-userdel for better user management, a new configuration, logging, and chroot directory (-c, -l, and -r), ability to run as a specified UID/GID after initialization (-u and -g), and other small fixes and modifications.