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NmapOps.h

/***************************************************************************
 * NmapOps.h -- The NmapOps class contains global options, mostly based on *
 * user-provided command-line settings.                                    *
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/* $Id: NmapOps.h 8050 2008-06-08 15:34:07Z kris $ */

#include "nmap.h"
#include "global_structures.h"
#include "output.h"
#include <string>

class NmapOps {
 public:
  NmapOps();
  ~NmapOps();
  void ReInit(); // Reinitialize the class to default state
  void setaf(int af) { addressfamily = af; }
  int af() { return addressfamily; }
  // no setpf() because it is based on setaf() values
  int pf();
  /* Returns 0 for success, nonzero if no source has been set or any other
     failure */
  int SourceSockAddr(struct sockaddr_storage *ss, size_t *ss_len);
  /* Note that it is OK to pass in a sockaddr_in or sockaddr_in6 casted
     to sockaddr_storage */
  void setSourceSockAddr(struct sockaddr_storage *ss, size_t ss_len);

// The time this obj. was instantiated   or last ReInit()ed.
  const struct timeval *getStartTime() { return &start_time; }
  // Number of milliseconds since getStartTime().  The current time is an
  // optional argument to avoid an extra gettimeofday() call.
  int TimeSinceStartMS(struct timeval *now=NULL); 
  struct in_addr v4source();
  const struct in_addr *v4sourceip();



  bool TCPScan(); /* Returns true if at least one chosen scan type is TCP */
  bool UDPScan(); /* Returns true if at least one chosen scan type is UDP */

  /* Returns true if at least one chosen scan type uses raw packets.
     It does not currently cover cases such as TCP SYN ping scan which
     can go either way based on whether the user is root or IPv6 is
     being used.  It will return false in those cases where a RawScan
     is not neccessarily used. */
  bool RawScan();
  void ValidateOptions(); /* Checks that the options given are
                             reasonable and consistant.  If they aren't, the
                             function may bail out of Nmap or make small
                         adjustments (quietly or with a warning to the
                         user). */
  int isr00t;
  int debugging;

#define PACKET_SEND_NOPREF 1
#define PACKET_SEND_ETH_WEAK 2
#define PACKET_SEND_ETH_STRONG 4
#define PACKET_SEND_ETH 6
#define PACKET_SEND_IP_WEAK 8
#define PACKET_SEND_IP_STRONG 16
#define PACKET_SEND_IP 24

  /* How should we send raw IP packets?  Nmap can generally use either
     ethernet or raw ip sockets.  Which is better depends on platform
     and goals.  A _STRONG preference means that Nmap should use the
     preferred method whenever it is possible (obviously it isn't
     always possible -- sending ethernet frames won't work over a PPP
     connection).  This is useful when the other type doesn't work at
     all.  A _WEAK preference means that Nmap may use the other type
     where it is substantially more efficient to do so. For example,
     Nmap will still do an ARP ping scan of a local network even when
     the pref is SEND_IP_WEAK */
  int sendpref;
  bool packetTrace() { return (debugging >= 3)? true : pTrace;  }
  bool versionTrace() { return packetTrace()? true : vTrace;  }
#ifndef NOLUA
  bool scriptTrace() { return packetTrace()? true : scripttrace; }
#endif
  // Note that packetTrace may turn on at high debug levels even if
  // setPacketTrace(false) has been called
  void setPacketTrace(bool pt) { pTrace = pt;  }
  void setVersionTrace(bool vt) { vTrace = vt;  }
  bool openOnly() { return open_only; }
  void setOpenOnly(bool oo) { open_only = oo; }
  int verbose;
  /* The requested minimum packet sending rate, or 0.0 if unset. */
  float min_packet_send_rate;
  int randomize_hosts;
  int spoofsource; /* -S used */
  int fastscan;
  char device[64];
  int interactivemode;
  int ping_group_sz;
  int generate_random_ips; /* -iR option */
  FingerPrintDB *reference_FPs; /* Used in the new OS scan system. */
  u16 magic_port;
  unsigned short magic_port_set; /* Was this set by user? */

  /* Scan timing/politeness issues */
  int timing_level; // 0-5, corresponding to Paranoid, Sneaky, Polite, Normal, Aggressive, Insane
  int max_parallelism; // 0 means it has not been set
  int min_parallelism; // 0 means it has not been set
  double topportlevel; // -1 means it has not been set

  /* The maximum number of OS detection (gen2) tries we will make
     without any matches before giving up on a host.  We may well give
     up after fewer tries anyway, particularly if the target isn't
     ideal for unknown fingerprint submissions */
  int maxOSTries() { return max_os_tries; }
  void setMaxOSTries(int mot);

  /* These functions retrieve and set the Round Trip Time timeouts, in
   milliseconds.  The set versions do extra processing to insure sane
   values and to adjust each other to insure consistance (e.g. that
   max is always at least as high as min) */
  int maxRttTimeout() { return max_rtt_timeout; }
  int minRttTimeout() { return min_rtt_timeout; }
  int initialRttTimeout() { return initial_rtt_timeout; }
  void setMaxRttTimeout(int rtt);
  void setMinRttTimeout(int rtt);
  void setInitialRttTimeout(int rtt);
  void setMaxRetransmissions(int max_retransmit);
  int getMaxRetransmissions() { return max_retransmissions; }

  /* Similar functions for Host group size */
  int minHostGroupSz() { return min_host_group_sz; }
  int maxHostGroupSz() { return max_host_group_sz; }
  void setMinHostGroupSz(unsigned int sz);
  void setMaxHostGroupSz(unsigned int sz);
  unsigned int maxTCPScanDelay() { return max_tcp_scan_delay; }
  unsigned int maxUDPScanDelay() { return max_udp_scan_delay; }
  void setMaxTCPScanDelay(unsigned int delayMS) { max_tcp_scan_delay = delayMS; }
  void setMaxUDPScanDelay(unsigned int delayMS) { max_udp_scan_delay = delayMS; }

  /* Sets the Name of the XML stylesheet to be printed in XML output.
     If this is never called, a default stylesheet distributed with
     Nmap is used.  If you call it with NULL as the xslname, no
     stylesheet line is printed. */
  void setXSLStyleSheet(const char *xslname);
  /* Returns the full path or URL that should be printed in the XML
     output xml-stylesheet element.  Returns NULL if the whole element
     should be skipped */
  char *XSLStyleSheet() { return xsl_stylesheet; }

  /* Sets the spoofed MAC address */
  void setSpoofMACAddress(u8 *mac_data);
  /* Gets the spoofed MAC address, but returns NULL if it hasn't been set */
  const u8 *spoofMACAddress() { return spoof_mac_set? spoof_mac : NULL; }

  int max_ips_to_scan; // Used for Random input (-iR) to specify how 
                       // many IPs to try before stopping. 0 means unlimited.
  int extra_payload_length; /* These two are for --data-length op */
  char *extra_payload;
  unsigned long host_timeout;
  /* Delay between probes, in milliseconds */
  unsigned int scan_delay;
  bool open_only;

  int scanflags; /* if not -1, this value should dictate the TCP flags
                for the core portscaning routine (eg to change a
                FIN scan into a PSH scan.  Sort of a hack, but can
                be very useful sometimes. */

  int defeat_rst_ratelimit; /* Solaris 9 rate-limits RSTs so scanning is very
            slow against it. If we don't distinguish between closed and filtered ports,
            we can get the list of open ports very fast */

  struct in_addr resume_ip; /* The last IP in the log file if user 
                         requested --restore .  Otherwise 
                         restore_ip.s_addr == 0.  Also 
                         target_struct_get will eventually set it 
                         to 0. */

  // Version Detection Options
  int override_excludeports;
  int version_intensity;

  struct in_addr decoys[MAX_DECOYS];
  int osscan_limit; /* Skip OS Scan if no open or no closed TCP ports */
  int osscan_guess;   /* Be more aggressive in guessing OS type */
  int numdecoys;
  int decoyturn;
  int osscan;
  int servicescan;
  int pingtype;
  int listscan;
  int pingscan;
  int allowall;
  int fragscan; /* 0 or MTU (without IPv4 header size) */
  int ackscan;
  int bouncescan;
  int connectscan;
  int finscan;
  int idlescan;
  int ipprotscan;
  int maimonscan;
  int nullscan;
  int rpcscan;
  int synscan;
  int udpscan;
  int windowscan;
  int xmasscan;
  int noresolve;
  int append_output; /* Append to any output files rather than overwrite */
  FILE *logfd[LOG_NUM_FILES];
  FILE *nmap_stdout; /* Nmap standard output */
  int ttl; // Time to live
  int badsum;
  char *datadir;
  /* A map from abstract data file names like "nmap-services" and "nmap-os-db"
     to paths which have been requested by the user. nmap_fetchfile will return
     the file names defined in this map instead of searching for a matching
     file. */
  std::map<std::string, std::string> requested_data_files;
  /* A map from data file names to the paths at which they were actually found.
     Only files that were actually read should be in this map. */
  std::map<std::string, std::string> loaded_data_files;
  bool mass_dns;
  int resolve_all;
  char *dns_servers;
  bool log_errors;
  bool traceroute;
  bool reason;

#ifndef NOLUA
  int script;
  char *scriptargs;
  int scriptversion;
  int scripttrace;
  int scriptupdatedb;
  void chooseScripts(char* argument);
  std::vector<std::string> chosenScripts;
#endif

  /* ip options used in build_*_raw() */
  u8 *ipoptions;
  int ipoptionslen;
  int ipopt_firsthop;   // offset in ipoptions where is first hop for source/strict routing
  int ipopt_lasthop;    // offset in ipoptions where is space for targets ip for source/strict routing

  // Statistics Options set in nmap.cc
  int numhosts_scanned;
  int numhosts_up;
  int numhosts_scanning;
  stype current_scantype;
  bool noninteractive;

  bool release_memory;  /* suggest to release memory before quitting. used to find memory leaks. */
 private:
  int max_os_tries;
  int max_rtt_timeout;
  int min_rtt_timeout;
  int initial_rtt_timeout;
  int max_retransmissions;
  unsigned int max_tcp_scan_delay;
  unsigned int max_udp_scan_delay;
  unsigned int min_host_group_sz;
  unsigned int max_host_group_sz;
  void Initialize();
  int addressfamily; /*  Address family:  AF_INET or AF_INET6 */  
  struct sockaddr_storage sourcesock;
  size_t sourcesocklen;
  struct timeval start_time;
  bool pTrace; // Whether packet tracing has been enabled
  bool vTrace; // Whether version tracing has been enabled
  char *xsl_stylesheet;
  u8 spoof_mac[6];
  bool spoof_mac_set;
};
  

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