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FingerPrintResults.h

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 * FingerPrintResults.h -- The FingerPrintResults class the results of OS  *
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/* $Id: FingerPrintResults.h 7640 2008-05-22 20:45:32Z fyodor $ */

#ifndef FINGERPRINTRESULTS_H
#define FINGERPRINTRESULTS_H

class FingerPrintResults;

#include "nmap.h"
#include "global_structures.h"

/* Maximum number of results allowed in one of these things ... */
#define MAX_FP_RESULTS 36

struct OS_Classification_Results {
  struct OS_Classification *OSC[MAX_FP_RESULTS];
  double OSC_Accuracy[MAX_FP_RESULTS];
  int OSC_num_perfect_matches; // Number of perfect matches in OSC[\]
  int OSC_num_matches; // Number of matches total in OSC[] (and, of course, _accuracy[])
  int overall_results; /* OSSCAN_TOOMANYMATCHES, OSSCAN_NOMATCHES, OSSCAN_SUCCESS, etc */
};

class FingerPrintResults {
 public: /* For now ... a lot of the data members should be made private */
  FingerPrintResults();
  ~FingerPrintResults();

  double accuracy[MAX_FP_RESULTS]; /* Percentage of match (1.0 == perfect 
                              match) in same order as pritns[] below */
  FingerPrint *prints[MAX_FP_RESULTS]; /* ptrs to matching references -- 
                                    highest accuracy matches first */
  int num_perfect_matches; /* Number of 1.0 accuracy matches in prints[] */
  int num_matches; /* Total number of matches in prints[] */
  int overall_results; /* OSSCAN_TOOMANYMATCHES, OSSCAN_NOMATCHES, 
                    OSSCAN_SUCCESS, etc */

  /* Ensures that the results are available and then returns them.
   You should only call this AFTER all matching has been completed
   (because results are cached and won't change if new prints[] are
   added.)  All OS Classes in the results will be unique, and if there
   are any perfect (accuracy 1.0) matches, only those will be
   returned */
  const struct OS_Classification_Results *getOSClassification();

  int osscan_opentcpport; /* Open TCP port used for scannig (if one found -- 
                    otherwise -1) */
  int osscan_closedtcpport; /* Closed TCP port used for scannig (if one found -- 
                      otherwise -1) */
  int osscan_closedudpport;  /* Closed UDP port used for scannig (if one found -- 
                      otherwise -1) */
  int distance; /* How "far" is this FP gotten from? */
  int distance_guess; /* How "far" is this FP gotten from? by guessing based on ttl. */

  /* The largest ratio we have seen of time taken vs. target time
     between sending 1st tseq probe and sending first ICMP echo probe.
     Zero means we didn't see any ratios (the tseq probes weren't
     sent), 1 is ideal, and larger values are undesirable from a
     consistancy standpoint. */
  double maxTimingRatio;

  FingerPrint **FPs; /* Fingerprint data obtained from host */
  int numFPs;
  int goodFP;

/* If the fingerprint is of potentially poor quality, we don't want to
   print it and ask the user to submit it.  In that case, the reason
   for skipping the FP is returned as a static string.  If the FP is
   great and should be printed, NULL is returned. */
  const char *OmitSubmissionFP();

 private:
  bool isClassified; // Whether populateClassification() has been called
  /* Goes through fingerprinting results to populate OSR */

  void populateClassification();
  bool classAlreadyExistsInResults(struct OS_Classification *OSC);
  struct OS_Classification_Results OSR;
};

#endif /* FINGERPRINTRESULTS_H */

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