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See the GNU * # * General Public License v2.0 for more details at * # * http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html , or in the COPYING file * # * included with Nmap. * # * * # ***************************************************************************/ import gtk import gobject import re import sys import os.path from zenmapCore.Paths import Path from zenmapCore.UmitConf import is_maemo from zenmapCore.UmitLogging import log icon_names = ( # Operating Systems 'default', 'freebsd', 'irix', 'linux', 'macosx', 'openbsd', 'redhat', 'solaris', 'ubuntu', 'unknown', 'win', # Vulnerability Levels 'vl_1', 'vl_2', 'vl_3', 'vl_4', 'vl_5') pixmap_path = Path.pixmaps_dir if pixmap_path: # This is a generator that returns file names for pixmaps in the order they # should be tried. def get_pixmap_file_names(icon_name, size): yield '%s_%s.png' % (icon_name, size) iconfactory = gtk.IconFactory() for icon_name in icon_names: for type, size in (('icon', '32'), ('logo', '75')): key = '%s_%s' % (icon_name, type) # Look for a usable image file. for file_name in get_pixmap_file_names(icon_name, size): file_path = os.path.join(pixmap_path, file_name) try: pixbuf = gtk.gdk.pixbuf_new_from_file(file_path) break except gobject.GError: # Try again. pass else: log.warn('Could not find the icon for %s at any of (%s) in %s' % (icon_name, ', '.join(get_pixmap_file_names(icon_name, size)), pixmap_path)) continue iconset = gtk.IconSet(pixbuf) iconfactory.add(key, iconset) log.debug('Register %s icon name for file %s' % (key, file_path)) iconfactory.add_default() def get_os_icon(host): osclass = host.get_best_osclass() osmatch = host.get_best_osmatch() if osclass and osmatch: return get_os(osclass['osfamily'], osmatch['name'], 'icon') else: return get_os(None, None, 'icon') def get_os_logo(host): osclass = host.get_best_osclass() osmatch = host.get_best_osmatch() if osclass and osmatch: return get_os(osclass['osfamily'], osmatch['name'], 'logo') else: return get_os(None, None, 'logo') def get_os(osfamily, osmatch, type): if osfamily: if osfamily == 'Linux': if re.findall("ubuntu", osmatch.lower()): # Ubuntu icon return 'ubuntu_%s'%type elif re.findall("red hat", osmatch.lower()): # RedHat icon return 'redhat_%s'%type else: # Generic Linux icon return 'linux_%s'%type elif osfamily == 'Windows': # Windows icon return 'win_%s'%type elif osfamily == 'OpenBSD': # OpenBSD icon return 'openbsd_%s'%type elif osfamily == 'FreeBSD': # FreeBSD icon return 'freebsd_%s'%type elif osfamily == 'NetBSD': # NetBSD icon return 'default_%s'%type elif osfamily == 'Solaris': # Solaris icon return 'solaris_%s'%type elif osfamily == 'OpenSolaris': # OpenSolaris icon return 'solaris_%s'%type elif osfamily == 'IRIX': # Irix icon return 'irix_%s'%type elif osfamily == 'Mac OS X': # Mac OS X icon return 'macosx_%s'%type elif osfamily == 'Mac OS': # Mac OS icon return 'macosx_%s'%type else: # Default OS icon return 'default_%s'%type else: # Unknown OS icon return 'unknown_%s'%type def get_vulnerability_logo(open_ports): open_ports = int(open_ports) if open_ports < 3: return 'vl_1_logo' elif open_ports < 5: return 'vl_2_logo' elif open_ports < 7: return 'vl_3_logo' elif open_ports < 9: return 'vl_4_logo' else: return 'vl_5_logo'