Nray is a free, platform and architecture independent port and application layer scanner. Apart from regular targets (list of hosts/networks), it supports dynamic target selection, based on source like transparency logs" href="https://www.kitploit.com/search/label/Certificate%20transparency%20logs">certificate transparency logs or LDAP. Furthermore, nray allow to run in a distributed manner to speed up scans and to perform scans from different vantage points. Event-based results allow to further process information during the scan, e.g. using tools like jq or full-blown data analysis platforms like elasticsearch or Splunk. This is the main repository where nray is developed. Downloads are here . If you are looking for user documentation, have a look at the project homepage . For information related to developing and contributing to nray, continue reading. Nray is written in pure Go and its versioning follows the semantic versioning model. The development follows Vincent Driessen's "A successful git branching" model , therefore we try to keep the master branch stable and in line with releases whereas development happens on the development branch as well as branches derived from there. Building Care was taken to mostly stay in line with Go's build system, meaning that the project can be built with a plain go build . Nray is written in pure Go and care was taken to select only dependencies that also fulfill this requirement, therefore a standard Go…
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