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I am trying to make a script that will look at an nmap scan output called results then check a list of IPs. After it checks it i want it to remove any IPs that responded as up from the list then delete the results text file so the nmap scan can make a new one. This is the script i have so far any suggestions?

fwautoscan.au3


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#include <IE.au3>

#include <String.au3>

#include <Array.au3>

#Include <File.au3>

$file = FileOpen ("E:documentsfwiplist1.txt",2)

$file1 = FileOpen ("E:documentsresults.txt",0)

$file1 = FileRead ($file1)

$fileread = Fileread ($file)

$x = _FileCountLines ("E:documentsfwiplist1.txt")

; If FileRead ($file) = FileRead ($file1) Then

; MsgBox (0,"","Files are the Same.")

; Else

; MsgBox (0,"","Files are Different.")

; EndIf

$i = 1

$j = 1

Do

$line = FileReadLine($file1, $i)

$line1 = FileReadLine

$result = StringInStr ($file, $line)

if $result > 0 Then

FileWrite($file2, $line & @CRLF)

EndIf

$i = $i + 1

until $i = $x

FileClose($file)

FileClose($file1)

FileDelete ($file1)


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

You're mixing/overlapping some of your variables and variable types.

A lot of people will put a one-letter lower-case prefix at the front of a variable to help keep track of what it contains.

Were you adhering to that rule then you might have the following 2 lines in your script:

$hFile1 = FileOpen ("E:documentsresults.txt",0) ; a file handle returned by FileOpen()
$sFile1 = FileRead ($hFile1) ; a string value returned by FileRead()

You might also find _FileReadToArray() of interest.

Edited by Spiff59

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

i think i got it now. Turns out that nmap will not work with what i am doing so i created a batch that will ping hosts and come back the the IP is either alive or dead. So now i am using this script to edit the results. Any suggestion that may make it better? Also the message boxes will be commented out after it works perfectly, and i see you can put the code into the small boxes....not sure on how to do that if you guys could let me know id be great full. Thanks.

#include <IE.au3>

#include <String.au3>

#include <Array.au3>

#Include <File.au3>

DIM $string

;***************************************************************************************************************

;Opens fwiplist.txt, results.txt and results1.txt, but results1.txt is in overwrite.

$file = FileOpen ("C:fwiplist.txt",0)

$file1 = FileOpen ("C:results.txt",0)

$file2 = FileOpen ("C:results1.txt",2)

$filey = FileRead ($file1)

;***************************************************************************************************************

;MsgBox (0,"line",$filey)

;$filex = Fileread ($file)

;MsgBox (0,"line",$filex)

;***************************************************************************************************************

;counts the number of lines in fwiplist.txt

$x = _FileCountLines ("C:fwiplist.txt")

;***************************************************************************************************************

;MsgBox (0,"line",$x)

;$y = _FileCountLines ("C:Documents and SettingsbreaMy DocumentsFW-Check-Scriptresults.txt")

;MsgBox (0,"line",$y)

;$filey = StringReplace ($filey, "Nmap scan report for ", "")

;$filey = StringReplace ($filey, "Host is up (", "")

;$filey = StringReplace ($filey, "# Nmap 5.51 scan initiated", "")

;$filey = StringReplace ($filey, "# Nmap done at", "")

;$filey = StringReplace ($filey, "IP addresses (", "")

;$filey = StringReplace ($filey, "2012 as: nmap -iL E:documentsfwiplist1.txt -sn -oN E:documentsresults.txt", "")

;$filey = StringReplace ($filey, "hosts up) scanned in", "")

;$filey = StringReplace ($filey, "seconds", "")

;$filey = StringReplace ($filey, "s latency).", "")

$array1 = StringSplit($filey, @CRLF)

$i = 1

$h = 1

;***************************************************************************************************************

; Do loop which will read every line of results.txt and then compare it to the fwiplist.txt, then it will search the array for

;the line it read i.e. 8.8.8.8, if there it will then write it to results1.txt untill the end of results.txt.

;***************************************************************************************************************

Do

MsgBox (0," H equals",$h)

$line1 = FileReadLine($file1, $i)

MsgBox (0,"lineread",$line)

$a = 1

$line = FileReadLine($file, $h)

MsgBox (0,"line",$line1)

$res = StringCompare ($line, $line1)

MsgBox (0,"line1",$line1)

MsgBox (0,"line",$line)

Msgbox(0, "Compare", $res)

$search = _ArraySearch ($array1, $line)

Msgbox(0, "array search result", $search)

If $search > 0 Then

$a = 2

EndIf

Msgbox(0, "A", $a)

If $a = 1 Then

$string = $string & $line & @CRLF

EndIf

$h = $h + 1

MsgBox (0," I equals",$i)

$i = $i + 1

until $i = $x+1

Msgbox(0 , "Results", $string)

;***************************************************************************************************************

FileWrite($file2, $string)

;***************************************************************************************************************

;Closes all files that it opened.

FileClose($file)

FileClose($file1)

FileClose($file2)

;***************************************************************************************************************

;copies results.txt to fwiplist.txt.

FileCopy("C:results.txt", "C:fwiplist.txt", 1)

;***************************************************************************************************************

; Only include this line once you know it gives you the results you want as it will copy results1.txt over your existing fwiplist1.txt

; I tested it using other filenames with just a few IP's in the filenames and it resulted in a results1.txt file without the IP's listed

; in results.txt

;

;FileCopy("E:documentsresults1.txt", "E:documentsfwiplist1.txt", 1)

;***************************************************************************************************************

Edited by juicyjon

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