PBNJ is a network tool that can be used to give an overview of a machine or multiple machines.
PBNJ is different from other tools because it is based on using a scan from nmap parsed to amap. PBNJ project parses the data from a scan and inputs it into a CSV format file for each ip address scanned.
However, pbnj is able to handle additional scans and parse the data while only looking for changes.
For example, if a machine was updated with a newer version of OpenSSH than was running when the first scan was performed, the CSV file would contain the difference of the scan.
What's New in This Release:
· converted text files files from unix to dos format
· added backwards compatibility for --scan
· update man pages to reflect removal of --scan
· fixed ip parsing bug for certain ip's
· removed -s ( default is to scan all ip's )
· fixed help and manpages to reflect changes
· -p doesn't require arguments. Therefore, to perform
· ping scan use the following: scanpbnj -p 192.168.1.1/24
· fixed bug when inserting a service with an unknown name.
· added more tests
· small Makefile.PL change of manpages