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I'm grepping for anything that contains ssl-cert, this is so I can get the IP and ports for any certificates in use. Also I'm grepping 11 lines above the "ssl-cert" which gives me this output( the command used - grep -B 11 ssl-cert filename ):

 Nmap scan report for myip26.add-192-168-100.com (192.168.100.26)
  Host is up (0.030s latency).

  PORT     STATE  SERVICE
  443/tcp  open   https
  |_http-favicon: Unknown favicon MD5: 403C0A0F5AA689D51D9ED13FE852A171
  | http-methods:
  |_  Supported Methods: GET HEAD POST OPTIONS
  | http-robots.txt: 1 disallowed entry
  |_/
  |_http-title: Site doesn't have a title (text/html).

  | ssl-cert: Subject: commonName=*.mywebsite.com
   --
  | Public Key type: rsa
  | Public Key bits: 2048
  | Signature Algorithm: sha256WithRSAEncryption
  | Not valid before: 2018-11-23T08:54:04
  | Not valid after:  2019-02-21T08:54:04
  | MD5:   da8d db5d c15b 9512 2c3d a3ff 0d45 1b3b
  |_SHA-1: e2e2 bee4 181c c60e cf19 63db 53c4 5323 d99f 04ae
  |_ssl-date: 2019-02-19T13:42:07+00:00; 0s from scanner time.
  |_sstp-discover: SSTP is supported.
  465/tcp  open   smtps
  |_smtp-commands: Hello,
  | ssl-cert: Subject: commonName=*mywebsite.com
  --
  |_ssl-date: 2019-02-19T13:42:06+00:00; 0s from scanner time.
  8443/tcp closed https-alt

  Nmap scan report for myip23.add-192-16-101.com (192.16.101.23)
  Host is up (0.023s latency).

  PORT     STATE  SERVICE
  443/tcp  closed https
  465/tcp  closed smtps
  8443/tcp open   https-alt
  |_http-title: 400 No required SSL certificate was sent
  | ssl-cert: Subject: commonName=*.mywebsite.com"

The desired output would be to return the IP and port of any services that use a SSL cert in this format:

 192.16.101.26:443
 192.16.101.26:465
 192.16.101.23:8443

I've tried using grep, awk and sed to no avail.

  • In the desired output, shouldn't the first IP be 192.168.100.26? – Jeff Schaller Mar 5 at 12:51

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