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Net::SinFP::Result(3) User Contributed Perl Documentation Net::SinFP::Result(3)
 

Net::SinFP::Result - contains all information about matched fingerprint

   # A SinFP object has previously been created,
   # used, and some matches have been found
   for my $r ($sinfp->resultList) {
      print 'idSignature:     '.$r->idSignature    ."\n";
      print 'ipVersion:       '.$r->ipVersion      ."\n";
      print 'systemClass:     '.$r->systemClass    ."\n";
      print 'vendor:          '.$r->vendor         ."\n";
      print 'os:              '.$r->os             ."\n";
      print 'osVersion:       '.$r->osVersion      ."\n";
      print 'osVersionFamily: '.$r->osVersionFamily."\n";
      print 'matchType:       '.$r->matchType      ."\n";
      print 'matchMask:       '.$r->matchMask      ."\n";
      for ($r->osVersionChildrenList) {
         print "osVersionChildren: $_\n";
      }
      print "\n";
   }

This module is the "result" object, used to ask SinFP which operating systems have matched by searching from the signature database.

idSignature
ipVersion
systemClass
vendor
os
osVersion
osVersionFamily
matchType
matchMask
Standard attributes, names are self explanatory.
osVersionChildrenList
This one returns an array of OS version children. For example, if a Linux 2.6.x matches, you may have more known versions from this array (2.6.18, ...).

Patrice <GomoR> Auffret

Copyright (c) 2005-2011, Patrice <GomoR> Auffret
You may distribute this module under the terms of the Artistic license. See LICENSE.Artistic file in the source distribution archive.
2011-03-10 perl v5.28.1

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