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/***************************************************************************
 * NcrackOps.h -- The NcrackOps class contains global options, mostly      *
 * based on user-provided command-line settings.                           *
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#ifndef NCRACK_OPS_H
#define NCRACK_OPS_H 1

#include "ncrack.h"
#include "output.h"
#include <map>
using namespace std;

/* Each service has an associated saved_info struct that holds everything
 * needed to continue the session.
 */
struct saved_info {
  uint32_t user_index;
  uint32_t pass_index;
  vector <loginpair> credentials_found;
};

class NcrackOps {
  public:
    NcrackOps();
    ~NcrackOps();

    void setaf(int af) { addressfamily = af; }
    int af() { return addressfamily; }

    /* The time this obj. was instantiated */
    const struct timeval *getStartTime() { return &start_time; }

    /* Number of milliseconds since getStartTime().  The current time is an
     * optional argument to avoid an extra gettimeofday() call. */
    long long TimeSinceStartMS(struct timeval *now=NULL); 
    
    /* The requested auto stats printing interval, or 0.0 if unset. */
    float stats_interval; 
    bool log_errors;      /* write errors to log files */
    bool append_output;   /* append output to log files */

    int userlist_src;/* 0 -> unassigned (default),
                        1 -> username list from command line (--user option)
                        2 -> username list from file (-U option)
                      */
    int passlist_src;/* 0 -> unassigned (default),
                        1 -> password list from command line (--pass option)
                        2 -> username list from file (-P option)
                      */
    bool nmap_input_normal; /* true if host input from Nmap's -oN output */
    bool nmap_input_xml;    /* true if host input from Nmap's -oX output */
    /* iterate password list for each username instead of opposite */
    bool passwords_first; 
    bool global_options;  /* true if -g has been specified */
    bool list_only;       /* only list hosts and exit */
    int nsock_trace;      /* nsock debugging level (range is 0-10) */
    int timing_level;     /* timing template number: T(0-5) */
    int debugging;        /* valid for range 0-10 */
    int finish;           /* 0 -> disabled
                           * 1 -> quit each service after one credential is found
                           * 2 -> quit after any credential is found on any
                           * service
                           */
    int verbose;
    int numhosts_scanned;
    long connection_limit;/* global maximum total connections */
    unsigned long host_timeout;
    FILE *logfd[LOG_NUM_FILES];
    FILE *ncrack_stdout; /* Ncrack standard output */
    char *datadir;

    int saved_signal;    /* save caught signal here, -1 for no signal */
    char **saved_argv;    /* pointer to current argv array */
    int saved_argc;      /* saved argument count */
    /* This associative container holds the unique id of each service and the
     * corresponding saved_info struct which holds all the necessary
     * data to continue the session from where it had been previously stopped.
     */
    bool resume;
    map<uint32_t, struct saved_info> resume_map;

  private:
    struct timeval start_time;
    int addressfamily; /* Address family:  AF_INET or AF_INET6 */  
};

#endif