Simple python script which uses pcap, arp-scan, and avahi to:
- Find hosts that are on the LAN passively
- Uses an arp-ping to actively identify hosts
- Scan each host to determine open ports and services
- Store record of hosts in JSON file, html webpage, or prints to screen
Note: Since IP addresses change, the hosts are finger printed via their MAC address.
Fing is a great and fast network scanner, I have
their app on my iPad. However, the
fing commandline tool for
RPi I have noticed errors in the MAC address and therefor don't trust it for this
brew install pcap arp-scan
sudo apt-get install libpcap-dev arp-scan
Download and unzip, then from inside the package:
python setup.py install
If you are working on it:
pip install -e .
netscan ascan pscan gethostname getvendor ipwhois
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2015 Kevin J. Walchko
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