find open servers on your IPv4 subnet, e.g. SSH.
Platform-independent Python >= 3.6 script that finds SSH servers (or other services with open ports) on an IPv4 subnet, WITHOUT NMAP. Scans entire IPv4 subnet in less than 1 second using 100 threads via Python standard library concurrent.futures.
|author:||Michael Hirsch, Ph.D.|
You can just run findssh.py directly, but to allow use from other programs, you can install by:
pip install findssh
or from this repo:
pip install -e .
It is expected that your default python version is at least 3.5, which was released in 2015.
Takes about 40 seconds to scan an IPv4 subnet.
or from within Python
import findssh findssh.run()
|-s||checks the string from the server to attempt to verify the correct service has been found.|
|-b||baseip (check other subnet besides your own)|
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