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Automated LAN scanner based on masscan and nmap

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Gummy

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Automated LAN scanner based on masscan and nmap

Gummy is designed to automate routine tasks when scanning a local network. While :bear: is doing a boring job, you can do some really interesting work. Ultimately, all results are stored in the workspace directory.

Installation


Ideally, you should be able to just type:

pip install gummy

It is assumed that the paths to the programs in the configuration file are specified correctly, and the user is a root. If this is not the case, you need to set the SUID bits:

$ which nmap
/usr/bin/nmap

$ sudo chmod +s /usr/bin/nmap

Using


$ gummy
...

>>> set workspase test
>>> set target 192.168.1.0/24
>>> show config all
>>> run 111_complex_1_2
...
>>> show host
...
>>> show port

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