Advance Network Ports scanner on Kali Linux - PortSpider


PortSpider is a tool for scanning huge network ranges to find open ports and vulnerable services. This tool is not intended to scan one target, rather a whole IP range. (eg. 192.168.0.0/24) Most of the time companies/organizations have public information about their owned public IP ranges, so portSpider will help you to scan all of their machines at once for vulnerable devices/services.


Modules:

  • http - Scan for open HTTP ports, and get the titles.
  • mysql - Scan for open MySQL servers, and try to log in with the default credentials.
  • mongodb - Scan for open MongoDB instances, and check if they are password protected.
  • ssh - Scan for open SSH ports.
  • printer - Scan for open printer ports and websites.
  • gameserver - Scan for open game server ports.
  • manual - Scan custom ports.

Commands:

  • modules - List all modules.
  • use - Use a module.
  • options - Show a modules options.
  • set - Set an option.
  • run - Run the selected module.
  • back - Go back to menu.
  • exit - Shut down portSpider.


Lets Start with Advance Network Ports scanner

Step 1 :-You need to download PortSpider tool by executing this command in terminal window of kali linux

git clone https://github.com/xdavidhu/portSpider.git

Advance Network Ports scanner on Kali Linux  -  PortSpider


Step 2 :-Firstly,we read the README.md file,to know that how to install the port scanner.

ls

cat README.md

Advance Network Ports scanner on Kali Linux  -  PortSpider


Step 3 :-Now install the all requiremets.

python3 -m pip install -r requirements.txt

Advance Network Ports scanner on Kali Linux  -  PortSpider


Step 4 :-To Start,now run it

./portSpider.py

Advance Network Ports scanner on Kali Linux  -  PortSpider


Step 5 :-To show all modules type :-

modules

Advance Network Ports scanner on Kali Linux  -  PortSpider


Step 6 :-choose for module,here i am selection the http option,you can choose any of them in the list.


Advance Network Ports scanner on Kali Linux  -  PortSpider


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