Network Scanner v1.0

Network Scanner is free open-source tool that can be use to scan the whole Internal Network.

The Source code is written in Python and can be further use. This tool is licensed under GNU, General Public License v3.0. Make sure you read the license before using its source code.

Network Scanner supports Linux/Debian Platform only.

How to use:

  • Convert the into the executable.
    • chmod 755
  • Run
    • ./
  • Run the python script with root privileges.
    • sudo python3

Available Arguments:

  • -h or --help: Displays all the available options.
  • -i or --interface: This option needs to be used to define for which interface you want to scan the network. Example: sudo python3 -i <interface_name>
  • -r or --range: This option needs to be used to define the network IP and the subnet mask. Example: or or Command: sudo python3 -i <interface_name> -r <range/mask>.

**NOTE -
  • You need to be connected to the network for scanning, as the program is based on ARP Request Protocol.
  • Check the video at the bottom, for a full tutorial on How to Use.

Color Significance:

  • Green: Successful.
  • Yellow: In process.
  • System Color: Result.
  • Red: Unsuccessful or Errors.

To download the tool:

  • In terminal type, git clone, or click here
We hope this helps. If any suggestions or doubts you can add a comment and we will reply as soon as possible.

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