On 9/5/19 6:41 PM, Earl Ramirez wrote:
>>> You can find the packages at
>> Looks like it scans everything on 192.168.x.x., 172.16.x.x,
>> 172.26.x.x and so on.
Yes, it scan all networks in RFC 1918
Two Ethernet cards. One for my Lan and one external (Internet
facing). Both are run through iptables. Two bridges: one for
my qemu-kvm virtual machines to talk to the Internet and such
and one for Open VPN to interface my VMs with the VPN port.
>> This is useful, but misses a lot of mistakes and takes forever.
Can you give a few examples, I have been using this for years and
haven't seen any 'mistakes' I primarily used it when I am at a customer
and there is zero documentation. I also use bettercap.
> And how many hours later, it is still going. That
> pretty much means it is useless unless you want to
> let it run over the weekend. Rats!!!!
I haven't experience this delays neither, did you use any options or
just run netdiscover?
> Sure we don't have a fing out there?
My Google Fu did point me to any source code, if you know of any let us
> I suppose when I have time, I really need to fire up
> AutoScan on Fedora 23 and watch what it is doing on
> Any way to get AutoScan to work on Fedora 30?
If it was on Fedora 23, I don't see why it will be a problem to have it
available on Fedora 30.
Autoscan died between FC24 to FC29, but it is alive with with FC30.
YIPPEE!!! I have also noticed that since I downloaded a fresh
copy that some feature are added, but the revision did not change. Or
perhaps these features would not show for some other reason.
Netdiscover is to without its uses. It just takes FOREVER.
Netdiscover is running inquires/probes against IP addresses.
I am not sure what Autoscan is doing, but it is not probing
all RFC 1918 IP address, which is probably why it did in 5
minutes what it took Netdiscover over five hours to do
on my little network.
And something else Autoscan does that Netdiscover does not, if
I fire up another VM, Autoscan catches it just at about the time
the VM finishes booting. This without running a new scan.
And as far as Netdiscover goes, I see it as yet another
tool in my toolbox. I have learned not to trust these
things to one tool.
And, I typically start out with arpscan, especially since
Windows has one too.
Oh and ESET AntiVirus on Windows 10 got pissed at both
of them. Chuckle. But does not complain about arpscan.
Fing has a nice package on iPad, too bad it does to
run under Linux too.
Thank you for all the help and tips!