Thursday, April 18, 2024

Pwndora – Mass IPv4 Scanner

Pwndora is a mass and fast IPv4 address range scanner, integrated with multi-threading.

Using sockets, it analyzes which ports are open, and collects more information about targets, each result is stored in Elasticsearch. You can integrate with Kibana to be able to visualize and manipulate data, essentially, it’s like having your own IoT search engine at home.

Pwndora terminal
Pwndora terminal

What is Pwndora?

Pwndora is a mass and fast IPv4 address range scanner, integrated with multi-threading.

Pwndora Features

  • Port scanning with different options and retrieve software banner information.
  • Detect some web technologies running on servers, using Webtech integration.
  • Retrieves IP geolocation from Maxmind free database, updated periodically.
  • Possibility to take screenshots from hosts with HTTP using Rendertron.
  • Anonymous login detection on FTP servers

Pwndora Usage

usage: [-h] [-s START] [-e END] [-t THREADS] [--massive FILE] [--timeout TIMEOUT]
[--screenshot] [--top-ports] [--all-ports] [--update]
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-s START Start IPv4 address
-e END End IPv4 address
-t THREADS Number of threads [Default: 50]
--massive FILE File path with IPv4 ranges
--timeout TIMEOUT Socket timeout [Default: 0.5]
--screenshot Take screenshots from hosts with HTTP
--top-ports Scan only 20 most used ports [Default]
--all-ports Scan 1000 most used ports
--update Update database from Wappalyzer

Pwndora Examples

If this is your first time running, you should use the –update argument.

Scan only a single IPv4 address range:

python3 -s -e -t 150 --top-ports

Scan from a text file with multiple IPv4 address ranges:

python3 --massive-scan Argentina.csv -t 200 --all-ports --screenshot 

If you use an excessive amount of threads, some ISPs may detect suspicious traffic and disconnect you from the network.

Pwndora To-do list

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