Masscan for faster 10 million packets per sec network scanner tools install Linux machine

Masscan for faster 10 million packets per sec network scanner tools install Linux machine

Let’s use masscan in kali linux this is the faster Internet port scanner. IT can scan the entire internet in under 6 minutes, transmitting 10 million packets per second.

It produces results similar to namap, the most famous port scanner, internally, it operates more like scanned, unicorns can, and ZMap, using asynchronous transmission. Then major difference is address ranges and port ranges.

I’m tell you namap network tools its every slow for scanner, all network but million time faster than scanner masscan try to the linux machine and different type of port’s have the options for this tools. The file release Github official website the like click here Masscan Github.

scanning fast
finding web ports on a network
excluding hosts
finding all ports on network
single-port scans
saving your configuration
finding the top 10 ports on a network
multi-port scans
scan the whole internet for a port
scan top ports
nmap functionality
scan the whole internet for a all ports

NOTE: masscan uses a custom TCP/IP stack. Anything other than simple port scans will cause conflict with the local TCP/IP stack. This means you need to either use the -S option to use a separate IP address, or configure your operating system to firewall the ports that masscan uses.

Let’s how to install kali linux machine the command use down below open terminal first and type copy path  cp masscan /usr/local/bin

$ sudo apt-get install git gcc make libpcap-dev
$ git clone
$ cd masscan
$ make
$ ls
Bin debian LICENSE tmp
Data doc Makefile Src        vs10 xcode4
$ cd bin
$ cp masscan /usr/local/bin
$ cd ~
$ rm –fr masscan
$ msscan
masscan -p80,8000-8100 --rate=10000
 scan some web ports on 10.x.x.x at 10kpps
masscan --nmap
 list those options that are compatible with nmap
masscan -p80 --banners -oB 
 save results of scan in binary format to 
masscan --open --banners --readscan  -oX 
 read binary scan results in  and save them as xml in 
Its options for masscan help a different type command show down below:
masscan --help
MASSCAN is a fast port scanner. The primary input parameters are the
IP addresses/ranges you want to scan, and the port numbers. An example
is the following, which scans the 10.x.x.x network for web servers:
 masscan -p80
The program auto-detects network interface/adapter settings. If this
fails, you'll have to set these manually. The following is an
example of all the parameters that are needed:
 --adapter-mac 00-11-22-33-44-55
 --router-mac 66-55-44-33-22-11
Parameters can be set either via the command-line or config-file. The
names are the same for both. Thus, the above adapter settings would
appear as follows in a configuration file:
 adapter-ip =
 adapter-mac = 00-11-22-33-44-55
 router-mac = 66-55-44-33-22-11
All single-dash parameters have a spelled out double-dash equivalent,
so '-p80' is the same as '--ports 80' (or 'ports = 80' in config file).
To use the config file, type:
 masscan -c 
To generate a config-file from the current settings, use the --echo
option. This stops the program from actually running, and just echoes
the current configuration instead. This is a useful way to generate
your first config file, or see a list of parameters you didn't know
about. I suggest you try it now:
 masscan -p1234 --echo

The masscan as having the following settings permanently enabled
1 -sS: this does SYN scan only (currently, will change in the future)
2 -Pn: doesn't ping hosts first, which is fundamental to the async operation
3 -n: no DNS resolution happens
4 --randomize-hosts: scan completely randomized
5 --send-eth: sends using raw libpcap

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