Passer can work off a live packet capture or from a pcap file (command line parameter, see examples below). It reports live services and clients, ethernet cards on the lan, dns entries, operating systems, and routers - all passively! If you're using windows or your paths to the support files don't match mine for some other reason, let me know where they are and I'll be glad to update the script. Quick notes for getting going with passer, the passive service sniffer. You're responsible for getting permission to sniff. Installation Requirements Python >=2.4 and <3.0 Python libraries (see requirements.txt) ipaddress pytz scapy>=2.4.0 Optional (but recommended) nmap for Ethernet manufacturers and service strings ettercap, wireshark, and/or arp-scan for more Ethernet manufacturers p0f version 2 for the OS fingerprint file Ubuntu/Debian and deb-based distros # Install system dependencies sudo apt-get install arp-scan ettercap-text-only nmap wireshark # Install python dependencies sudo pip install....
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