Sambascan2 is a small bash-script, which can scan for SMB-shares in a given Netz. It currently needs nmap, find, smbclient, sed and grep. If you know a less agressive way for scanning on port 139, please tell me, because I thing nmap is not so polite :).
2009-08-15 I'm moving the sambascan2 site to sourceforge. New versions will be placed only there.
2007-12-11 Now you can get a debian version of sambascan2 :-). Get sambascan2 deb.
2007-12-07 Version 0.4.1 released. This version add another paramether to scan hosts in a file. I also added if to autotools, so we should find the right programs in many platforms.
2007-05-17: Version 0.4.0 released. This version adds the ability to scan password protected shares, using known logins and passwords for the host being scanned.
0.3.6: This version has some minor corrections and some nice little features as: search for files in the index, with file size check, a little help display and the possibility to rescan all found shares. Take a try.
0.3.4: This version doesn't
timeout anymore. I also added more control over error
messages. It was tested also under SuSE 7.3 (very very old), so I think it
should work with any Linux distribuition and others Unix Flavors as well.
0.3.2b: with a better output, and
should work with other versions of
sed. Now it works on Debian
Potato, Sarge and Sid.
0.3.0: with a better output routine and doesn't depends on nbtscan anymore. Please try it.
0.2: first public release.
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