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NAME

       scapy - Interactive packet manipulation tool

SYNOPSIS

       scapy [options]

DESCRIPTION

       This manual page documents briefly the scapy tool.

       scapy  is  a  powerful  interactive  packet  manipulation  tool, packet generator, network
       scanner, network discovery, packet sniffer, etc. It can  for  the  moment  replace  hping,
       parts of nmap, arpspoof, arp-sk, arping, tcpdump, tshark, p0f, ...

       scapy uses the python interpreter as a command board. That means that you can use directly
       python language (assign variables, use loops, define functions, etc.) If you give  a  file
       as  parameter  when you run scapy, your session (variables, functions, intances, ...) will
       be saved when you leave the interpretor, and restored the next time you launch scapy.

       The idea is simple. Those kind of tools do two things  :  sending  packets  and  receiving
       answers.  That's  what  scapy  does : you define a set of packets, it sends them, receives
       answers, matches requests with answers and returns a  list  of  packet  couples  (request,
       answer)  and  a list of unmatched packets. This has the big advantage over tools like nmap
       or hping that an answer is not reduced to (open/closed/filtered), but is the whole packet.

       On top of this can be  build  more  high  level  functions,  for  example  one  that  does
       traceroutes  and  give  as a result only the start TTL of the request and the source IP of
       the answer. One that pings a whole network and gives the list of machines  answering.  One
       that does a portscan and returns a LaTeX report.

OPTIONS

       Options for scapy are:

       -h     display usage

       -d     increase log verbosity. Can be used many times.

       -s FILE
              use FILE to save/load session values (variables, functions, intances, ...)

       -p PRESTART_FILE
              use PRESTART_FILE instead of $HOME/.scapy_prestart.py as pre-startup file

       -P     do not run prestart file

       -c STARTUP_FILE
              use STARTUP_FILE instead of $HOME/.scapy_startup.py as startup file

       -C     do not run startup file

COMMANDS

       Only the vital commands to begin are listed here for the moment.

       ls()   lists  supported  protocol layers. If a protocol layer is given as parameter, lists
              its fields and types of fields.

       lsc()  lists some user commands. If a command is given as parameter, its documentation  is
              displayed.

       conf   this object contains the configuration.

FILES

       $HOME/.scapy_prestart.py  This  file  is  run  before  scapy  core  is loaded. Only the is
       available. This file can be used to  manipulate  conf.load_layers  list  to  choose  which
       layers will be loaded:

       conf.load_layers.remove("bluetooth")
       conf.load_layers.append("new_layer")

       $HOME/.scapy_startup.py  This  file  is  run  after  scapy  is  loaded.  It can be used to
       configure some of the scapy behaviors:

       conf.prog.pdfreader="xpdf"
       split_layers(UDP,DNS)

EXAMPLES

       More verbose examples are available at http://www.secdev.org/projects/scapy/demo.html Just
       run scapy and try the following commands in the interpreter.

       Test the robustness of a network stack with invalid packets:
       sr(IP(dst="172.16.1.1", ihl=2, options="b$2$", version=3)/ICMP())

       Packet sniffing and dissection (with a bpf filter or thetereal-like output):
       a=sniff(filter="tcp port 110")
       a=sniff(prn = lambda x: x.display)

       Sniffed packet reemission:
       a=sniff(filter="tcp port 110")
       sendp(a)

       Pcap file packet reemission:
       sendp(rdpcap("file.cap"))

       Manual TCP traceroute:
       sr(IP(dst="www.google.com", ttl=(1,30))/TCP(seq=RandInt(), sport=RandShort(), dport=dport)

       Protocol scan:
       sr(IP(dst="172.16.1.28", proto=(1,254)))

       ARP ping:
       srp(Ether(dst="ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff")/ARP(pdst="172.16.1.1/24"))

       ACK scan:
       sr(IP(dst="172.16.1.28")/TCP(dport=(1,1024), flags="A"))

       Passive OS fingerprinting:
       sniff(prn=prnp0f)

       Active OS fingerprinting:
       nmap_fp("172.16.1.232")

       ARP cache poisonning:
       sendp(Ether(dst=tmac)/ARP(op="who-has", psrc=victim, pdst=target))

       Reporting:
       report_ports("192.168.2.34", (20,30))

SEE ALSO

       https://github.com/secdev/scapy
       https://scapy.readthedocs.io/en/latest/

BUGS

       Does not give the right source IP for routes that use interface aliases.

       May miss packets under heavy load.

       Session  saving  is limited by Python ability to marshal objects. As a consequence, lambda
       functions and generators can't  be  saved,  which  seriously  reduce  usefulness  of  this
       feature.

       BPF filters don't work on Point-to-point interfaces.

AUTHOR

       Philippe Biondi <phil@secdev.org>

       This manual page was written by Alberto Gonzalez Iniesta <agi@agi.as> and Philippe Biondi.

                                           May 12, 2003                                  SCAPY(1)