Sambascan2 allows you to search an entire network or a number of hosts for SMB shares. It will also list the contents of all public shares that it finds. The difference between sambascan2 and other SMB viewers and scanners is that it will scan everything using TCP/IP, and it will not send a lot of broadcast messages, so it can be used over LAN boundaries. It only uses Samba to scan the shares and their contents. It can also scan known hosts and search indexed files.
|Tags||Home Automation Internet Security Utilities|
Release Notes: This release cleans up the code, removing old debug style. Many changes in the output and cleanup of errors, and the behavior can be controlled with -V. Another option to skip scanning hidden shares like C$ and D$. Options parsing is now done with getopt. Updated parsing of -a, -d and -g for working with getopts. Scans also on post 445. Generic auth support (using the same login and password for all hosts and shares, if no specific password is suplied). Some bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Scanning shares with spaces now works.
Release Notes: A new option to scan the hosts listed in a file was added. The default sambascan directory was changed to be invisible. The utility should now be more portable, as it uses the auto-tools to find the right helper commands.
Release Notes: This version adds the ability to scan password protected shares, using known logins and passwords for the host being scanned.
Release Notes: Some minor output cleanup. Added features: scanning of known hosts (already found hosts), help, searching for filenames, and searching for files with minimum and/or maximum file sizes.