Both TCP and UDP protocols have 0 to 65535 ports. These 65535 ports can be divided into the following three ranges:-
- System or reserved ports: from 0 to 1023
- User or registered ports: from 1024 to 49151
- Dynamic or private ports: from 49151 to 65535
DEDMAP tries to scan a target IP or range of IP’s and find services that are running and listening on some ports.
DEDMAP can also scan a range of hosts to find live hosts.
Checkout the Video Walkthrough here –> https://youtu.be/e1V83h4R5sI
- Download the latest release from HERE
- Extract the archive
- Follow the Below steps using termux-install.sh if installing for termux
$ cd DEDMAP $ chmod +x install.sh $ ./install.sh
All the additional requirements will be installed automatically. Just execute the “install.sh” file 😉
The tool can be run without installing as well (./dedmap) but it is recommended to install it. After installing the tool, the color of the DEDMAP banner will change from WHITE to RED.
Update the tool by downloading the latest release and re-installing it again.
- Follow the Below steps using termux-uninstall.sh if uninstalling for termux
$ cd DEDMAP $ chmod +x uninstall.sh $ ./uninstall.sh
- Packed with lots of additional features all in one place.
- Full Support for Android devices (via termux)
- Supports IP-RANGES (22.214.171.124-100)
- Supports Network Scanning (Ping Sweep)
- Has a turbo mode (LAN mode) for network scanning. The turbo mode can be used both in LAN and wan but it is recommended to use only in LAN as it may decrease the accuracy of the scan in a wan network.
- The wan mode can also be used in a LAN network for more accurate results. Lan mode = Performance, Wan mode = Accuracy.
- Is flexible. Multiple scanning options can be combined based on requirements.
- Is clever. Scans only the live targets if a network scan is combined with other scans.
- Supports Verbose mode
- Supports Saving the Output to a file. (The file generated is a dedmap file. Cat/Print it to view it’s contents properly in a shell environment)
- Supports various port specification options
- Is colourful. Provides coloured event-based visual responses.
LEGEND/Color schemes :-
- BLUE –> FOR MARKING THE SUCCESSFUL STARTING AND COMPLETION OF THE PROGRAM
- RED –> FOR MARKING STARTING/ENDING OF AN EVENT OR ERROR
- GREEN –> FOR MARKING A SUCCESSFUL HOST/PORT DISCOVERY AND HELP MENU
- RESET –> FOR RESETTING TO DEFAULT SHELL COLOR
- GRAY –> FOR MARKING AN UNSUCCESSFUL HOST/PORT DISCOVERY IN VERBOSE MODE
- YELLOW –> FOR MARKING DEBUGGING STATEMENTS
$ dedmap [--option(s)] [target(s)]
- By default, a TCP scan will be performed if no options are provided.
- -t option must be exclusively provided if any other option is used like -p or -v or -n.
- By default, the top 100 commonly used ports will be scanned if no ports are specified.
- Long Options (–) have more priority.
- -h, –help show this help message and exit
- -v, –verbose run in verbose mode
- -d, –dns performs a DNS lookup
- -r, –rdns performs a reverse dns lookup
- -p, –port<port(s)> only scan specified port(s)
Ex: -p 21; -p 21,22,23;
-p top10; (scan top 10 commonly used ports)
-p top100; (scan top 100 commonly used ports)
-p top1000; (scan top 1000 commonly used ports)
-p system; (scan system ports from 0 to 1023)
-p user; (scan user ports from 1024 to 49151)
-p private; (scan private ports from 49152 to 65535)
-p all; (scan all ports from 0 to 65535)
- -t, –tcp perform a TCP scan (default scan if NO OPTIONS are specified)
- -u, –udp perform a UDP scan (Doesn’t seems to work as of now using the socket in python)
- -n, –net perform a network scan
- -m, –mode<wan/lan> select the mode for network scan (default = wan)
Select lan mode(turbo mode) for better scanning speeds (upto 10x)
It is recommended to use the turbo mode only on a lan network
as it might result in loss of accuracy in wan networks
Ex: -nm lan; -nm wan;
- -o, –out saves the results in a file
Ex: -o report
Combine the options according to your requirements. Dedmap is flexible and clever enough 🙂
$ dedmap 126.96.36.199 $ dedmap localhost $ dedmap -d google.com yahoo.com facebook.com localhost $ dedmap google.com $ dedmap google.com yahoo.com $ dedmap 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11 $ dedmap 18.104.22.168-100 google.com (Perform a tcp scan on all the hosts without pinging to bypass firewall icmp block) $ dedmap -p 20 22.214.171.124 $ dedmap -p top10 126.96.36.199 $ dedmap -p 20,21,22 188.8.131.52 $ dedmap -nm lan -p 21 192.168.1.1-255 (Perform a tcp port scan in lan mode on all the live hosts) $ dedmap -n 184.108.40.206-255 $ dedmap -nr 220.127.116.11-255 (Perform a reverse dns lookup on all the live targets in the network) $ dedmap -nt 18.104.22.168-255 (To scan only the hosts which are alive in the network) $ dedmap -o report 127.0.0.1
Additional Notice :-
- The output file generated is a dedmap file. Cat/Print it to view it’s contents properly in a shell environment.
- This tool is expected to have lots of bugs as it is in a very early stage.
- This tool has not been tested in Windows yet and will not work most probably. Feel free to experiment.
- This tool is made for educational purpose only. Use it with/on systems or networks you own or have permission from the owner. I shall not be held responsible for whatsoever you do with this tool.
Limitations as of now:-
- IS SLOW AS NO MULTI-THREADING CONCEPTS USED IN THE PROGRAM.
- UDP DOESN’T WORKS PROPERLY AS OF NOW.
- THE USER MUST MAINTAIN A SEQUENCE “dedmap [–option(s)] [target(s)]”
- THE TOOL SUPPORTS IP-RANGE ONLY IN THE LAST OCTET .i.e 1.1.1.(1-200) –> This is also a safety measure to prevent the user from scanning the ENTIRE INTERNET (1-255.1-255.1-255.1-255) and blowing up his/her NIC, RAM, CPU and HARDDISK :p