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Code Port Scanner In Python3

Hey guy's we are come back with another excited tutorial in which we learn how to code a port scanner in python. So excited let's get started.

What is Port Scanner

Port scanner is a tool which is used to scan ports of server or host and find out which ports are open or close. This is basically used for information gathering by pen-testers or ethical hackers. So let's code your first port scanner.

print("{0:-^33}".format("kinghacker0"))

import socket

s = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM)

host = input("Enter Your Ip or Domain : ")
port = int(input("Enter Your Port : "))

def Scanner(port) :
      if s.connect_ex((host, port)):
           print("The Port is closed")
      else:
           print("The Port is Open!")

Scanner(port)

So let describe what we coded !

  1. Added our title print("{o:-^33}".format("name"))
  2. Create socket object import socket
  3. Setup parameters of socket AF_INET and SOCK_STREAM
  4. Set target host and port
  5. Set def function for if and else
That's all.

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