Intelspy - Perform Automated Network Reconnaissance Scans

Intelspy – Perform Automated Network Reconnaissance Scans

Perform automated network reconnaissance scans to gather network intelligence.
IntelSpy is a multi-threaded network intelligence spy tool which performs automated enumeration of network services. It performs live hosts detection scans, port scans, services enumeration scans, web content scans, brute-force, detailed off-line exploits searches and more.
The tool will also launch further enumeration scans for each detected service using a number of different tools.


I had started working on IntelSpy when one day I discovered AutoRecon. Instead of reinventing the wheel, IntelSpy is the result of combining/merging IntelSpy with the best features of the AutoRecon to create a network reconnaissance tool suitable for Penetration Testing engagements.


  • Scans multiple targets in the form of IP addresses, IP ranges (CIDR notation) and resolvable hostnames.
  • Scans targets concurrently.
  • Detects live hosts in an IP range (CIDR) network.
  • Customizable port scanning profiles and service enumeration commands.
  • Creates a directory structure for results gathering.
  • Logs commands that were run.
  • Generates shell scripts with commands to be run manually.
  • Extracts important information in txt and markdown format.
  • Stores data to an SQLite database.
  • Generates HTML report.


  • Python 3
  • colorama
  • toml (
  • seclists
  • curl
  • enum4linux
  • gobuster
  • nbtscan
  • nikto
  • nmap
  • onesixtyone
  • oscanner
  • smbclient
  • smbmap
  • smtp-user-enum
  • snmpwalk
  • sslscan
  • svwar
  • tnscmd10g
  • whatweb
  • wkhtmltoimage
  • pandoc
  • hydra
  • medusa
  • wpscan
  • ldapsearch
  • patator
pip3 install -r requirements.txt
sudo apt install seclists


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IntelSpy v1.0 - Perform automated network reconnaissance scans to gather network intelligence.
IntelSpy is an open source tool licensed under GPLv3.
Written by: @maldevel | @LOGISEK_LTD |

[--exclude <host1[,host2][,host3],...>] [-s SPEED]
[-ct <number>] [-cs <number>] [--profile PROFILE_NAME]
[--livehost-profile LIVEHOST_PROFILE_NAME]
[--heartbeat HEARTBEAT] [-v]
[targets [targets ...]]

positional arguments:
targets IP addresses (e.g., CIDR notation (e. g., or resolvable hostnames (e.g. to scan.

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
Read targets from file.
-p PROJECT_NAME, --project-name PROJECT_NAME
project name
-w WORKING_DIR, --working-dir WORKING_DIR
working directory
--exclude <host1[,host2][,host3],...>
exclude hosts/networks
-s SPEED, --speed SPEED
0-5, set timing template (higher is faster) (default:
-ct <number>, --concurrent-targets <number>
The maximum number of target hosts to scan
concurrently. Default: 5
-cs <number>, --concurrent-scans <number>
The maximum number of scans to perform per target
host. Default: 10
--profile PROFILE_NAME
The port scanning profile to use (defined in port-
scan-profiles.toml). Default: default
--livehost-profile LIVEHOST_PROFILE_NAME
The live host scanning profile to use (defined in
live-host-scan-profiles.toml). Default: default
--heartbeat HEARTBEAT
Specifies the heartbeat interval (in seconds) for task
status messages. Default: 60
-v, --verbose Enable verbose output. Repeat for more verbosity (-v,
-vv, -vvv).

Usage Examples
Scanning single target

sudo python3 -p MyProjectName -w /home/user/pt/projects/
sudo python3 -p MyProjectName -w /home/user/pt/projects/ -v
sudo python3 -p MyProjectName -w /home/user/pt/projects/ -vv
sudo python3 -p MyProjectName -w /home/user/pt/projects/ -vvv

Scanning a hostname

sudo python3 -p MyProjectName -w /home/user/pt/projects/

Scanning a network range(CIDR)

sudo python3 -p MyProjectName -w /home/user/pt/projects/

Scanning multiple targets (comma separated)

sudo python3 -p MyProjectName -w /home/user/pt/projects/

Scanning targets from file

sudo python3 -p MyProjectName -w /home/user/pt/projects/ -ts /home/user/targets.txt

Excluding one host

sudo python3 -p MyProjectName -w /home/user/pt/projects/ --exclude

Excluding many hosts

sudo python3 -p MyProjectName -w /home/user/pt/projects/ --exclude,

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