Smap: nmap scanner via Shodan

Smap is a "copy" of Nmap that uses the free API to scan ports.

It takes the same command line arguments as Nmap and gives us the same results as a drop-in replacement of Nmap. It is open source and does not need an api key from shodan to work.

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  • Scans 200 hosts per second
  • Does not require any account / api key
  • Detection of vulnerabilities
  • Supports all nmap output formats
  • service fingerprinting
  • Undetectable by targets


go install -v



smap -iL targets.txt

Supported formats         // IPv4 address     // hostname   // CIDR

Application snapshots

smap demo

You can download the program from here.
  Nmap to control and secure your network

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