Recurity Labs PortBunny - Development-Website
PortBunny is a Linux-kernel-based port-scanner created by
Recurity Labs. Its aim is
to provide a reliable and fast TCP-SYN-port-scanner
which performs sophisticated timing based on the use of so called
The port-scan is performed in 2 steps:
First the scanner tries to find packets, to which the target responds
("triggers"). Second, the actual port-scan is performed.
During the scan, the triggers, which were found in the first
scanning-phase, are used to determine the optimal speed at which the
target may be scanned.
The latest release version can be found here: PortBunny-1.1.1.tar.gz
The latest development-tarball can be found here: PortBunny050109-dev.tar.gz
The latest development version can be obtained from our public SVN-repository:
$ svn co http://portbunny.recurity.com/svn/PortBunny/trunk/PortBunny
The slides from the presentation given at the 24th Chaos Communication Congress can be found here:
A recording of the presentation can be found here: Recording
Gentoo ebuild by Daniel: http://danb-uk.net/2008/01/04/portbunny-ebuild-r1/
Report any bugs or feature-suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Discuss PortBunny at irc.freenode.org #portbunny
Since we got such a cute bunny, we had to make T-Shirts.