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Problem:

I came across a python program that was able to scan your network and tell you the hosts that are connected to it and / or kick unwanted users off your own network. It works well, but I'm not too familiar with Python syntax. I was just wondering if anyone with Python and Bash experience could tell me how to make something similar to the first part (Finding hosts on network and display them in a list) like this program does.

Link to Program Overview (Github):

https://github.com/k4m4/kickthemout

Link to the Python Program Code (Github):

https://github.com/k4m4/kickthemout/blob/master/kickthemout.py

closed as too broad by Wildcard, Michael Homer, Jeff Schaller, Stephen Rauch, Satō Katsura Jul 11 '17 at 3:46

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  • 487 lines of code and you are just asking "how it works"? – Wildcard Jul 10 '17 at 22:13
  • Then link to that part, or excerpt it here. – Wildcard Jul 10 '17 at 22:28
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Someone already said how to implement this on shell script ( and perl ) on superuser:

Superuser Version

And i found on github a full shell script version:

Github Bash version

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