Scapy runs natively on Linux, and on most Unixes with libpcap and its python wrappers (see scapy’s installation page). The same code base now runs natively on both Python 2 and Python 3.
- Official Online HTML documentation
- Scapy’s installation page
- ThePacketGeek’s Building Network Tools with Scapy tutorial
- Security Power Tools where Philippe Biondi wrote a complete chapter about Scapy.
It provides the ticket management service used for submitting patches or bugs.
- Submit patches
- Report bugs/wishes here
- Active tickets here
- Head over to Scapy’s GitHub Projects to see what is being worked on.
- Automotive Penetration Testing with Scapy - Troopers 2019 slides
- Scapy’s PacSec/core05 slides (printable version)
- Scapy’s Hack.lu 2005 slides
- Scapy’s Summerschool Applied IT Security 2005 slides
- Scapy’s T2’2005 slides
- Scapy’s CanSecWest/core05 slides
- Scapy’s LSM 2003 slides
Other documents about Scapy :
Mailing-list (very low activity)
Send questions, bug reports, suggestions, ideas, cool usages of Scapy, etc. To avoid spam, you must subscribe to the mailing list to post.
- To subscribe to the mailing-list, send a mail to scapy.ml-subscribe(at)secdev.org
- To send a mail to the mailing-list: scapy.ml(at)secdev.org
- May miss packets under heavy load
- BPF filters do not work on PPP interfaces
- UTscapy: Unit Testing with scapy (shipped with Scapy 2.X+)
- Scapytain: a web application to store, organize and run test campaigns on top of Scapy (low project activity)