zblacklist man page

zblacklist — zmap IP blacklist tool

Synopsis

zblacklist [ -b <blacklist> ] [ -w <whitelist> ] [ Options... ]

Description

ZBlacklist is a network tool for limiting and deduplicating a list of IP addresses using a blacklist or whitelist.

Options

Basic Options

-b, --blacklist-file=path

File of subnets to exclude, in CIDR notation, one-per line. It is recommended you use this to exclude RFC 1918 addresses, multicast, IANA reserved space, and other IANA special-purpose addresses. An example blacklist file blacklist.conf for this purpose.

-w, --whitelist-file=name

File of subnets to include, in CIDR notation, one-per line. All other subnets will be excluded.

-l, --log-file=name

File to log to.

-v, --verbosity

Level of log detail (0-5, default=3)

--no-duplicate-checking

Don´t deduplicate input addresses. Default is false.

--ignore-blacklist-errors

Ignore invalid entries in the blacklist. Default is false.

Info

September 2015 zmap v2.1.1 zblacklist