sshpt -- SSH Power Tool
Dan Mcdougall wrote sshpt(SSH Power Tool) and maintained it.
This repo is a fork of sshpt 1.2.0
Copyright (C) 2011 Dan McDougall.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 3 as published by the Free Software Foundation.
A copy of the GNU GPLv3 should have been distributed with this sofware. If a copy was not provided it may be downloaded at the following URL:
Detailed information on sshpt as well as the latest version can be found at the following URL:
No installation is necessary to use sshpt but Python 2.5+ is required as well as the following Python modules:
Paramiko - Pythonic SSH implementation URL: http://www.lag.net/paramiko/ pycrypto - Python Cryptography Toolkit URL: http://www.amk.ca/python/code/crypto.html
pip install sshpt
sudo python setup.py install
- Fixed the bugs on test codes
- Fixed the when use the keyfile to log in
- Supports the comments on hostfile using '#'
- Added the --hosts option to specify a host list on the command line
usage: usage: sshpt [options] "[command1]" "[command2]" ... positional arguments: Commands Commands optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -v, --version show program's version number and exit -f HOSTFILE, --file HOSTFILE Location of the file containing the host list. -S, --stdin Read hosts from standard input --hosts HOSTS Specify a host list on the command line. ex)--hosts="host1:host2:host3" -k <file>, --key-file <file> Location of the private key file -K <password>, --key-pass <password> The password to be used when use the private key file). -o <file>, --outfile <file> Location of the file where the results will be saved. -a <file>, --authfile <file> Location of the file containing the credentials to be used for connections (format is "username:password"). -T <int>, --threads <int> Number of threads to spawn for simultaneous connection attempts [default: 10]. -P <port>, --port <port> The port to be used when connecting. Defaults to 22. -u <username>, --username <username> The username to be used when connecting. Defaults to the currently logged-in user. -p <password>, --password <password> The password to be used when connecting (not recommended--use an authfile unless the username and password are transient). -q, --quiet Don't print status messages to stdout (only print errors). -d <path>, --dest <path> Path where the file should be copied on the remote host (default: /tmp/). -x, --execute Execute the copied file (just like executing a given command). -r, --remove Remove (clean up) the SFTP'd file after execution. -t <seconds>, --timeout <seconds> Timeout (in seconds) before giving up on an SSH connection (default: 30) -s, --sudo Use sudo to execute the command (default: as root). -U <username>, --sudouser <username> Run the command (via sudo) as this user. -c <file>, --copy-file <file> Location of the file to copy to and optionally execute (-x) on hosts.