nclib is a python socket library that wants to be your friend.
Easy-to-use interfaces for connecting to and listening on TCP and UDP sockets
The ability to handle any python stream-like object with a single interface
A better socket class, the Netcat object
Convenient receive methods for common socket usage patterns
Highly customizable logging
Interactive mode, connecting the socket to your stdin/stdout
Intelligent detection of socket closes and connection drops
Long-running functions cleanly abortable with ctrl-c
Lots of aliases in case you forget the right method name
Mechanisms to launch processes with their in/out streams connected to sockets
Launch a process with gdb attached
TCP and UDP server classes for writing simple python daemons
A script to easily daemonize command-line programs
Source code is available at https://github.com/rhelmot/nclib.
If you are familiar with pwntools, nclib provides much of the functionaly that pwntools’ socket wrappers do, but with the bonus feature of not being pwntools.
To install nclib, run
pip install nclib.
- Basic socket interfaces
- Launching and Controlling Processes
- Logging Facilities
- Low-level socket abstraction layer
- Daemonizing Command Line Programs