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Intro - Miranda can discover UPnP hosts either passively or actively, and all of a host’s reported devices types, services, actions and variables can be enumerated with a single command. Service state variables are automatically correlated with their associated actions, and identified as either input or output variables for each action. Miranda stores all host information for all hosts in a single data structure, and allows you to directly traverse that data structure and view all of its contents. You should also know about UPNP.



UPNP - Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) is a set of networking protocols that permits networked devices, such as personal computers, printers, Internet gateways, Wi-Fi access points and mobile devices to seamlessly discover each other's presence on the network and establish functional network services for data sharing, communications, and entertainment. UPnP is intended primarily for residential networks without enterprise class devices.

1. How to open

A. GUI Method
Application →Kali Linux → Information gathering → Live Host Identification → miranda
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B. open terminal type Miranda and hit enter

2. msearch - This command is used to actively locate UPNP hosts.

3. host list -This command is used to shows a list of all discovered UPnP hosts and each host’s index number.

4. host get 0 – this command is used to  get all of the UPnP information advertised by the host with the index number of 0.

5. host info 0 – This command allows us to traverse Miranda’s internal host data structure and view all of the information that it stores.


6. host info 0 deviceList – This command is used to show the device name which is found on host.

7. host summary 0 – There can be a lot of data in this structure, so if you just want to see a summary of the data for a particular host, run the ‘host summary’ command.

8. save info 0 – This command is used to save it to file and view it in a text editor instead, this can be done with the ‘save info 0′ command.
we can also save all of the data that Miranda has stored about all of the hosts that have been discovered so that we can later load it back into Miranda during a new session.
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