Multi Threaded TCP Port Scanner allows you to scan 65535 TCP ports on an IP address. You can specify how many threads to run and the timeout. Furthermore, it will tell you the MAC address of the target and the services that are running. You can scan IP addresses on your network and find out which open ports you have.
|Tags||Scanners Network Analysis Network Audit Security Security Audit netw|
|Operating Systems||Linux Windows Windows (32 and 64bit) Window7 Unix|
Release Notes: This release added mixed port specification for parameter -p, which makes it possible to specify port lists and ranges together. Mac OS X support was added.
Release Notes: A number of new features were added, including host name resolution, a -o <filename> option for outputting to a file in plain text format, a -oh <filename> option for outputting to a file in HTML format, and a -ox <filename> option for outputting to file in XML format. The meaning of -r was reversed. By default the program shows port names, and with -r it does not show them.
Release Notes: This release adds the option -s for Syn scan, makes scanning faster thanks to Syn scan, adds even more default ports, improves the error handler for Syn scan, improves text output, fixes minor bugs, changes the pathname to the oui.txt and port-numbers.txt files, and adds a missing call to clean up the function WSACleanup. A new branch of the program has been created to support Syn scan.
Release Notes: This release has more default ports.
Release Notes: The default port list is no longer 1-1024, but is a list of frequently used ports. A check for duplicates was added.