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Advanced Port Scanner 1.3 (Free Network Tool)

 

What is Advanced Port Scanner?

Advanced Port Scanner is a small, fast, robust and easy-to-use port scanner for Win32 platform. It uses a multithread technique, so on fast machines you can scan ports very fast. Also, it contains descriptions for common ports, and can perform scans on predefined port ranges.

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Advanced Port Scanner 1.3 - Main Windown
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General Information

  • Current Version: 1.3
  • Release Date: July 10, 2006
  • File Size: 426 KB
  • Operating System: Windows 95/98/ME/NT4.0/2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008 and Windows 7 (32 bit, 64 bit)
  • License: Freeware!

What's new in version 1.3?

  • Interface updated
  • Online help updated
  • Scan engine improved
  • General speed optimizations
  • Minor improvements and fixes


Features:

Advanced Port Scanner - small, fast, robust and easy-to use port scanner

Fast and Stable multi-threaded Port Scanning

Advanced Port Scanner - small, fast, robust and easy-to use port scanner

Fully configurable Port Scan

Advanced Port Scanner - small, fast, robust and easy-to use port scanner

Export scan results



Screenshots:

Advanced Port Scanner 1.3 - Main Windown
Main Window
Advanced Port Scanner 1.3 - Options - Port Scan
Options - Port Scan
Advanced Port Scanner 1.3 - Options - Interface
Options - Interface
Advanced Port Scanner 1.3 - Options - General
Options - General
Advanced Port Scanner 1.3 - Options - Compatibility
Options - Compatibility

Advanced Port Scanner Reviews:

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globalsecuritymag.com

"Advanced Port Scanner - small, fast, robust and easy-to use port scanner. The program scans specified port range, retrieves information about all ports and reports if there are any services turned on. "


Frequently Asked Questions:

Q:

Is there a way to permit access to the Radmin server for global groups created in another domain?

A:

Create a local group on the PC running Radmin server in the resource domain. Give permissions for this group using 'Settings for Radmin server'. Add a global group from another domain to the created local group.

Q:

I want to scan a number of computers, but I can only see one tab to enter an IP. Does your program scan only one computer?

A:

No. You can select the checkbox labelled "use range" then enter the first and last IP's of an IP range. Or you can scan a complex list of computers by selecting the checkbox labelled "Use group of ranges" then enter any number of IP's and/or IP ranges.

Q:

I want to enter my own port to scan, but port's range edit boxes are grayed out.

A:

Just uncheck the checkbox labelled "Use default ports list".

Q:

I want to scan a number of different ports, not a range. What can I do?

A:

Select "Use ports ranges list", then enter any number of ports and/or ports ranges.

Q:

I scan a number of computers every day and it's very annoying to have to enter the IP's each time I start the IP Scanner. Is there some way around this?

A:

Yes, click the "save" button after selecting the checkbox labelled "use group of ranges", then save your list of IP's. After that you can either manually load these IP's with a few mouse clicks, or configure the Options->General->Auto-load IP's list so they will load automatically each time the program starts.

Q:

I can't see any ports under the "ports" branch. It just says something like "4 opened, 64 closed". How can I see what ports are opened?

A:

Select "Show open ports" and "show closed ports" on the toolbar (you can use these to configure what ports you wish to see). If you de-select these, you will see no details.

Q:

My list is empty after a scan. What is wrong?

A:

Be sure to select "show alive computers", "show dead computers" and "show unknown computers" on the toolbar (the pressed position). If you tell the program to show nothing, the list will be empty.

Q:

Scanning is too slow!

A:

Try increasing the number of threads. With 64 threads you can scan about 1000 ports a second - actually a very high value.

Q:

When I start a scan, Windows freezes or works very slowly and the program interface is almost frozen too!

A:

You might have used too many threads. Try setting a lower value.
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