NetScanTools – Set of Network Security Tools

NetScanTools Pro is an integrated collection of internet information gathering and network troubleshooting utilities for Network Professionals. Research IPv4 addresses, IPv6 addresses, hostnames, domain names, email addresses and URLs automatically or with manual tools. It is designed for the Windows operating system.

NetScanTools - Set of Network Tools
NetScanTools – Set of Network Tools

Some of the security features with this program:

  • Find hidden IPv4 devices on your local network segment (LAN). ARP Scan shows all active IPv4 connected devices even if those devices have an integrated firewall protecting them from standard ping sweep or port scan methods.
  • Find IPv4 devices on any reachable network. NetScanner is a ping scanner that can find IPv4 connected devices on any reachable IPv4 network.
  • Find devices listening to network traffic on your local network segment (LAN). Promiscuous Mode Scanner shows devices listening to (snooping/sniffing) network packet traffic.
  • Check a device for listening TCP or UDP ports. Port Scan checks for unauthorized or unintentionally installed services or open listening ports on IPv4 connected devices.
  • Test the response of a device or firewall to TCP/UDP/ICMP or CDP packets. Packet Generator (TCP/UDP/ICMP/CDP/ARP/RAW) along with Packet Capture can assist in testing systems and firewalls for response to unusual customized packets. It can even send a ‘RAW’ packet completely of your own design.
  • Find the SMB versions supported by other computers. The SMB Scanner takes a list of IPs or hostnames and shows the SMB versions supported by the target including the insecure, vulnerable SMB 1.0.
  • Find visible, hidden and writable shares in a Microsoft Windows Domain. SMB/CIFS share detection shows visible and hidden shares. It can do a writable share test find shared directories exposed to attacks by worms and viruses.
  • Find IPv4/IPv6 address owner or allocated business and what country they are from. Our advanced whois and rwhois query tool shows who owns the IP address showing up in your logs.
  • Examine Internet Explorer caches (older versions only). Cache Forensics shows Internet Explorer history, cache and cookie information plus it shows Protected Storage information containing passwords and IE auto-complete data for the currently logged in user.
  • Check for misconfigured SMTP servers. Email Address Validation and Open SMTP Relay Checking show configuration issues with SMTP servers.

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