Network Tools for analyzing network environments
These Network Tools provides a set of useful tools to collect information about the local network environment. This information can help you to identify security vulnerabilities, as for example: recognize uncommon network connections, recognize unknown devices in the local network or opened ports. At the moment the following functions are implemented:
Netstat displays a statistic of network connections on the local system. With netstat, it's possible to find out which process has opened which port and is connected to which IP address.
The Network Scan scans for devices and shares in the local Microsoft network.
The UPnP Scan scans for UPnP devices in the local network. UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) permits networked devices to discover each other's presence on the network and establish functional network services.
The IP Scan scans a range of IP addresses for responses on an ICMP-Ping. Please note that ICMP-Pings may be restricted by the firewall on the local system or the remote system or any device between both.
The Port Scan scans for listening ports of a host (see screenshot below).
Wake On LAN
Wake on LAN sends a WOL packet to a remote system in the local network in order to reactivate the remote system from standby or hibernate mode or to turn it on. The remote system should be configured to accept the Wake-On-LAN remote commands.
This executable is stand-alone. That means, no installation is necessary. All settings will be saved in a *.cfg-file in the same folder if the folder is writable.
- Version 1.0: Initial version
- Version 1.1: Solved a bug in Port Scan
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