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Angry IP scanner 3.5.3 Ubuntu/Debian/Mint Linux 32bit
Angry IP scanner 3.5.3 Ubuntu/Debian/Mint Linux 32bit Angry IP scanner is a very fast IP address and port scanner. It can scan IP addresses in any range as well as any their ports. It is cross-platform and lightweight. Not requiring any installations, it can be freely copied and used anywhere. Angry IP scanner simply pings each IP address to check if itís alive, then optionally it is resolving its hostname, determines the MAC address, scans ports, etc. The amount of gathered data about each host can be extended with plugins. It also has additional features, like NetBIOS information (computer name, workgroup name, and currently logged in Windows user), favorite IP address ranges, web server detection, customizable openers, etc. Scanning results can be saved to CSV, TXT, XML or IP-Port list files. With help of plugins, Angry IP Scanner can gather any information about scanned IPs. Anybody who can write Java code is able to write plugins and extend functionality of Angry IP Scanner. In order to increase scanning speed, it uses multithreaded approach: a separate scanning thread is created for each scanned IP address. Running Make sure you have Oracle Java or OpenJDK installed - check your distribution. GCJ is not recommended. DEB and RPM packages will install appropriate 'desktop' files, so Angry IP Scanner will appear in the applications menu, under either Internet or Networking. Alternatively, you can just type ipscan to launch the application. Jar files are launched by either double-clicking or typing java -jar jar-file. Changes: Translation updates Ping Packet Loss fetcher Mac vendor updates Debian packages have updated licensing and Java 10 support
5/5 4,276 Aug 27, 2018
Angry IP
Angry IP scanner 3.5.3 Ubuntu/Debian/Mint Linux 64bit
Angry IP scanner 3.5.3 Ubuntu/Debian/Mint Linux 64bit Angry IP scanner is a very fast IP address and port scanner. It can scan IP addresses in any range as well as any their ports. It is cross-platform and lightweight. Not requiring any installations, it can be freely copied and used anywhere. Angry IP scanner simply pings each IP address to check if itís alive, then optionally it is resolving its hostname, determines the MAC address, scans ports, etc. The amount of gathered data about each host can be extended with plugins. It also has additional features, like NetBIOS information (computer name, workgroup name, and currently logged in Windows user), favorite IP address ranges, web server detection, customizable openers, etc. Scanning results can be saved to CSV, TXT, XML or IP-Port list files. With help of plugins, Angry IP Scanner can gather any information about scanned IPs. Anybody who can write Java code is able to write plugins and extend functionality of Angry IP Scanner. In order to increase scanning speed, it uses multithreaded approach: a separate scanning thread is created for each scanned IP address. Running Make sure you have Oracle Java or OpenJDK installed - check your distribution. GCJ is not recommended. DEB and RPM packages will install appropriate 'desktop' files, so Angry IP Scanner will appear in the applications menu, under either Internet or Networking. Alternatively, you can just type ipscan to launch the application. Jar files are launched by either double-clicking or typing java -jar jar-file. Changes: Translation updates Ping Packet Loss fetcher Mac vendor updates Debian packages have updated licensing and Java 10 support
5/5 4,296 Aug 27, 2018
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