Angry IP Scanner – fast network scanner

Angry IP Scanner (or simply ipscan) is an open-source and cross-platform network scanner designed to be fast and simple to use.

It scans IP addresses and ports.

It is widely used by network administrators and just curious users around the world, including large and small enterprises, banks, and government agencies.

Features include:

  • Very fast IP address and port scanner.
  • Multithreaded – separate scanning thread is created for each scanned IP address.
  • Scan IP addresses in any range as well as any their ports.
  • Pings each IP address to check if it’s 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.
  • NETBIOs information.
  • Favorite IP address ranges.
  • Web server detection.
  • Customizable openers.
  • Scanning results can be saved to CSV, TXT, XML, or IP-Port list files.

Website: angryip.org
Support: GitHub
Developer: Anton Keks
License: GNU GPL v2

Angry IP Scanner is written in Java. Learn Java with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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