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3.5
45 ratings

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  2. 4
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DebraGale · 8/15/2015
PORT SCANNER

BEING DISABLED BY SPINAL INJURY, & THE RESULTING PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY, THIS HELPS ISOLATE DEVICE TO PORT CONNECTION ASAP

David · 12/20/2013
great info except for one thing

I would be nice if it found a recognized port that needs to be open and tell you what its for and what its connecting to , just too simplified and doesn't give you complete details about why the port is opened.

Tim · 11/24/2013
Nice little scanner does the trick

Nice little scanner. I forgot what IP my network printer web portal page was on and grabbed this app to find it. By scanning my wireless net IP range for port 80 I quickly found it. Great job! Only complaint is that if you scan all ports it's very slow. Need to be rewritten as a multithreaded app for the fifth star.

Ross · 10/24/2013
Yes, this app is slow and limited.

There are better Network scanners in the Windows Store. This particular app is very limited in functionality and scans very slowly (especially if you choose to scan an entire network). You cannot scan 1 IP address as the app only supports ranges. It also requires you to fill in a custom port range, which can make the scans slower.

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Matt · 1/23/2013
Works nicely

Would be nice to add common uses for ports instead of having to look them up.

Joe · 2/6/2013
Does what it says

I had no issues with it being slow as one review posted. Was able to scan 1021 ports in 1 minute. Have a Quad Core Processor

Joe · 11/17/2013
Needs Work

Could only handle IP, rather restricted. I recommend that the author of the app use a single field for a target computer for flexibility as well as allowing for both IPv4 and IPv6

Barry · 1/27/2013
Slow with a capital S.

Did I say it was slow? Very slow, very very slow. I stopped it before it completed the first 200 ports for one IP address. Ugh.

Sojib · 7/26/2013
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