NetScan
NetScan
3.1

3.3

NetScan free download for Mac

NetScan

3.1
09 April 2011

Network utility that offers fast port scanning and more.

Overview

NetScan is a better Network Utility for Macs great for network administration and security testing. Heres of the features are: a faster port scanner, ping features with packet flooding, whois, traceroute, finger and more...

What's new in NetScan

Version 3.1: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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6 NetScan Reviews

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Mikaelf
20 August 2010

Most helpful

Should we just ask macupdate to delete everything you don't understand;-)
Like (6)
Version 2.1
Higherterrain
09 April 2011
Ops it's a 5 MB download not a 5 KB download
Like (1)
Version 3.1
3 answer(s)
Khannibal
Khannibal
09 April 2011
Ok, so you think it deserves such a bad rating ?
Like (6)
Higherterrain
Higherterrain
09 April 2011
I have'nt load it yet so the raring is a non issue. I could'nt post the typo without giving it a rating which is stupid so your jumping to conclusions.
Like (1)
sjk
sjk
09 April 2011
You could have selected Comment instead of Review in the reply menu.
Like (4)
iHex
27 March 2011
nice app. obviously not a wrapper to nmap as suggested by another user.
Like (2)
Version 3.0
JasonE
27 March 2011
Beautiful utility. The only request I could make would be to make the return key trigger the start when you type in an ip address.
Like (1)
Version 3.0
Mikaelf
20 August 2010
Should we just ask macupdate to delete everything you don't understand;-)
Like (6)
Version 2.1
Hal2007
20 August 2010
The dev is probably Nelly Furtado's brother. That alone would justify the download.
Like (1)
Version 2.1
Thomas-U
04 August 2010
No Readme + No info inside installer + No readable screenshots on website --------------------------- = I have no clue, what this software is about and how it does what it does! I should let this deal with my network? Never! It should be removed from macupdate.com til it's fixed.
Like (2)
Version 2.0
3 answer(s)
plecto
plecto
27 March 2011
Agree!!
Like (1)
Fenrisulf
Fenrisulf
27 March 2011
It looks like a wrapper around nmap, but you can't be too sure when you can't see the sources. (I'll stick with nmap and wireshark (snort if I need to watch my incoming connections, or LittleSnitch for that as well.)
Like (1)
Frankof
Frankof
27 March 2011
if you don't understand what this program does, or require a manual to perform a ping or port scan, then you don't really need it.
Like (4)