Date Added:Jun. 26, 2002
Downloads Last Week:4
Product ranking:#13 in Network Management Software
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Does what it says without all the bloatware that permeates much of todays software.
None It does one thing well
I wish more software was simple and to the point like this utility
I've used this software before and had no problems
The CNN download refused to install. It always said that I needed an installer. Even when I loaded the CNN installer, it continued to say that I needed the installed.
Do a Google search and you will see that there are problems with the CNN downloader and Windows 7 64 bit
This is a good utility tool for identifying TCP ports in use and determining what programs are using them on Windows 2003 or older.
As with any good tools, someone will find a way to abuse it. Now there are a few viruses that are designed to use this tool if found. Because of this, APorts is no longer maintained.
So the tool itself is not a risk but keeping it installed may be. Fortunately there are other tools being maintained that perform this same function. Hate to see a good utility like this go away because others abused it...
its a virus so how can I like it
virus found by endpoint
Reply by mikeeve1950 on December 15, 2010
If you don't understand why av software reports these as suspicious, then perhaps you really wouldn't benefit from the program! endpoint should not have reported it as a virus, but rather as "caveat emptor".
Reply by bob_computer on November 12, 2010
Many security packages report items such as this as un desirable simplt because of the nature of the program.
If you are so sure it is a virus then it would be reported by more than one AV program.
I ran it through quite a few and the only warning I got was to tell me that it was an "ip scan tool" YUP it sure is !! I think you saw a false positive
Doesn't work on Vista
When trying to run, I get "Access Denied" and the program terminates. If it doesn't work on Vista, the installer should detect the OS and warn the user instead of allowing the install and then crashing. BTW, I am an admin on the machine.
I can quickly identify which port is in use e.g on my WS or Internet server i can quicly identify the IP of the user using which port, and saves my time to identify
usefull when configuring your antivirus, firewall and proxy
nothing to say
Reply by petem011 on July 9, 2009
Seems like another good app that I can't use with Vista.
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|Publisher web site||http://www.ntutility.com|
|Release Date||June 26, 2002|
|Date Added||June 26, 2002|
|Subcategory||Network Management Software|
|Operating Systems||Windows NT/2000/XP|
|Downloads Last Week||4|