FreePortScanner is a small, easy-to-use, and robust port scanner for the Win32 platform. You can scan ports on fast machines in a few seconds and can perform scan on predefined port ranges. This tool uses TCP packets to determine available hosts and open ports, and service associated with port.
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"Slower than a snail and cant close once scanning"
Version: FreePortScanner 2.9.4
A very basic and poorly written application.
Single threaded and doesn't read from windows message queue when running, so you cannot close the application once running.
As it is single threaded it interrogates a port, waits for a response then continues with next port; so incredibly slow.
"Freezes on fast machine. Only Scans ONE (1) IP Address!"
Version: FreePortScanner 2.8.5
If you want something that SPAMS you to their page to sell you other stuff, this is it.
Most notable for what it WON'T do.
Only will scan ONE (1) single IP, not a range. It freezes even fast machines (I tried it on 3 machines, one running XP, one running Vista, and one running Win7). Ya know, I don't see Win7 freeze very often. Gotta be some seriously clunky code to do that. Sheesh. Takes its sweet time to do so little.
Run and hide. Run and hide.
Version: FreePortScanner 2.0
It caught all the open ports.
Very slow and tried to covertly send email to some unknown recipients!
"Just too slow"
Version: FreePortScanner 1.8
It detected all of the open ports on the IP address that I directed it to scan.
Slow. Now, if you only want to scan a few ports, it's fine, but I wanted to scan everything, and it takes quite a while to even scan 100 ports. It didn't save any settings, so even though I ran many instances of the program, I had to re-enter the IP address and the "Don't show closed ports" checkbox, which again, I wouldn't mind doing this once and let a quick program run, but I had a slow program and I had to do this each time in order to get any sort of decent speed. It's inconvenient at best, even though there seemed to be no flaws otherwise.
"Small, fast and easy to use scanner. I like It!"
Version: FreePortScanner 1.6
Very easy to use, and a great way to test the security of any network devices.
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