Angry IP scanner is a very fast and small IP scanner. It pings each IP address to check if it`s alive, then optionally it is resolving hostname and tries to connect at specified in Options dialog box TCP port.The application uses separate threads for each scanned address to reduce scanning speed. It can also display NetBIOS information: computer name, currently logged user, workgroup….
If you are curious to find out what’s happening within your network and want to find out whether an IP is alive or dead then it’s time you should try a dedicated software like Angry IP Scanner.
The interface is very simple and intuitive and even if you’re not an experienced user, you should still be able to work with Angry IP Scanner without encountering too many problems. Besides, the settings menu is very detailed and has lots of explanations, which makes it impressively user friendly.
Angry IP Scanner works pretty fast, although, as we found out during our tests, in some cases it might stress the computer resources a little bit if you’re conducting long scans, on a whole IP class for example.
The application features a special function that will optimize the search and reduce scan times. To accomplish that, it uses separate threads for every address it scans.
Of course, Angry IP Scanner comes with a lot of options regarding the scanning process, so you should be able to inspect a certain IP to find out whether it’s alive or not, but also to look for open ports.
With the help of this utility you can even access ‘Windows Shares’, FTP, Telnet or trace route for each of the selected entries on the list. Among the available details, you can view the currently logged user, workgroup it belongs to, computer name and MAC address.
- Scans local networks as well as Internet
- IP Range, Random or file in any format
- Exports results into many formats
- Extensible with many data fetchers
- Provides command-line interface
- Over 29 million downloads
- Free and open-source
- Works on Windows, Mac and Linux
- Installation not required
Changelog 3.7.5 – February 3, 2021
- Upgrade SWT for all platforms, some UI alignment improvements
- Fix resolving of MAC vendors and Comments if MAC separator is changed to non-standard
- Support for NetBIOS (NBSTAT) responses containing no names (often returned by Apple devices)
- Mac vendors updated
Download page: https://angryip.org/download/
x64 + x86 Installer: https://github.com/angryip/ipscan/releases/download/3.7.5/ipscan-3.7.5-setup.exe
Executable for 64-bit Java – https://github.com/angryip/ipscan/releases/download/3.7.5/ipscan-win64-3.7.5.exe
Executable for 32-bit Java – https://github.com/angryip/ipscan/releases/download/3.7.5/ipscan-win32-3.7.5.exe