Scanmetender Standard 3.1
Scanmetender Standard is a multifunctional network scanner and security suite, which is not only able to show you open ports of your computer, but also to close them.
The main keywords of Scanmetender Standard are customizability, interface and functionality. It supports TCP and UDP port scanning, while you can choose whether you want to scan multithreaded or singe threaded. Scanmetender Standard is multilingual and skinnable, it uses language packs in the *.slp (Scanmetender language pack) and is translateable in every language you want. The core languages of Scanmetender Standard are English, German and Hebrew. More languages can be downloaded on LevenfusProducts. If you want to resolv any domains in your network or to ping any IP addresses, you can use the advanced domain service of Scanmetender Standard, which is able to ping unlimited ranges and to make WhoIs requests. After a port scan a lot of people do not know what to do with the open ports. In Scanmetender Standard this not a problem. You are able to close ports and to block process names trough the intergrated firewall. However if you want to use your own firewall instead of the integrated one, you will find help in the Firewall configuration file, which shows you in five steps how to close ports in famous firewalls. For people which are not the only users of a computer, the program has a password protection feature. Scanmetender Standard has a full-documented help file with a lot of pictures and of course free support trough LevenfusProducts using online forums, newsletter, contact forms and many more. Scanmetender Standard unites a perfect user-friendly graphical use interface (GUI) with professional functions. It is probably the best choice if you search for a network scanner!
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