port scanner for discovering services on large networks
doscan is a tool to discover TCP services on your network. It is
designed for scanning a single ports on a large network. doscan
contacts many hosts in parallel, using standard TCP sockets provided
by the operating system. It is possible to send strings to remote
hosts, and collect the banners they return.
There are better tools for scanning many ports on a small set of
hosts, for example nmap.
This is doscan, a tool for auditing your network.
In order to compile doscan, you need:
* a GNU/Linux system, or Sun Solaris 8/9
doscan requires poll(2), but should be quite portable otherwise.
However, Linux 2.6 (or another kernel with the syscall-based
epoll patch) is strongly recommended.
* The GNU C and C++ compilers, versio
Changes in version 0.3.1
Fix a bug which prevented reading some valid address files with the
Changes in version 0.3.0
Tenable has revoked the GPL on some of their Nessus plugins. doscan
incorporated some protocol modules based on Nessus plugins, assuming
they were irrevocably licensed under the GPL. These protocol modules
doscan - Denial Of Service Capable Auditing of Networks
doscan options prefix...
doscan is a tool to discover TCP services ony our network.
It is designed for scanning a single ports on a large net‐
work. (There are better tools for scanning many ports o
doscan (0.3.1-3) unstable; urgency=low
* Fix building with GCC 4.3. Closes: #417158.
use leaky bucket algorithm to limit connection rate
retry hosts which did not return any data
This package was debianized by Florian Weimer <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
who is also the upstream author.
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