Essential NetTools is nothing more than a set of small but very useful programs designed to diagnose and detect network security problems. Administrators of networks can, not only rely on the tools to diagnose them, but also monitor any network connections from ordinary citizens. We've gathered information that they'll be distributing their next utility.
This tool is designed to search for all TCP ports on your network and identifies them as active.
NetStat has been designed to display all incoming and outgoing connections to a computer network. As well as opening UDP or TCP port names, addresses, ths, open UDP and TCP ports and network addresses.
The NBScan is a fast and powerful NetBIOS scanner and utilizes the very latest technology. scanning a specified range of network addresses and searching for those computers with NetBIOS.
In the Shared Resources tool, you can view all available resources. There is a log feature available.
It includes a tool that can run the live HTTP and FTP server tests, as well as monitor the performances of remote computers.
The NetAudit utility allows you to automatically audit the security of machines (or the entire network) that use the NetBIOS service.
EmailVerify lets you verify that any email address is correct. Verification is done by sending a request to the appropriate SMTP server address.
Due to its low power consumption and possibility of instability, the RawSocket tool is commonly used to examine network services and diagnose network outages.This involves installation of TCP/UDP connections at the level of upstream.
Also available is an editor for Windows system files as well as tools for adapters for wireless networks and Wi-Fi.Fi networks. Moreover, I would like to emphasize the utility of the set of other very handy tools. You can use SNMPAudit, ping, NSLookup, ProcMon, TraceRoute and IPBlackList as well.