NoVirusThanks TCP Port Interrogator determines if a specific TCP port range is open or allows for a persistent connection on a remote target.
From the user-friendly GUI, you will be able to efficiently determine if a range of TCP ports are open or not. After entering the target IP address, you can optionally select single ports to scan (comma delimited) and input a range (hyphenated). For example: to scan ports 80, 1080 and 400 through 800 you would input '80,1080,400-800' in no specific order, and it will promptly scan them.
NoVirusThanks TCP Port Interrogator is multi-threaded (up to 256 threads) intended to provide you with quick and reliable target scanning for multiple open TCP/IP ports. Additionally, common or well-known ports can be mapped to their respective port service names. For instance, TCP port 25 will map to the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) service making it part of the scan result instead of just the port number.