Universal Port Scanner

Universal Port Scanner

Released 7 years ago , Last update 7 years ago

Quickly Scan ports for a given IP address or URL

Universal Port Scanner is a PHP Client which can quickly scan ports for a given ip address.

Features Include:

  1. Scan Single Port

  2. Scan range of ports

  3. Optimized for speed

  4. Objected Oriented PHP code for easier integration

Pricing

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$4.99

Personal License

  • Perpetual license

  • 1 site, unlimited servers

  • No distribution (hosted use only)

  • Commercial use

Usage Instructions

To Use Universal Port Scanner the following steps needs to be taken:

  1. Include the UniversalPortScanner.php Class File in the PHP or HTML file where you need to use it:

//Code sample $universalPortScannerLocation=dirname(FILE).'/../UniversalPortScanner.php'; require_once($universalPortScannerLocation);

  1. Instantiate UniversalPortScanner object inside of the PHP or HTML page where it is needed.

//Code Sample $portScanner = new UniversalPortScanner;

  1. To run a port scan on a single Port for a given URL or IP Address, please use the following code:

//Code Sample //$status will be either OPEN, CLOSED, or an ERR code $status = $portScanner->scanIndividualPort($address,$port);

  1. To run a port scan on a range of Ports for a given URL or IP Address, please use the following code:

//Code Sample $statusArray = $portScanner->scanPortRange($address,$lowPort, $highPort); // $statsArray will be a hash map of "port number" to "port Status" key value pairs.

For additional usage information, please take a look at the attached Demo Site(demo/form.php).

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