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Portscan: Check whether given TCP ports are opened

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portscan 1.0Free for non-comm...Networking, Security
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This is a simple class that can be used to check whether TCP/IP ports are opened for connection.

It attempts to connect to a given port of a machine in the Internet with a given IP address.

The class returns the information of whether the machine accepted the connection within a given timeout period.

The class comes with a separate script with a list of well known ports for common TCP/IP services and also ports used by Trojan horses to simplify the check of eventual security holes.

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Name: ben <contact>
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#	Date: 19-10-2006 19:23
#	Author: B.Heesen (b.heesen@dbds.nl)
#	Version: 0.1
#	 Copyright 2006 De Bron Digital Solutions (http://www.dbds.nl)
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README PHP SCAN

unzip the file
make two directories: "lang" and "css"
put the "en.lang.php" and the "nl.lang.php" in the "lang" dircetory
put the "style.css" in the "style" directory

if you run as-is you will see two buttons on the index page
the ports which are scanned are in the "scanarrays.php" file
if you need another language just add your language to the "lang.php" file
and make a language file in your "lang" directory you defined in the "lang.php" file






LEESMIJ PHP SCAN

pak het bestand uit
maak twee mappen aan: "lang" en "css"
plaats de bestanden "en.lang.php" en "nl.lang.php" in de map "lang"
en plaats het bestand "style.css" in de map "css"

als je deze scanner nu runt zie je 2 knoppen
de poorten die worden gechecked staan in het "scanarrays.php" bestand
als je een andere taal nodig hebt voeg dan je taal toe aan het "lang.php" bestand
en maak een taalbestand in je "lang" map zoals je hebt gedefinieerd in het "lang.php" bestand



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File Role Description
Plain text file class.progressbar.php Class progressbar class fromGerd Weitenberg (hahnebuechen@web.de)
Plain text file class.scan.php Class scan class
Accessible without login Plain text file da.lang.php Conf. danish language file by Jens Henrik
Accessible without login Plain text file eng.lang.php Conf. english language file
Accessible without login Plain text file index.php Example index.php
Accessible without login Plain text file lang.php Conf. language selector
Accessible without login Plain text file nl.lang.php Conf. dutch language file
Accessible without login Plain text file README.TXT Doc. readme
Accessible without login Plain text file scan.php Example executor of class
Accessible without login Plain text file scanarrays.php Conf. the ports to scan
Accessible without login Plain text file style.css Data style sheet

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