JAPS an acronym for Java Port Scanner is a port scanner written in Java using Swing. Its purpose was to let me get a hand on Java concurrency and especially the new
ExecutorService in Java 5.
You should have Java 5 or Java 6 installed on your computer to run this program. It should run on Windows/ Mac/ Linux/ Solaris.
If do not know if you have Java or do not have Java 5 installed please visit http://java.com/en/download/installed.jsp
JAPS should run on any 500Mhz+ machine with at least 256MB of RAM.
WindowsDownload the following zip file JAPS_1.0_win.zip, extract it and then double click JAPS.exe
Linux/ Mac OS X/ Sun Solaris
Download the following zip file JAPS_1.0_all.zip, extract it and then double click JAPS.jar
If the double click doesn't work open a shell and then issue the following command assuming Java is in your path and the lib directory is in the same directory from where you're executing the scripts.
java -jar JAPS.jar
Please do not use the program for any illegal activities, just use it to secure yourself.
Here's how to use it:
- Write the IP or the hostname of the machine you want to scan then press ENTER. If you want to select a single port write the port number in the first two fields next to Port Range.
- Choose the number of threads you want JAPS to use. If you have a Pentium 4 CPU , AMD Athlon or Power PC G5 you can use 128; if you have a dual core CPU as a dual core AMD Athlon, Pentium D, Intel CORE DUO
|21/6/2007:||Version 1.0 released|