Network Toolbox Net security
iOS Universal Productivity
*** THE ORIGINAL - NetworkToolbox ***
***USERS SAY ITS BETTER THAN NETWORK ANALYZER and FING ***
The space here isn't big enough to list all features.
Read the Manual at: http://go-to.me/nettb-manual
This app rewarded "Best of the Year" in 2013 by PC Magazine and is still the best Network App on the App Store.
Users say: ‘Better than Fing and Deep Whois!’ : I’ve been using a number of other apps like Fing, Deep Whois, etc … but then I found this app. It includes a whole raft of network utilities, including some not found in other apps…
EVEN FOR INEXPERIENCED USERS: THE APP CONTAINS DEMO VIDEOS, HOW-TOs, GLOSSARY
This App with its 48 individual Tools helps to analyze local or public networks for security issues or wrong configurations.
It provides various scanning options such as WiFi Network IP scanning, Port scanning and integrates the SHODAN scan engine, Security exploit tests and more.
Results can be further analyzed by opening IP Addresses or Ports with one of the tools provided by this app.
All tools are tightly integrated so you can easily jump from one tool to another.
■ Device and public IP Address
■ Network interfaces (WiFi, 3G/4G)
■ Additional Device information
■ Cell and provider information
SHODAN AND MORPHEUS SEARCH
■ Expose online devices
■ Search by keyword, country, port, network, hostname
■ Browse results individually with all available tools of this app
■ Search and expose online devices based on a given location
NS-LOOKUP with DOMAIN INFORMATION
■ Provides information for a certain domain or ip
■ Provide information about the number of attacks (ISC)
■ Provider information
■ Location of IP or Host display on a map
■ DNS records such as MX, A, TXT etc.
WIFI NETWORK SCAN
■ Discover all devices on your network
■ Including IP, MAC, Vendor, Network Name
■ Maintain your own custom device names easily if you like
■ Ping IP or domain
■ Show Errors and RTT
■ Display results graphically
■ Find out who is behind a certain domain
■ Query ANY! DNS Server
■ See DNS record information such as A,TXT,CNAME,MX,SOA etc.
■ See and compare DNS Server response times
VISUAL TRACEROUTE (new)
■ Analyze how packets get to their destination
■ Socket analysis and terminal tool
■ Predefined protocols for Telnet, FTP, HTTP, POP3 and IMAP
■ Inspect server responses
■ Send arbitrarily data to the server
FTP and SFTP CLIENT
■ Browse remote directory tree
■ Direct file viewing
■ File and directory operations
■ Upload and download of multiple files to device
■ Default password list check of FTP server
■ Public / Private Key support (New!)
■ Terminal client for SSL
■ Default password list check of server
■ Same functionality as FTP
MAC ADDRESS DB
■ Find out which vendor is responsible for which MAC address and v/v
■ Calculate net-masks, first-,last- addresses etc.
■ Site Default password check
■ Test for common Traversal exploits (e.g. /../../..passwd etc.)
■ Possibility to select user agents from Blackberry over Firefox, IE, Safari and iOS
■ Display source code, plain text or hirachically browse XML
■ Crawl website and collect all contained links
■ Analyze robots.txt
■ Both, websites and disallows robots content can be further analyzed
■ Scan and reveal Bluetooth LE devices
■ Inspect Server (e.g. HTTPS) certificates in a readable format
BONJOUR and UPnP (new)
■ Scan and discover Bonjour or UPnP services
MAIL SERVER CHECK
■ Analyze issues with your mail settings
■ Handle files downloaded via FTP or SFTP or HTTP (New!)
■ File and directory operations
■ File viewer (PDF, Text, Image, HTML)
■ Open files in other apps, installed on your device
■ Send file via E-Mail
■ Each tool has a detailed description of their purpose and how to use
■ Written and video tutorials available
Find out more on: http://go-to.me/nettb
This update contains the following changes, improvements and bug-fixes:
■ Additional IOS 13.3 fixes
■ Bug fixes in the Pi-hole tool
■ Moved the Glossary tool to Resources
■ The Verizon Supercookie check is now back working
■ New Blacklist tool
You can now query various blacklists for domains or IP addresses, to see if they are listed.
■ New Elasticsearch tool
Since more and more Elasticsearch database are involved in recent data breaches, I added Elasticsearch queries for Shodan and Morpheus.
Also, a new Elasticsearch tool can now be used to browse Elasticsearch databases.
■ Telnet Security check
DDOS Bots are using IOT devices around the world that are poorly secured by standard or easy to guess passwords.
A new Telnet Security Check was added to the included Security Check tool which can be used to check for all known weak passwords on a Telnet server.
■ Have I been Pwned
I did remove this tool some time ago because Troy Hunt, the provider of this feature, had to ask for money to use the API.
Now, I decided to pay the monthly fee for it to support Troy and his amazing service.
This said, I brought back the tool to the App and you all can use it for free.
I have also updated the online manual so for details, you can learn more about the new features and tools.
Many thanks for your great support and reviews which really keeps this App going.
For those of you having questions or experiencing issues, please contact me. I cannot stress enough that I am highly interested in knowing about any issue so I can fix them for you and for others.
Please use the support Email address or the button under Settings of the App.
Thank you and stay safe!