Have you been a fan of IPScan32? Then you’ll love Dipiscan! Why am I so sure? My answer in a few points:
- its ergonomics, very close to that of IPScan32 so that you are not too disturbed,
- its slightly modernized look,
- its functionalities, enriched by the integration of WakeOnLan’s functionalities and the possibility to modify/delete/add information columns
- its operation, which is no longer based on DOS commands (PING, NBTSTAT, ARP, NSLOOKUP) whose use could cause problems on “localized” versions of Windows (translated into a language other than French or English),
- its configuration, allowing more precise configuration of the analyses,
- its command line mode (DipiscanBatch.exe), for those who need to automate the scan analysis,
- its use in “portable” mode, i.e. the absence of an installer,
- but above all: its speed, because Dipiscan is not an evolution of IPScan32: it is a new tool totally rethought and rewritten in a modern development language. No more granddaddy VB5, make way for C# and multi-threading! Result: when the analysis of a single strand used to take between 3 minutes and 5 minutes, or even sometimes more, it is now completed in 10 to 20 seconds! And this by gathering as much information as before, if not more.
In short, I don’t think it’s necessary to make a longer speech, I’ll let you discover the replacement for IPScan32 (which will soon disappear).
To work, Dipiscan and DipiscanBatch need the.NET 4… Framework.
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