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Old 11-17-2004, 11:46 AM   #1
naren
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netscan in linux


hi

I have been searching the net for finding a software which can scan

the entire network(which i may specify the range) and find the files

which r shared.I want both the files frm windows servers n linux

servers.I want a software similar to netscan in windows...

I will be glad if neone point to me this one r some thing related


Thanks in anticipation....
 
Old 01-08-2012, 10:31 AM   #2
adnan-kamili
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netscan for linux

Netscan is a very handy tool so i decided to develop one myself. You can download it from

http://sharescanner.net84.net

I named it sharescanner ( netscan for linux ) and i have created 32 and 64 bit debian packages for easy installation. It is actually a gui for smbclient.
 
  


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