Works great. Works well. If you expect it to work as it would on a 16 proc machine with 64 gigs of RAM, then you will never be happy with anything in life! It is running on a CELL PHONE! GET OVER YOURSELF ALREADY. Be happy that you have a tool to use at all!
Nice nmap frontend, but if you're expecting something that presents data like Zenmap, this isn't it. It's still acceptable for manually looking at the nmap results, though. One major issue, though, is the Share functionality. I can't 'share' with any file manager (i.e. save to a file.) I have to manually paste it into a text file. It would be nice if "Share" would attempt sharing a text file instead of, or in addition to, the raw text.
Commas being squelched. Should default to "--dns-servers 22.214.171.124" besides that "-p 53,123" scans port 53123 instead of scanning 2 ports. A better GUI interface for common options like -u and -A would be nice.
Hard to get nmap working still This helped with the binary install but i still needed to find an /etc/services file and even then you need other files for proper scans and any UDP stuff. Half way there.
Too many little Bugs for a mature Product. The "Slow" Script is broken. Without Root, using "Intense Scan" on 127.0.0.1 (with CLA's of --system-dns -A -sT -Pn -v) gives TINY Output (and no means to easily Log it or cut-n-paste the Screen). The "Display IP" Menu Option is broken (could show the Info in the 'About'). The "Download" Menu Option is not helpful on a Google Play App as updates should be 'auto', if it gets us stuff we need why not include it or have a Tip to say ... THANK YOU for this +1 !
This is an Android App front-end for fyodor's excellent network mapping tool, nmap. It works great for for most basic scans on my LG G4. I didn't try all the options, but I did discover that the line where you put the destination address is an extension of the command line. That is, you can add switches before the address that will get executed with the scan. I wanted to do a service scan, so I prepended the address with -sV (Service and Version Detection) and received the expected results. I'll have to try some others, such as "--script ssl-enum-ciphers" ;-)
- better architecture handling
- fix version download errors