Scan and expose online devices!
This app designed by Creating-your-app is for synchronizing and analyzing local and public networks for security issues and to obtain necessary configurations. It works as per the Shodan search engine and enables the users to perform various scanning activities, which may include network IP scanning as well. The users also have the access to trace local networks as per topographic conditions. Further, the results can be found by using the IP address and the different tools provided in this app. Also the search results can be bookmarked for future reference. The feeds, links and addresses can be easily downloaded and shared via E-mail as well. Finally, to make it more convenient for the users, a glossary of all important heads is provided.
Network Toolbox has some interesting and unique features. On the home screen under the tools head, the first icon displayed is the Device. Once you tap on it, you will get all the information regarding the device you have installed. The device and public IP address is provided here. Also the medium or the interfaces of networking such as Wi-Fi, 3g or 4g are also available here. There is a resource option which keeps the users informed about the rules and guidelines about how to get started with this app. According to it, you need to scan the network first and gain necessary information regarding the local network. Generally, it takes a while to display all the network links you are connected to. Then for assuring the security, you can have a port scan by tapping on a network node.
Network Toolbox version 2.01.01 has also exposed IOMEGA NAS Devices. After starting Shodan search, use the search box to enter IOMEGA and click on the search option. Tap on the host line after the results are displayed. When you select HTTP Connect from the list of Host lines, NAS storage contents are displayed. These may include word files, movies, pictures or mp3 files. The users also need to keep in mind that an IP address is updated after every 24 hours.
There is another new addition to the features- Cameras. Under the Shodan option there is a question mark sign which if you tap on, will lead you to Webcam icon. Once you select HTTP Connect, websites with blue background are displayed with heading as Anytime & Anywhere. When you click on the Log In button, the username and passwords are automatically entered. After tapping on the IP, select E-mail which will send the link to your computer and you can watch a video.
The other features include Map scan, Sockets, HTTP browsers. There are three client servers that can be accessed to such as FTP, SSH and SFTP. These help to browse through remote directories and viewing files directly. Also they enable the users to upload and download multiple files to the device. Local files option helps to view PDF, Text and HTML format files and send them via E-mail.
Network Toolbox is a useful app with intense Apple interface. But the user guide does not match up completely to the features. The app is quite tricky and may not be an easy one for some users. Only a software expert would find interest in such an app.