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*** THE ORIGINAL - NetworkToolbox ***
*** USERS SAY ITS BETTER THAN NETWORK ANALYZER, INET 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 50+ individual Tools helps to analyse 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.

Feature summary:

DEVICE INFORMATION
■ 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

MAP SEARCH
■ Search and expose online devices for 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
■ Ping IP or domain
■ Show Errors and RTT
■ Display results graphically

WHOIS
■ Find out who is behind a certain domain

DNS
■ 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
■ Analyze how packets get to their destination

SOCKETS
■ 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!)

SSH CLIENT
■ Terminal client for SSL
■ Default password list check of server

SFTP CLIENT
■ Same functionality as FTP

MAC ADDRESS DB
■ Find out which vendor is responsible for which MAC address and v/v

IP CALCULATION
■ Calculate net-masks, first-,last- addresses etc.

HTTP BROWSER
■ 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

SPIDER
■ Crawl website and collect all contained links
■ Analyze robots.txt
■ Both, websites and disallows robots content can be further analyzed

BLUETOOTH
■ Scan and reveal Bluetooth LE devices

CERTIFICATES
■ Inspect Server (e.g. HTTPS) certificates in a readable format

BONJOUR and UPnP
■ Scan and discover Bonjour or UPnP services

MAIL SERVER CHECK
■ Analyze issues with your mail settings

LOCAL FILES
■ 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

HELP TEXTS
■ Each tool has a detailed description of their purpose and how to use

TUTORIALS
■ Written and video tutorials available

Find out more on: http://go-to.me/nettb

What’s New

Version 15.0.2

This update contains the following changes:

■ A few changes were necessary for iOS 15

■ A new Tool OTP (One Time Passwords) has been added

■ The Batch Tool can now also try to find the Website title

■ Several other minor improvements

Thanks for your feedback and great support.

In case of questions and suggestions, please don't use Reviews.

Stay safe and healthy!

Best regards,

Marcus

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
251 Ratings

251 Ratings

konjur ,

My real life networking toolkit is nowhere near as useful as this app.

Love this app. I’ve used it for years and it just keeps getting better. I don’t think I paid 6.99 when I bought it, but I’ve easily gotten that much value from it and would buy it again in a second. I’ve only bought less than 20 paid iOS apps but this one is absolutely the one I couldn’t do without. Very reliable and never had annoying bugs like many other similar apps(that do far less, far worse). When I’m troubleshooting ANY networking issue, installing new equipment, managing my servers, transferring files, remotely controlling my desktops, or even just tinkering around with a project.... this app is always the first thing I reach for and usually is the only place I need to.

It has so many things in the kit that I honestly forget what all is included quite often. However if I need something, it’s always worth the check to see if it’s there—whatever tool I’m looking for, it’s usually offered in the Network Toolbox. These developers are top notch too and I really appreciate the continued updates & improvements. Thank you for an awesome app!

Bit Byte ,

Not A Networking Tool

An essential, I'd say it's even a flashlight when all power goes out at midnight.

Everybody needs this. Not your thing? Have tech in your house? You probably need it then.

It is a resource, a teacher, and just a box full of goodies. It's making me have more to organize but progress is progress. A step is all somebody needs to get going.

It's easy to use, gamers will love it. If you enjoy clicking, you'll like it.

If you read this, I would like to ask that you play a game on this app with me. It's called..

Plllleeeease.. Make sure you're safe and everything else if you think about doing it. Prepare. It's called.. Spreading the love.

Use Shodan, click the "Systems with default info". Scan away. Don't be dumb though, use it for good. People are training for things like that.

Learn how to get in after finding the vulnerable places. Login with default, click ..., save custom with ... again. (Your choice, but I use a random Lorem Ipsum generator, then use Toolbox to encrypt it, go to passwords, give em the password and then delete the info.

The point of the game is to make the best workflow to get it done. Plus it's just a good thing to do. It may cause some an inconvinence, but if it's their system they have physical access or can access it. (Not counting say a keyboard acting up at the BIOS password screen.) It can't do that though. Have fun, be safe, and hunt down the evil bots. Hahaha

Snw07 ,

Awesome!

This app has truly saved my sanity. My devices have been hacked and for the last 3 years I’ve been losing my mind trying to find out what’s going on. While I’m only self taught and still learning this app has brought me so much clarity into what’s going on. I can see each time what device (while I’m still trying to locate the source I can clearly identify what is attached to me at any given time of day) I’ve used many networking tools to narrow down my hunt but your app has brought me the most clarity and answers. Along with your excellent instructions for each tool in the “toolbox” I now have the MAC address and service provider of said device..... after many many hours and calls to Apple, my cell provider, and all the log reports, your app has been the most helpful!! The only thing I haven’t been able to make work from the app is the Shodan tool. So I end up using the Shodan site directly.

Thank you!!

App Privacy

The developer, Marcus Roskosch, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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