MegaPing is the ultimate must-have toolkit that provides all essential utilities for Information System specialists, system administrators, IT solution providers or individuals.

MegaPing includes:

Scanners: Comprehensive Security Scanner, Port scanner (TCP and UDP ports), IP scanner, NetBIOS scanner, Share Scanner.
All Scanners can scan individual computers, any range of IP addresses, domains, and selected type of computers inside domains.
Security scanner provides the following information:
NetBIOS names, Configuration info, open TCP and UDP ports, Transports, Shares, Users, Groups, Services, Drivers, Local Drives, Sessions, Remote Time of Date, Printers.

Monitors: Host and Port Monitor.

System Information: System Info Viewer, Advanced Process Viewer, Network Resources Viewer.

Network utilities: DNS list host, DNS lookup name, Network Time Synchronizer, Ping, Traceroute, Whois, and Finger. Ease of use, friendly user interface, and robust multithreaded design, makes MegaPing perfect for any PC user from novice to expert.
Is can generate reports in HTML or TXT format, and copy data to the Clipboard.
In addition, Process and Port monitor allows to log errors and informational messages to HTTP log file with different format options. Monitor notification options include email with SMTP server auto discovery, sound notification.
Other features include multithreaded design that allows to process any number of requests in any tool at the same time, real-time network connections status and protocols statistics, real-time process information and usage, real-time network information, including network connections, and open network files, system tray support, and more.

Automatically detects security vulnerabilities on your network
MegaPing security scanner checks your network for potential vulnerabilities that might use to attack your network, and saves information in security reports.

Provides detailed information about all computers and network appliances
MegaPing can scan your entire network and provide information such as open shared resources, open ports, services/drivers active on the computer, key registry entries, users and groups, trusted domains, printers, and more.
Scan results can be saved in HTML or TXT reports, which can be used to secure your network - for example, by shutting down unnecessary ports, closing shares, etc.