Cheops-ng is a network management tool for mapping and monitoring your network. It has host/network discovery functionality and OS detection, and does a port scan of each computer to tell what services are running. It can probe FTP, HTTP, ssh, email (port 25), news, IMAP, and VNC to see what version and type of server is running on those ports.
|Tags||Desktop Environment GNOME Networking|
Release Notes: This version fixes some crashing bugs.
Release Notes: Added software to report the state of scanned ports (open, closed, or filtered), added software to display the RPC version and information from nmap scans, added software for taking screenshots, and fixed XML parsing problems. Bugs were fixed in the IO processing code, and an option for truncating a FQDN down to the hostname was included. RPMS are now available.
Release Notes: Fixes for libxml portability issues and a few compiler errors people were having.
Release Notes: This version fixes some merging bugs, fixes a service bug that was introduced when going to enumerated protocols, adds the ability to change the primary host in a list of merged hosts, adds the ability to rename the viewspace, and makes text entries tab to other entries when the enter key is hit.
Release Notes: Fixed a bug in the startup code to initalize the services and pixmaps, a bug in the setting startup code to initialize nmap settings, and added the new cheops-ng icon to the help and pixmaps directories.