Simple scAnning Tool 1.2

Simple scAnning Tool is a simple and fast network scanner.
Simple scAnning Tool is a simple and fast network scanner. Simple scAnning Tool is used to identify network devices and services. The identification is based on recieved data such as banners.

Usage: [options] < file_name/ip_range > -r [-f < file >] -u [-o < host:port >] -h


-i scan ip range, example:,
-t scan targets from file
-n scan targets from file with nmap grepable output format
(nmap switch '-oG')
-p < port_range > port range to scan, example: 1-1024,3333,4000-5000 [default
-T scan TCP ports rather then UDP [default]
-U scan UDP ports rather then TCP
-4 scan via IPv4 rather than IPv6 [default]
-6 scan via IPv6 rather than IPv4
-H < number > maximum number of threads [default 100]
-O < file_name > set the output file name [default sat.log]
-V verbose scan mode
-c < file > specify the config file [default sat.conf]
-l < file > specify the srules file [default sat.srules]
-r restore aborted scan
-f < file > specify the restore file [default sat.restore]
-u update srules file from the net
-o < host:port > set the HTTP/FTP proxy for updater
-v show program's version number and exit
-h show this help message and exit


Python 2.3 or later

What's New in This Release:

IPv6 support was added.
Random scan was implemented.
It's now possible to scan targets from files in the nmap output format.
Almost 500 new scan rules were added.

last updated on:
February 21st, 2006, 18:57 GMT
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
developed by:
ROOT \ System \ Networking
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