Port Authority - LAN Host Discovery & Port Scanner APK

Version 2.3.2-free - com.aaronjwood.portauthority.free
Last updated: 2020-05-16
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Fast, accurate TCP scanner with host discovery, WoL, DNS lookups, and no ads.

Port Authority - LAN Host Discovery & Port Scanner apk

APP Information

Download Version 2.3.2-free (60)
Apk Size1.03 MB
App DeveloperAaron Wood
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android4.0.x and up
App Packagecom.aaronjwood.portauthority.free.apk
MD5582a0f7c6326d7fd51d3e23da0c8e381
Rate4.67
Website https://aaronjwood.com/

Download Port Authority - LAN Host Discovery & Port Scanner 2.3.2-free APK

App Description

Port Authority - LAN Host Discovery & Port Scanner is aaronjwood,portauthority,free,tools,port,authority, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 4.67 by 3 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Aaron Wood website who developed it. com.aaronjwood.portauthority.free.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 4.0.x and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 2.3.2-free Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 995+ times on store. You can also download com.aaronjwood.portauthority.free APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

A handy systems and security-focused tool, Port Authority is a very fast port scanner. Port Authority also allows you to quickly discover hosts on your network and will display useful network information about your device and other hosts.

One of the fastest port scanners with host discovery on the market! Host discovery is typically performed in less than 5 seconds. If the device you're scanning drops packets, it takes about 10 seconds to scan 1000 ports. If the device you're scanning rejects packets, it takes less than 30 seconds to scan all 65,535 ports!

Features

* Heavily threaded, no more waiting for results one at a time
* LAN host discovery
* Public IP discovery
* MAC address vendor detection
* LAN/WAN host TCP port scanning
* Custom port range scans
* Open discovered HTTP(S) services to browser
* Lightweight service fingerprinting (SSH/HTTP(S) server type and version)
* DNS record lookups supporting almost every record type
* Wake-on-LAN for LAN hosts

How are scans so fast?

This application makes heavy use of threading. Because most of the operations performed are I/O bound a lot more threads can be used than the number of cores on a device. In fact, one of the most intensive parts of the application is updating the UI during scans. This has gone through many optimizations but still remains a bit of a hotspot.

I have a lower end and/or older device, will this work?

Absolutely! Just lower the number of threads that are used for port scans in the settings. I'm always working on improving the efficiency and memory footprint of the application, and things have been greatly improved since the original version!

I keep getting crashes when scanning a large range of ports

The crash is most likely an out of memory exception that is occurring due to using too many threads. Lower your port scan thread count in the settings. The right value will be highly dependent on the device and its hardware.

I'm getting a warning that says this application is trying to send email

A few users have reported that a warning pops up on their device, warning them that this application is trying to send mail. This is caused by various security software so you can be assured (or just look at the code yourself) that I'm not sending mail.

Some security software looks at where traffic is coming and going from the device and takes certain actions for certain cases. If you're running any kind of port scan that includes port 25 (SMTP) this will most likely be flagged. Even though no data is being sent to that port the security software will see an outbound connection to an SMTP service and throw up a warning. Obviously this is a very bad check but some security tools are better than others and may actually look for data flowing out to port 25 to see if there's really anything happening.

I'm not finding some of the hosts/devices on my LAN

If you're finding that some devices aren't responding in time you should increase the host scan timeout setting, just be aware that it will cause host scans to take longer. In some cases it may be worth trading time for accuracy.

I'm not finding open ports that I know are truly open

You can now adjust the timeout for connections made to ports when performing either LAN or WAN scans. If you're scanning something over WAN (mobile network if you're using a cell phone) please be aware that scanning is best effort. Mobile carriers may detect that a real port scan is occurring and apply traffic shaping dynamically, or they may just start terminating the connections entirely. Additionally, if you happen to have poor signal or to not have 4G the quality of the network connection may be so poor that you'll need to have a fairly high timeout in order to tolerate latency spikes.

Do you like the application? Consider purchasing the donate version https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.aaronjwood.portauthority.donate

This software is 100% free and open source https://github.com/aaronjwood/PortAuthority

A handy systems and security-focused tool, Port Authority is a very fast port scanner. Port Authority also allows you to quickly discover hosts on your network and will display useful network information about your device and other hosts.

One of the fastest port scanners with host discovery on the market! Host discovery is typically performed in less than 5 seconds. If the device you're scanning drops packets, it takes about 10 seconds to scan 1000 ports. If the device you're scanning rejects packets, it takes less than 30 seconds to scan all 65,535 ports!

Features

* Heavily threaded, no more waiting for results one at a time
* LAN host discovery
* Public IP discovery
* MAC address vendor detection
* LAN/WAN host TCP port scanning
* Custom port range scans
* Open discovered HTTP(S) services to browser
* Lightweight service fingerprinting (SSH/HTTP(S) server type and version)
* DNS record lookups supporting almost every record type
* Wake-on-LAN for LAN hosts

How are scans so fast?

This application makes heavy use of threading. Because most of the operations performed are I/O bound a lot more threads can be used than the number of cores on a device. In fact, one of the most intensive parts of the application is updating the UI during scans. This has gone through many optimizations but still remains a bit of a hotspot.

I have a lower end and/or older device, will this work?

Absolutely! Just lower the number of threads that are used for port scans in the settings. I'm always working on improving the efficiency and memory footprint of the application, and things have been greatly improved since the original version!

I keep getting crashes when scanning a large range of ports

The crash is most likely an out of memory exception that is occurring due to using too many threads. Lower your port scan thread count in the settings. The right value will be highly dependent on the device and its hardware.

I'm getting a warning that says this application is trying to send email

A few users have reported that a warning pops up on their device, warning them that this application is trying to send mail. This is caused by various security software so you can be assured (or just look at the code yourself) that I'm not sending mail.

Some security software looks at where traffic is coming and going from the device and takes certain actions for certain cases. If you're running any kind of port scan that includes port 25 (SMTP) this will most likely be flagged. Even though no data is being sent to that port the security software will see an outbound connection to an SMTP service and throw up a warning. Obviously this is a very bad check but some security tools are better than others and may actually look for data flowing out to port 25 to see if there's really anything happening.

I'm not finding some of the hosts/devices on my LAN

If you're finding that some devices aren't responding in time you should increase the host scan timeout setting, just be aware that it will cause host scans to take longer. In some cases it may be worth trading time for accuracy.

I'm not finding open ports that I know are truly open

You can now adjust the timeout for connections made to ports when performing either LAN or WAN scans. If you're scanning something over WAN (mobile network if you're using a cell phone) please be aware that scanning is best effort. Mobile carriers may detect that a real port scan is occurring and apply traffic shaping dynamically, or they may just start terminating the connections entirely. Additionally, if you happen to have poor signal or to not have 4G the quality of the network connection may be so poor that you'll need to have a fairly high timeout in order to tolerate latency spikes.

Do you like the application? Consider purchasing the donate version https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.aaronjwood.portauthority.donate

This software is 100% free and open source https://github.com/aaronjwood/PortAuthority 

App ChangeLog

  • - French translations
    - Bug fixes

App Screens

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Apk scan results


Apk Scaned By TotalVirus Antivirus,com.aaronjwood.portauthority.free.apk Was Pure And Safe.

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Permissions

requires following permissions on your android device.

android.permission.ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION: Access coarse location sources, such as the mobile network database, to determine an approximate phone location, where available. Malicious applications can use this to determine approximately where you are.
android.permission.ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION: Access fine location sources, such as the Global Positioning System on the phone, where available. Malicious applications can use this to determine where you are and may consume additional battery power.
android.permission.ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE: Allows an application to view the status of all networks.
android.permission.ACCESS_WIFI_STATE: Allows an application to view the information about the status of Wi-Fi.
android.permission.INTERNET: Allows an application to create network sockets.
approximate location (network-based)
Allows the app to get your approximate location. This location is derived by location services using network location sources such as cell towers and Wi-Fi. These location services must be turned on and available to your device for the app to use them. Apps may use this to determine approximately where you are.

precise location (GPS and network-based)
Allows the app to get your precise location using the Global Positioning System (GPS) or network location sources such as cell towers and Wi-Fi. These location services must be turned on and available to your device for the app to use them. Apps may use this to determine where you are, and may consume additional battery power.

view network connections
Allows the app to view information about network connections such as which networks exist and are connected.

view Wi-Fi connections
Allows the app to view information about Wi-Fi networking, such as whether Wi-Fi is enabled and name of connected Wi-Fi devices.

full network access
Allows the app to create network sockets and use custom network protocols. The browser and other applications provide means to send data to the internet, so this permission is not required to send data to the internet.

Certificate

Certificate Issuer:C:US, ST:MA, L:Plainville, CN:Aaron Wood
Certificate Subject:C:US, ST:MA, L:Plainville, CN:Aaron Wood

Activities

com.aaronjwood.portauthority.activity.MainActivity
com.aaronjwood.portauthority.activity.LanHostActivity
com.aaronjwood.portauthority.activity.WanHostActivity
com.aaronjwood.portauthority.activity.PreferencesActivity
com.aaronjwood.portauthority.activity.DnsActivity

Interesting Strings

http://
http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android
https://
https://code.wireshark.org/review/gitweb?p=wireshark.git;a=blob_plain;f=manuf
https://public-ip-api.appspot.com/
https://www.iana.org/assignments/service-names-port-numbers/service-names-port-numbers.csv

Older Versions

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Google Play Reviews

  1. Rick Loughman-avatar

    pretty good except strange inconsistencies: perform a host scan, see a host, it tells me the vendor. use the same app on a different device and that same host as before has unknown vendor. sorting is strange: sorts by ip by default, with options to do it via hostname or vendor. no way to return to ip order. minor things. is probably really 5 stars. reply: host 'a' vendor shows on device 'x' but does not show on device 'y'. different db going to different phones? pie ok (s8), lollipop (s4) not

  2. John John-avatar

    Spend ages working out what each device actually is. There seems to be no way to enter a preferred device name in the app. To make easier to identify them in the future

  3. Brian Hanrahan-avatar

    Fantastic, simple, free tool. Performed better than Ubiquitii Unifi kit in identifying systems accurately.

  4. Paweł Szubartowski-avatar

    Paweł Szubartowski

    2020-03-24T16:01:31.297Z

    Humble looking but very good discovery tool. Detects even an Xbox One in sleep mode, which are not visible to other scanners which rely on basic ping sweeps alone.

  5. Rusty Man-avatar

    Doing job as name says. However unable to read data if using (usb to ethernet) adapter via usb-otg feature.

  6. Anne Miller-avatar

    I can't use the public internet because my house is out of range and by the looks of things this app dosen't work with Sim Cards. Too bad.. uninstalling. 😈

  7. Neofytos Neofytou-avatar

    Neofytos Neofytou

    2020-04-30T14:48:01.737Z

    Could use more option to manage linked devices on wifi, like removing them.

  8. valentin bancarel-avatar

    valentin bancarel

    2020-02-14T10:19:08.593Z

    Pretty good app. But please change the inputs for the port range that is the less UX thing I wotness in an app. After the dev reply, it appears that I did not try hard enough to find a solution. Perfect app.

  9. HY Liu-avatar

    Simple and great. Can you please make it also show my current device? Because sometimes I want to check my phone's open ports. Also adding some features from nmap would be very cool. (eg, service detection.) Thank you.

  10. Antti Kinnunen-avatar

    Thanks for the update. "Unable to access device ARP table" issue fixed on Android 10 (Pixel 2).

  11. Albert Lee-avatar

    The best network scanner for Android. Thanks for the update!

  12. Carlo Centofanti-avatar

    Carlo Centofanti

    2020-01-22T22:29:25.281Z

    Well done!! Now it works on Android 10! The app is very usable and well done.vi really like it now! You deserve 5 stars, thank you!

  13. Franc Foosta-avatar

    As good as ever since last update even works with Android 4.

  14. damian regan-avatar

    Tops, no ads and no stupid permissions

  15. Arshar Android-avatar

    Nice app no ads..

  16. Jeremy Lether-avatar

    Just discovered this amazing app. Thank you!

  17. Private Citizen-avatar

    Private Citizen

    2020-05-21T09:08:33.263Z

    This app is wide-ranging and powerful. It does have some issues, I believe it will get better over time.

  18. Rex El-avatar

    handy tool for network mapping at high level, it was only after reading another reviewers notes that I realised you could text-entry the scrollable port entry though. (tap the number in the scroll and you should be able to edit the number). Doesn't remember the discovered ports after you leave the node / ports list and go back to the network nodes list. Doesn't seem to indicate tcp / udp either.

  19. A Google user-avatar

    thnx for this app, Aaron. btw, I became aware that you got ripped off by some "source code thief" in the past, so I searched for "Who use my Wifi" ... looks to me that this has become a popular business model (and that thieves have become better at obscuring their activities)

  20. AНЯ aka Anja-avatar

    I wanna know, what's up here, heavy discussion with Developer Aaron Wood, I didn't open the App, Aaron Wood, and You answer so kind to all this, sorry, many nonsensical Comments, I couldn't believe, that a strange Wish like a Payment (!?!), I still look for a good Ports canner, I'm running Win 7 Ultimate, on Computer, Mft's new Update Bundles are terryfying, my OS changes, and affects my Android, off course, I rated 5 stars, because I write about what I read here about the App, I am interested, I'll update my Review, I trust Aaron, Nice from him NOT to start Concepts with Payment, but you can for sure donate Money

  21. Dale Riley-avatar

    won't find everything on the network every time. I don't know why. I've tried slowing the wait time down.

  22. Damiano Cupani-avatar

    it is an excellent app but it would be better if it could also detect the connected devices when the hotspot is active

  23. Victor Mendoza Jr-avatar

    Victor Mendoza Jr

    2019-08-25T05:59:37.110Z

    Search and dicovery open ports and devices on your local networks . My favorite at the time being Apps like this are hard to find

  24. Junkion Systems-avatar

    Junkion Systems

    2020-02-24T17:18:44.233Z

    This is an excellent network tool.

  25. A Google user-avatar

    Port scanning does not scan due to remote access attacks. Your app need to be reviewed. May I send logs?

  26. shahnewaz parvin-avatar

    shahnewaz parvin

    2019-01-09T14:49:48.526Z

    Those who can use this app properly will really enjoy it! Probably the best of its kind yet so simple!

  27. Norðurljós Égsson-avatar

    Norðurljós Égsson

    2019-11-08T09:11:43.697Z

    Great app, life saver, totally would recommend!

  28. Mark Hayton-Agadzi-avatar

    Mark Hayton-Agadzi

    2020-05-09T14:53:08.110Z

    I will get the hang and swing of it..

  29. Hope Nugier-avatar

    Very much easy to get thur even for dummies

  30. Cosmin Vlasie-avatar

    very good application.

  31. LCdhQOOLRTSA MSAiSLAmMSI2RB-avatar

    LCdhQOOLRTSA MSAiSLAmMSI2RB

    2020-04-25T15:05:23.771Z

    LAN Waiters SUVRB

  32. Mary Roehl-avatar

    by far my most favorite very user friendly

  33. Nicholas Guerrero-avatar

    Nicholas Guerrero

    2020-02-05T06:04:18.671Z

    🛰️♻️🛰️each*SITE*MINIMIZER🛰️♻️🛰️

  34. Nasckofu Ltd-avatar

    Best LAN app

  35. Raw Horus-avatar

    Needs admin Credentials

  36. Dario Tellaeche-avatar

    Dario Tellaeche

    2020-04-03T03:20:25.649Z

    Exelente herramienta!

  37. Alexandre Thomaz-avatar

    Alexandre Thomaz

    2020-03-17T15:04:11.160Z

    🔥

  38. Nirob Mahomud Nirobmix007-avatar

    Nirob Mahomud Nirobmix007

    2020-04-05T07:31:01.968Z

    Nice

  39. Joseph Brechtel-avatar

    Joseph Brechtel

    2020-03-10T03:13:47.734Z

    Eureka alert

  40. darbadar khan-avatar

    Hack

  41. Daniel Archer-avatar

    It should be easier to specify a custom port range. I'm not scrolling through 30 thousand port twice to reduce the range to the only port I'm interested in. Needs a text input field or something.

  42. A Google user-avatar

    Simple quick way to see what's on your LAN. The default ("most common") port scan covers simple checking, you'll have to thumb on the port range for a custom scan.

  43. John Lofton-avatar

    Looks good, but didn't detect the proper subnet on my HP Chromebook. (Detected /0, instead of /24)

  44. Mike McRoberts-avatar

    I'm surprised the dev isn't asking for payment for this app. It's a great app and I'd be willing to pay for a Pro version to support the developer.

  45. A Google user-avatar

    Why picture a cat 5 socket if you have no functionality to scan lan ON WIRED AT ALL! Bad layout too..!

  46. A Google user-avatar

    Does exactly what it say's it will do. LAN is Local Area Network, does not mean RJ45 plug.

  47. DanielHkZ Smyth-avatar

    DanielHkZ Smyth

    2018-08-30T22:23:10.236Z

    Really good pics up all wireless hidden devices in hospital and police stations

  48. Nathan-avatar

    Very good app, would love to see that one open source as an android coding enthusiast :)

  49. anonther usere-avatar

    Useful for debugging endpoints

  50. A Google user-avatar

    It works, and quickly. Completely freezes sometimes, port scan stops if anything else is in foreground or screen times out.

  51. StarBitGo-avatar

    very good app, works like advanced ip scanner pc software. no ads

  52. Caleb belaC-avatar

    cant scan lan. shows up from eth but can't scan lan. utterly useless.

  53. A Google user-avatar

    Fast Functional and Free. Thanks!

  54. A Google user-avatar

    Ad free, just does what it's intended to do with a sleek UI.

  55. Jason Vaught-avatar

    Great app, does what it says and is fast.

  56. A Google user-avatar

    Why so many recent updates?

  57. Miguel Nogueira-avatar

    Miguel Nogueira

    2017-05-26T07:09:57.143Z

    Best port scanner ever. No ads, lightweight and fast. Does its job correctly and when told to. Not like those thieving apps filled with ads and purchases demanding you to pay to see results.

  58. A Google user-avatar

    Best in class. Fast network scanner, assisted by clean UI that provides information only when you need it. Free. Impressive design. No Ads! :) Instead of buying starbucks coffee when using their WIFI, donate to dev, or when ever you a few spare mulons. Thanks dev.

  59. Ken Jacobsen-avatar

    One of the best tools on my phone. The detail and presentation of the data is a perfect companion for my work. I would have given it a 5 star if I could export the discovery data, but it's still a keeper until I find a comparable tool that exports discoveries.

  60. A Google user-avatar

    It does what it does very well. Donation high but I will donate...

  61. Ash G-avatar

    Great app. Wished it kept the list of scanned hosts & open-ports until such time that i re-launch a fresh scan. New version of App will have to save a session file for each mac-address (router) you connect to.

  62. Williams Family-avatar

    Williams Family

    2017-08-12T02:18:49.319Z

    Allowed me to find my C.H.I.P. without having to know the router password. Works quite well, and extremely fast too.

  63. Ricky Swan-avatar

    Excellent tool. Fast with an intuitive interface. Just scan then tap to drill down by host and port and even spawn connections. Any thoughts of writing a version for OSX or Windows..?

  64. Pasi Mustalahti-avatar

    Pasi Mustalahti

    2017-05-23T05:06:46.976Z

    It found all my servers and printers, when I set socket timeout to 800.

  65. Pete Buka-avatar

    This is the fastest discovery tool and port scanner I have ever used. love it AAA+++

  66. A Google user-avatar

    This is what a port scanner should be.

  67. Alastair Wood-avatar

    Easy to use with no add. Great app and works well

  68. Larry Threatt Jr.-avatar

    Larry Threatt Jr.

    2017-11-04T09:12:13.879Z

    Best port scanner for Android, plus it does tons more! This rivals nmap on PC!

  69. Harry Skelton-avatar

    Does not work on 10-BaseT LAN connected devices...yet... Good for WiFi security checks and administration

  70. Michael Linhart-avatar

    Michael Linhart

    2017-05-21T02:08:26.868Z

    Good fast scanner

  71. Andrew Carretta-avatar

    Andrew Carretta

    2017-12-30T02:08:19.464Z

    Great app. Did exactly what I needed to do. Handy tool! 😉

  72. mattias larsson-avatar

    mattias larsson

    2017-09-22T18:40:14.659Z

    I like this!

  73. Trevor Hart-avatar

    Wow great app and no ads!

  74. Brandon Byers-avatar

    Just the app I needed. Great port scanner

  75. Dexter R-avatar

    Excellent App, does what it says!

  76. Brandon Pieters-avatar

    Brandon Pieters

    2017-11-14T21:51:35.710Z

    Downloaded it for the name alone. Genius.

  77. Sam Mirza Gharcheh-avatar

    Sam Mirza Gharcheh

    2017-07-07T20:20:46.845Z

    It is very useful and Handy.

  78. A Google user-avatar

    Blazingly fast

  79. Carl Collins-avatar

    Works great. Gets the job done...

  80. Peter DO Smith-avatar

    Terrific

  81. Vlad Dem-avatar

    Excellent and very user-friendly scanner, works quick and solid in hotel wifis. Author is open to new ideas and is constantly improving the app

  82. Lasse Pihlainen-avatar

    Lasse Pihlainen

    2017-04-11T21:46:47.378Z

    Does its job very well.

  83. Zain ul Abidin-avatar

    Voilaaaa its doing a great magic

  84. tha boss-avatar

    Perfection

  85. Maurice Powers-avatar

    Love the idea of this. However, any port scanner I have ever used (on servers, workstations, laptops, etc. ) doesn't try to complete a scan as quickly as it can. This app appears to want to complete the scan in under 5 seconds, no matter how many threads you drop it down to. As others have said, if you continually rescan, it will start to pick up more hosts. I would prefer it take its time and be more thorough. That is, after all the idea of the whole app.

  86. Glenn F-avatar

    Can you please have the vendor name listed with each host without tediously manually clicking through each one? It would make it MUCH easier and a huge time saver. Thank you Aaron!

  87. A Google user-avatar

    surprisingly quick, useful. service naming not 100% accurate but if you know what you're looking for it doesn't matter. Overall 3.5 stars for speed and utility but not as thorough as it could be.

  88. Pașca Alexandru-avatar

    Pașca Alexandru

    2017-02-09T19:02:06.452Z

    VERY good! It bodges on filteted/firewall-dropped ports (unlike plain nmap) but handy, oled friendly and plenty eye-candy!

  89. Larry O'Leary-avatar

    Seems like any activity on the device interrupts the scan. For example, screen goes dark, scan is stopped but make you think it is completed. Get a message notification from another app, scan is interrupted and you must stay again. Additionally, it doesn't even find open ports.

  90. Robert Hughes-avatar

    I have quite a few hosts on my home network. The first 3 scans only found 2 hosts. Each scan after that would find one more hosts. After about 6 or 7 scans, it still didn't find all the hosts. All hosts allow icmp.

  91. Krzysztof Kajak-avatar

    Krzysztof Kajak

    2016-12-15T23:40:32.720Z

    Waiting for more features ;)

  92. A Google user-avatar

    Didn't find ports that other scanners did. Not accurate.

  93. asai tasai-avatar

    Super

  94. Eliseo Garcia-avatar

    nice

  95. Parker Reed-avatar

    Scans fast and I love the dark theme

  96. David Ritter-avatar

    As advertised, nice app

  97. Dan Gorby-avatar

    Wow this is INSANELY fast! Amazing work!

  98. Jaroslav Jaroslavsson-avatar

    Jaroslav Jaroslavsson

    2016-11-22T01:32:10.195Z

    Each time it scan a host it tries to send email. Why? Uninstalled.

  99. Albert Radzanowski-avatar

    Albert Radzanowski

    2016-11-19T06:52:33.294Z

    Very nice I like it thanks.