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NMapGUI-Advance Graphical User Interface For NMAP

Written by Mubassir patel

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NMapGUI is an advanced graphical user interface for NMap network analysis tool. It allows to extend and ease the typical usage of NMap by providing a visual and fast interface with the application

If you have any questions about NMapGUI usage or want to get in contact with me, please visit:

Features

  • Cross-platform (You can use it on Linux, Windows, MacOs, etc.)
  • Multiple command execution at the same time.
  • Standard NMap output.
  • HTML report NMap output.
  • Interactive traceroute graph output
  • Saving output as XML.
  • Output minimizing, maximizing and deleting.
  • Menu to find most of nmap options and your system’s scripts.
  • Start and stop the webapp at any moment.

Zenmap vs NMapGUI

Zenmap NMapGUI
Multiple parallel commands ?
Option menu ?
ᴺᴱᵂ System’s script list ?
Automatic HTML report ?
Pretty interface ?
Graph output ✨✅✨
Unnecessary tabs and menus ?
Installation method Installer Portable
Cross-platform Compiled⁽*⁾ Unique jar⁽*⁾

* Compiled: Custom file for each OS

* Unique jar: Unique file for any OS

Screenshots

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Installation

For the moment, NMapGUI can’t be installed, it’s just a compressed java jar application.

So just go to the releases page and download the latest zip, unzip it and enjoy NMapGUI! On progress: Menu creation

Usage

Starting the application

For the moment, you will have to execute the jar file. If you have java properly configured in your system, it should work just by double-clicking the jar file. Otherwise, you will have to launch it with your console. For that I recommend the following command on Linux:

nohup java -jar nmapGUI-0.6.1-snapshot.jar $

as it will let you close the console and still use the app.

Visit our wiki to find out how to use NMapGUI

About the author

Mubassir patel

Mubassir is a founder and developer of this site. He is a computer science engineer. He has a very deep interest in ethical hacking, penetration testing, website development and including all technology topic.

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