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Giveaway of the day — Colasoft MAC Scanner v2.2

Colasoft MAC Scanner Pro is a scan tool used to scan IP address and MAC address.
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User rating: 262 (36%) 465 (64%) 47 comments

Colasoft MAC Scanner v2.2 was available as a giveaway on December 15, 2011!

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Colasoft MAC Scanner Pro is a scan tool used to scan IP address and MAC address. It can automatically detect all subnets according to the IP addresses configured on multiple NICs of a machine and scan the MAC addresses and IP addresses of defined subnets as your need. Multi-thread scanning your local network and gathering a list of the MAC addresses with corresponding IP addresses.

Colasoft Mac Scanner Pro makes network administrators work more efficient by letting you know exactly who is the user and where is the computer.

Note that the best improvement idea for Colasoft Mac Scanner will be rewarded with a life time license for Colasoft Mac Scanner including future updates. Use Idea Informer widget to submit your feedback and do not forget to fill in your name and e-mail – otherwise the Developer will not be able to contact you in case you are the one to win!

System Requirements:

Windows 2000/ XP/ 2003/ Vista/ 7

Publisher:

Colasoft

Homepage:

http://www.colasoft.com/mac_scanner/

File Size:

7.33 MB

Price:

$99.00

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#47

#32, #33, #37, #38:

"We would like to allow..." vs. "we (do) allow...":

Does conditional statement equal affirmative statement?

I bet you would like it so, but no.

You and all the people who voted "yes" to your comments, as well as those who voted down Ken's comment (#31):
- "You would like to be right" but "you are wrong".

GOTD's Terms and conditions: "[...] Strictly personal usage."

LICENCE

After activation, licence is: "Single Seat Perpetual License", which means "A Single Seat Perpetual License grants you the right to install and use the SOFTWARE PRODUCT on a single machine and provide access for an unlimited number of individuals." (EULA 2.b.i)

Then, it's hard to tell in which definition stipulated in EULA 1.a (Free Edition) or 1.e (Commercial Edition) the licence falls into.

But, the word individuals certainly does not refer to any commercial entity, as defined in the preamble:
"This License Agreement is a legal contract between you (either as an individual or as an entity) and Colasoft Co., Ltd. [...]"

If I understand well, this product is good only for home users.
***

This product has only one function for only one computer. It may be worth it but I fail to see its value (and the steep price tag), and why it needs 13 MB disk space.

Reply   |   Comment by not  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#46

I cannot connect to the activation site. I have only 30 minutes left. Please extend the deadline.

Reply   |   Comment by Ira  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#45

For simple networks: If one has a router that is acting as DHCP master for the entire network, all that information is available for free by logging into the router's console and looking at the DHCP Client Table.

Reply   |   Comment by Harrym  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#44

This software installed flawlessly, registered without a hitch, and does exactly what it was designed to do in a clear straight-forward way. Well Designed! And I'm REALLY impressed with all the informational as well as instructional material that was easily accessed on the web site. Thanks so much for sharing this useful software!

Reply   |   Comment by Cin Bres  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#43

@Freeloaders - this site is not a place for you to soak up freebies and then complain when the offering is not to your taste. It is a platform for developers to field test product. If you do not understand the cost of developing enterprise solutions, or if you don't have a "Mac", please do not clutter this forum with your nonsense. I for one can make no use of this fine offering and so I shall make no other comment.

Reply   |   Comment by Clint  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#42

Basic network scanner. Worked well on my home network. Fast scanning. Returned the MAC addresses of all my network devices where other scanners fail on one or more (including all mentioned above but I didn't try LoriotPro). It even found my Xbox IP and MAC addresses. You can get IP and MAC address info from your router or if you have Windows7, as Fubar mentioned, "Network and Sharing Center/Show all map" gives you lots of network device info.

Now, is Colasoft Mac Scanner useful to a home user? If you only have one computer, no. If you have multiple devices like myself on your home network, maybe. I use network scanners at home because my router doesn't support "IP reservations" (as Fubar said, get a good one). So whenever devices are shutdown, say like a power outage, IP addresses change requiring a scan so I can fix problems with my Web/Ftp server, network mappings, RDP, Telnet, HOST files, etc.

Colasoft does other a freeware version but it didn't "see" my Xbox where the giveaway version did (also contains a big ad).

Proper planning and documentation eliminates the need for progams like this.

Does what it states but thumbs down because of the cost.

Reply   |   Comment by Mattie  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#41

You can have a list of machines with IP and MAC addresses on Windows with the basic command: "arp -a" on the command line. No tool or payment needed in addition to the Windows license. This includes subnets on all configured adapters. Commercial use possible without need of a special license.
This information is for those of you who need to check the ARP tables on machines without "Mac Scanner Pro" installed.

Reply   |   Comment by Olray  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#40

@28

Agree with you except bad comedy is acceptable and even welcome. This isn't a funeral. ; )

Reply   |   Comment by Helen  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#39

@Ken #31 - In the first comment, from Colasoft:
"Considering the special functions of Colasoft Mac Scanner Pro, we would like to allow the commercial usage and hope it will help network administrators in their daily work."

The readme file was not updated for this special situation.

Reply   |   Comment by Socks  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#38

@ Ken # 31

You must have missed the phrase "...we would like to allow the commercial usage..." in post # 1 by Colasoft.

That's probably why your comment is getting downvoted... By the end of the promotion day it might even beat Helen's (# 24) with her "McDonalds address" LOL!

Reply   |   Comment by WTF  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+14)
#37

#12 Tranmontane: Programs aimed at a narrow group of users are fine (even if you or I don't happen to need or want them). It really isn't wasting a day, and there is a lot of merit to offering something LIKE this rather than just another Kwanzaa screen saver or database that can only index one thing in one narrowly defined way. The real problem is that this program just doesn't do very much and there are plenty of free programs that do more than this and do what little that this one claims to do much better. The $99 price just adds to the absurdity, as if we are to believe that it is somehow good because it has a high price on it. So yes, I agree that today's offering was a waste of a day and I hope it is never offered again, but not because it is for a small niche group of users. Some of the best offerings that I have seen on here are for a small niche group of users, while the ones aimed at the broadest base of users seem to me to usually be the most minimal and poorest offerings, and often no more than bait-and-switch advertisements for pricey "upgrades" to other versions of the same program which have the features that turn out to be needed to make the software really useable.

Reply   |   Comment by Mark Fordworth  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#36

#22 bepolite: Wireshark listens, it doesn't scan. While you can infer the IP and MAC address of active devices, and eventually you should see everything if it is responding to ARP polling on the network, this may take a while and you still have to organize the raw information. I use Wireshark (and Ethereal on some older systems), but having a scanner is a handy tool when you need to get a quick look at what is out there, or to rediscover just what IP address you stuck that access point on so you can log into it and make a few quick changes to settings (I can never remember where I have mine hiding). But this software doesn't do as good a job of that as many of the free programs already offered.

Reply   |   Comment by Mark Fordworth  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#35

WTF, people, are you all neoLuddites?

As a home user, I'm always desperately trying to find something that'll keep track of the devices in my house.

So, okay, probably most of you don't have your parent's house on your local network with a VPN.

But don't you have more than one device in your house? Cable/DSL modem, router/switch, your personal computer, your SO's computer, multiple smartphones, gaming systems, TiVos, media players, home Server/SAN...yes, *I* have all of these, but don't you have more than one?

Do you have WiFi? Is it protected and sealed, or do you have people strolling by and using your bandwidth for porn...or perhaps your neighbour...

C'mon, people, this isn't 1982 anymore; a house without at least a 5 port router isn't doing it right.

(will check out the software when I get home; but yes, *I* appreciate hearing from the people who haven't got a clue why they'd need this...)

Reply   |   Comment by Jadawin  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#34

It installed and registered easily enough. It runs. But it is amazingly limited in what it does, particularly at the suggested price. I use and recommend the completely free and much more powerful Nmap, which can scan a range of IP addresses like this does but also so much more.

This program did find all my active devices, but failed to identify the manufacturer by MAC address of any of them. That seems strange since I have several HP and Compaq laptops on the network, a Desktop with an Asus motherboard and integrated nic, another desktop with a popular brand nic, and a LG blu-ray player, as well as a Dlink router and a Belkin access point. All were seen, none were identified from the MAC address. Given that this hundred dollar program doesn't seem to do anything else that the free ones do, even port scan, I would have expected it to be at least as good as the free ones with what little it tries to do.

Reply   |   Comment by Mark Fordworth  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#33

@#31
NOTE: Comment #1
"....Considering the special functions of Colasoft Mac Scanner Pro, we would like to allow the commercial usage and hope it will help network administrators in their daily work...."

Very decent of them...Don't ya think ???

Reply   |   Comment by Chrias Roy Jackson  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#32

#31 Ken - Please READ entry #1 before you go posting any more of Your thoughts.

Entry #1: Comment by Colasoft — December 15th, 2011 at 3:00 am: "... we would like to allow the commercial usage and hope it will help network administrators in their daily work. ..."

Reply   |   Comment by Peter C.  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#31

For all of the self-described network administrators who have downloaded and installed today's offering, how are you getting around the following line contained in the readme.txt file?
"Strictly non-commercial usage"

It appears to me that the only folks who are legally able to use this product are home users, and I'm not convinced of the value of this product for home use... OK, maybe if I lived in the Duggars' house and all 19 kids had their own computer...

Reply   |   Comment by Ken  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-30)
#30

To #27
Nice good guy, Willy!
You just spared me the time to express just your same feelings and suggestions.
Hopefully all "commenters" will adhere to your common sense post.
Oh, well, I said "hopefully" - wait and see...

Reply   |   Comment by El Coyote  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-17)
#29

This is a tool for network administrators, you can read the comments from those who are. There's a lot of grousing from home users, so I'll address some features which some users may not be aware of. I'll restrict my comments to Windows 7, XP and Vista simply don't have the same networking tools (Vista has some).

In the first place, you really need a pretty recent high-quality name-brand router. I can't emphasize enough how big a difference that makes. Routers are not the same at all. I'm done with off-brand cheap routers. The router itself will have all sorts of information about IP and MAC addresses, etc.

In Windows 7, there are 3 main sources of information about your (home) network. First, it has an amazing network troubleshooter. I almost never bother to figure out network problems anymore, I just run the troubleshooter and it tells me exactly what to do.

Second, there's Network, usually on the Start menu. This will show you the devices on your network. Some are hardware, some are software. A fancy router may show up as multiple devices. In general, if you right-click hardware devices and select Properties, the Property page will show you the device name, the manufacturer with a link to their home page, the device model with a link to that specific webpage on the manufacturer's site, the model number, the device webpage on the device itself, the serial number, the MAC address, the unique identifier, and the IP address. If devices don't show up, there's generally a problem. Try refreshing the list. It may mean that you simply need to power everything down, then power things back up.

The third useful tool is in the Network and Sharing Center. Near the top-right is See full map. Win7 will draw a diagram of what your network looks like and how your devices are connected. Again, this is highly dependent upon having a good router. The device tooltips will display the device name, the IPv4 address, the IPv6 address (if relevant), and the MAC address. As above, you can right-click and select Properties for additional information. The device webpages will depend upon the devices themselves. Routers usually have tons of information and options. My network TV tuners display the company and device names, model number, device ID, firmware version, and provide links for downloading drivers and installation instructions.

Reply   |   Comment by Fubar  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#28

Please People,

Unless You have found a fault or bug (like #8) or you have something POSiTiVE to contribute or suggest, then please dont ruin this site for the rest of us who do appreciate the efforts that GOTD go to to keep this site up and attracting new promotions on a daily basis.

Posting innane comments / paranoid rants / bad attempts at comedy / attacks against GOTD / or senseless comments of this sort "I couldn't use it, why was it offered?

Really people You're all supposed to be adults on this site or at least act like adults and the rest of us who appreciate the site don't want to know why you didn't install a program, UNLESS You experienced problems installing the program.

Reply   |   Comment by Wally  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+47)
#27

I have been using SoftPerfect Network Scanner (free) for my home network for some years. It is invaluable and is certainly not for hacking other networks. It gives me all the info which today's $99 giveaway supplies, plus Logged user, OS, Disk drives, Uptime, etc. I see no reason to keep the Colasoft MAC scanner.

Reply   |   Comment by GMac01  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)
#26

Another scanner to add to the toolbox. Poor value proposition (if you were to pay the $99) - lots of free stuff out there (some of the best are already listed above) - lots of stuff that will do more.

I regularly use scanners in a classroom setting to find inappropriately moved equipment & disfunctional NICs. It's also really useful to see if somebody swapped a NIC in a classroom where the NICs are standardized for specific reasons.

It is possible to download the IEEE MAC OUI prefix database as a text file http://standards.ieee.org/develop/regauth/oui/oui.txt and do a search through it - this file is always in the same location and is updated regularly. There's also a fast online lookup at http://standards.ieee.org/develop/regauth/oui/public.html.

For real usefulness, need to have the ability to annotate database, do regular OUI database updates, WOL, full port scanning and correct interrogation of RIP, WINS and other protocols. Especially with classless IPv4, if the routers & workstations are set up appropriately, it should be possible to scan neighbouring and subsidiary subnets as well. If you are asking for $99, I would think that you would be supporting IPv6.

I hate to say this, but why is Colasoft passing off a "first effort" product as worthy of this price point? Reminds me of the issues with a previous offering.

Reply   |   Comment by CompNetTeach  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+46)
#25

#6 softwarejunkie


Dude, this is an extremely BASIC software as it scans only the local subnet and doesn’t provide any port scanning option to pinpoint which ports are open.

Hackers with heavy “balls” use much more advanced tools than this to hack into a victim’s mchine(I personally know a couple of them which I can’t mention here for obvious reasons!!).

So don’t worry about that....LOL!

That being said...

....honestly for what I can see, I can’t figure out the usefulness of this tool, taking into account that NETWORK ADMINISTRATORS use much more advanced tools than this for their daily network scan operations, and most of GAOTD readers here are just PC home users.

Anyway, for those interested in deepening their knowledge on this fascinating field, I recommend using the following more complete freeware instead:


* LanSpy

Download:
http://www.softpedia.com/get/Network-Tools/Network-IP-Scanner/LanSpy.shtml

Screenshots:
http://www.softpedia.com/progScreenshots/LanSpy-Screenshot-21200.html


* NetworkMiner

Download:
http://www.softpedia.com/get/Network-Tools/Network-Information/NetworkMiner.shtml

Screenshots:
http://www.softpedia.com/progScreenshots/NetworkMiner-Screenshot-149105.html


And to decide what action to take in order to make your network more secure, give these 2 tools a try to see how handy they may be for you:


http://www.softpedia.com/get/Network-Tools/Network-IP-Scanner/Intrusion-detection-system-Sax2-Free.shtml

http://www.softpedia.com/get/Network-Tools/Network-IP-Scanner/IP-Pig-Port-Scanner.shtml


Cheers from Italy!!

Reply   |   Comment by Giovanni  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+48)
#24

If I need a McDonalds address, I simply use Google or look in the "Yellow Pages". Don't need software to find a nearby Mac address.

Reply   |   Comment by Helen  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-52)
#23

Have the capability of changing the MAC address

Reply   |   Comment by Jay G  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-26)
#22

check with http://www.wireshark.org/
everything is there for free.

Reply   |   Comment by bepolite  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+13)
#21

I don't like to give an unknown piece of software free reign through my firewall for an activation. I'm not sure I will take the trouble of doing it by e-mail. Bad choice as far as I'm concerned. At least offer a page on your website where people can fill in an e-mail address resulting in an immediate activation mail. But asking people to send a mail... really?

If people are interested in a pretty powerful network monitor/analyser take a look at LoriotPro at http://www.loriotpro.com/

Even the free version can do a lot!

Reply   |   Comment by Ben  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#20

Mac address?? When *I* want to address my Mac, it's usually "oh no, crashed again" and followed by a curse for Steve Jobs to burn in the place he no doubt already is...

Why would I need a program for that??

(Wow. Tough audience)

Reply   |   Comment by No Penn State  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-55)
#19

Hello,
I guess that wireshark does all this for free.
If I'm wrong, let me know.
http://www.wireshark.org/

Reply   |   Comment by bepolite  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)
#18

#21, your right. Never can have too many tools. Heck, even having "scanners" on your ANDROID phone comes in handy when dealing with WLN's. I kinda like the ones that can "take over" a wireless network and intercept it's packets (for troubleshooting ofcourse). Some nice tools out there and lots of them FREE.

Reply   |   Comment by tc1uscg  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-18)
#17

Hey Terry@14, I think Storch@13 was making a 1337 phunny. o_O

I need all the tools like this I can find. I install and maintain
all sorts of T1, DSL, cable and G3 data links, VPN and simple networks.
When I'm on the phone with tech support with someone who speaks mostly
English, I need to be able to tell them WTF, "What's The Function" all the time and tools like this help.

Reply   |   Comment by Uncle Monster  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#16

@ Stortch # 13

This should address your "curiosity" with reference to the (real) meaning of the term "MAC": http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MAC_address

@ ric # 10

Relax man, this is not more dangerous that crossing the road to buy groceries... If you do not need this tool just leave it at that, there is no point in transmitting unwarranted paranoid feelings to others.

Reply   |   Comment by WTF  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+34)
#15

@14... Anyone who doesn't know what a MAC address is doesn't need this anyway.

Reply   |   Comment by Mark J  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+62)
#14

@13... Everyone has a Mac Address
Thanks GOTD

Reply   |   Comment by Terry  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+46)
#13

Don't need this, I don't have a Mac

Reply   |   Comment by Stortch  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-158)
#12

From the comments, I'm sure it's a reasonable programme -- but why would GAOTD "waste" a day offering something that only a very, very narrow segment of this community find useful?

It makes me ponder the process -- does GAOTD seek out programme developers, and offer them a platform for a day or, as seems more likely, do developers come to GAOTD with a product they want to promote?

If that is the case, doesn't GAOTD have "dozens" of other more-useful programmes it could choose from, to please more than the select few?

Not a complaint -- just a suggestion....

Reply   |   Comment by Tranmontane  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-41)
#11

This is probably not going to be useful for the average / home user. But for us IT type professionals, this is a nice tool. I have AngryIP Scanner also, you can never have too many tools in your tool bag. I have been a user of the free version of this program for many years. I find it does a great job of doing what it advertises, finding all the MAC addresses on a LAN. When building access control list (ACL) based on MAC's, this tool is tops in my book. The database feature is nice and not having to see the Ads that are in the free version is also great. Not sure $99 is a fair price for this version, add OUI lookup based on MAC then that might be worth it.

Reply   |   Comment by TimeOverMatter  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+15)
#10

Not for me.
Not a network administrator and no network to scan.

This is probably a dangerous toy.
If you use it to scan sensitive sites, can it get you into serious trouble?
In these post-911 days, even if you can get off the hook, the hassle of explaining and lawyers fees would be a bit much. What if you live in a country where the regime is not interested to hear your explanations.

Reply   |   Comment by ric  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-52)
#9

This is extremely basic. It scans the local subnet and reports name of PC and MAC. It lists the name of the NIC vendor if it has it listed in its database - except that the list of NIC vendors if very short and therefore not very useful. Other free products from other vendors have longer lists.

There is no port scanning to see which ports are open. Other tools will allow you to test various ports, so you can see if the device is a printer or has a web interface etc.

So this tool is just listing the names of devices and their IP/MAC on the local subnet, but doesnt provide any other tool or feature.

I don't see any use for this. Use softperfect's netscan instead.

Reply   |   Comment by lemonadesoda  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+25)
#8

I found a bug. I have two desktops, Vista and W7. They are members of the same workgroup. I installed the programme on the W7. Mac Scanner however did not find the correct name for the W7 workgroup, but gave the name of the computer itself instead.

Reply   |   Comment by gergn  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)
#7

After playing a bit with the program, I must say that my 1st comment was a bit excessive. The import function works perfectly and the program does its job.

The mention of angryip : angryip is considered by many antivirus as hacking tool. Cain & Abel, another free tool, is providing many more functions in addition.

Nevertheless, to monitor a small network rapidly, Colasoft MAC scanner is sufficient.

Reply   |   Comment by raz  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+23)
#6

This works fine and could be used for the purpose described but programs like this and 'angry ip scanner' as already mentioned are more often used as hack tools. With just a couple of command prompts using ip addresses found, a person can hack into other computers.

As a caveat, you should read the legal implications section here for those considering scanning for kicks:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Port_scanner

Also, some advanced users can get pretty nasty to people scanning their ip. Some will nuke (attack) your computer.

Reply   |   Comment by softwarejunkie  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)
#5

Pretty basic too (especially bearing in mind the retail price tag).

A small suggestion to the developer: Add an editable column like "User Text", or (alternatively) make the "Hostname" and "Manufacturer" columns/fields editable.

Sometime adding "friendly names" could turn out to be pretty handy!

Reply   |   Comment by WTF  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+41)
#4

It is ok.

A free alternative is available : http://www.angryip.org/

Plenty of tools on the net can also be used instead.

Reply   |   Comment by Emma Roberts  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+67)
#3

The import function (database part) does not work.
Quite basic program. The programer has spend more time in the copy protection than in the program itself.

Reply   |   Comment by raz  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+31)
#2

While this product is useful to a VERY limited and select user group, for what it does, it does fairly well with limited resources and harddrive space requirements. However, since most network administrators already have to have such a product, and most networks come with such a product (although more limited) for free, I would have rather seen something like the nChronos product having been offered on GAOTD. But thanks for sharing.

Reply   |   Comment by Greg  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+24)
#1

Dear GOTD readers,

Thank you very much for your interests in Colasoft product.

Considering the special functions of Colasoft Mac Scanner Pro, we would like to allow the commercial usage and hope it will help network administrators in their daily work.

Any suggestion or feedback will be appreciated, you can just leave a comment here or contact us directly at support[at]colasoft.com.

You are also welcomed to try and test other Colasoft software at Colasoft official website.

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