doscan 0.3.3-1 source package in Ubuntu

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doscan (0.3.3-1) unstable; urgency=low


  * New upstream version
  * Use autotools_dev

 -- Florian Weimer <email address hidden>  Sat, 25 Oct 2014 15:52:02 +0200

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Florian Weimer on 2014-10-25
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Original maintainer:
Florian Weimer
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Section:
net
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Bionic release on 2017-10-24 universe net
Artful release on 2017-04-20 universe net
Xenial release on 2015-10-22 universe net

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doscan_0.3.3-1.dsc 1.3 KiB 29ab807a068df22e7494fc9db644beaa08050b4bfd1a02f5be9489c52a26c6e8
doscan_0.3.3.orig.tar.gz 130.3 KiB ae8f1f0669ff8cb168914dc5a855e4c132a272d82d4161d3b146af04e47a686f
doscan_0.3.3-1.diff.gz 1.7 KiB 7a832e2c45e8df06f7c81fef892bcfdf28bb9b3320feaa9e907979c4df4e13eb

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Binary packages built by this source

doscan: port scanner for discovering services on large networks

 doscan is a tool to discover TCP services on your network. It is
 designed for scanning a single ports on a large network. doscan
 contacts many hosts in parallel, using standard TCP sockets provided
 by the operating system. It is possible to send strings to remote
 hosts, and collect the banners they return.
 .
 There are better tools for scanning many ports on a small set of
 hosts, for example nmap.

doscan-dbgsym: debug symbols for package doscan

 doscan is a tool to discover TCP services on your network. It is
 designed for scanning a single ports on a large network. doscan
 contacts many hosts in parallel, using standard TCP sockets provided
 by the operating system. It is possible to send strings to remote
 hosts, and collect the banners they return.
 .
 There are better tools for scanning many ports on a small set of
 hosts, for example nmap.