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Download version 3.2.1 below or browse all 3.x releases


Make sure you have Oracle Java or OpenJDK installed - check your distribution. GCJ is not recommended.

DEB and RPM packages will install appropriate 'desktop' files, so Angry IP Scanner will appear in the applications menu, under either Internet or Networking. Alternatively, you can just type ipscan to launch the application.

Jar files are launched by either double-clicking or typing java -jar jar-file.


Download version 3.2.1 below or browse all 3.x releases


The zip file contains Mac application bundle: just save to your drive, then double-click to extract the application.

You can then run it by double-clicking the Angry IP Scanner icon. Drag it to the applications menu in Finder if you want it to be accessible from there.



Download version 3.2.1 below or browse all 3.x releases

Make sure you have Java installed.

Note that 32 or 64-bit refers to the version of Java that you have installed, not the operating system. Most Windows machines (even 64-bit) have 32-bit Java. Download the installer if you are unsure.


This is an older generation of Angry IP Scanner.

Download version 2.21 below (120 kb) or browse all 2.x releases

If you get warnings about viruses or trojans, read this FAQ entry and please sign the petition.

No installation is needed. However, you may use the Install program... from the Utils menu in order to create shortcuts, etc.

Version information

Cross-platform - version 3.x

Version 3.x is the completely new cross-platform implementation of Angry IP Scanner. Binaries are provided for Linux, Mac, and Windows.

Please make sure you have Java installed on your system - it is required to run Angry IP Scanner.

Browse all 3.x releases

Version 3.x is released under GPL v2 license.

Windows-only - version 2.x

Version 2.x is an older generation of Angry IP Scanner for Windows only.

Browse all 2.x releases

Version 2.x is free to download, use, and modify.

Source Code

The source code is available on Github.

You need to clone the following URL: git:// See Development page for more information.

Source code of older 2.x versions is available in the ipscan2 branch on Github. Please note, however, that it has nothing in common with current, version 3.x code.

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