Packet Sniffer

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Sniffer - Packet sniffer and protocol analyzer.
MSN Sniffer - Monitor MSN messenger sessions.
Password Sniffer - Monitor password usage.
HTTP Sniffer - Capture Internet web traffic on LAN.
Network Monitoring - Monitor your network traffic.


Internet Security

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Improve your Internet security and protect yourself from being attached.

Although you cannot make it completely immune to attacks, there are ways to improve the overall security of your system to make it less vulnerable. To help you improve your system's security, we have developed a method for evaluating your security risks, security practices that you can implement, and training courses for managers and technical personnel. We also have information on how to develop your own computer security incident response team or expand the skills of a team you already have.

The United States Secret Service (USSS) and the CERT Coordination Center are currently analyzing network, system, and database compromises committed by malicious insiders. We are conducting an anonymous survey of critical infrastructure sector organizations in order to gauge the current prevalence of insider intrusions. We encourage participation by heads of information security, or by individuals who are most knowledgeable about any network, data, or system intrusions in such organizations.

How can a network sniffer improve your Internet Security?

A network sniffer listens passively on your LAN, and captures any suspect packet. In this way, the sniffer could act as a Network Intrusion Detection System.


Related Sniffer & Network Monitoring Software:

HTTP Sniffer - Capture HTTP packets, monitor Internet web traffic, and show URL visited by LAN users.
Password Sniffer - Monitor password from HTTP, email (SMTP/POP3), FTP, TELNET on LAN.
Packet Sniffer - Capture network packets and provide view for full TCP conversations and UDP threads.
MSN Sniffer & Monitor - Capture MSN messenger chat and conversations on your network.