Suite of tools to use IP addresses to analyze network traffic and capture data
Windows 95 / Windows XP / Windows 98 SE / Windows 98 / Windows NT / Windows ME / Windows 2000
The IP Sniffer is a useful piece of software that allows the user to monitor and analyze the traffic on their network. Essentially, the software is a comprehensive package of IP Tools that are built specifically around a packet sniffer. The IP Sniffer provides users with an efficient process that can be used to detect possible intrusions on their network. Users of this software will be able to detect whether or not an unauthorized user has gained, or attempted to gain access to their system.
In addition to preventing attacks from malicious users, IP Sniffer can also be used to filter out particular types of content or connections from the network. This can be used to limit a particular user's access to certain types of content, such as preventing your child from accessing adult content on the internet. It can also be used to increase the security of the network, or to prevent connection to specific sites or messaging services.
IP Sniffer is compatible with all versions of Windows, but does require either the raw socket implementations of Windows 2000, WinPcap, or an NDIS protocol. However, once the additional software is properly configured, IP Sniffer can instantly get to work monitoring the traffic on your network for malicious activity. With the use of this software, users are able to feel more in control of what comes in and out of their network. If you want to gain maximum control over what can make its way to your system, then give this software a try.