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SoftPerfect Network Protocol Analyzer

Easily Monitor All LAN Data Traffic

$99
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Platforms: Windows 2000, XP, 2003, 2008, Vista (x32, x64), 7 (x32, x64)
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Has your network been acting up recently? Do you suspect bandwidth abuse, or a particularly nasty bit of malware that's sending sensitive data out to who-knows-where? Would you like to investigate, but lack the free time to tackle the learning curve of some complex network management utility? Never fear, SoftPerfect Network Protocol Analyzer helps you to examine your network traffic, quickly, easily, and without pain!

SoftPerfect Network Protocol Analyzer is the perfect tool for analyzing, debugging, maintaining, and monitoring traffic on your local network and Internet connection! With SoftPerfect Network Protocol Analyzer, all data is inspected and presented for your review in an intuitive, easily understood format. No protocol is safe from SoftPerfect Network Protocol Analyzer -- the app easily tackles full decoding of low level protocols such as AH, ARP, ESP, ICMP, ICMPv6, IGMP, IP, IPv6, IPX, LLC, MSG, REVARP, RIP, SAP, SER, SNAP, SPX, TCP and UDP. The utility also performs full reconstruction of top-level protocols such as HTTP, SMTP, POP, IMAP, FTP, TELNET and others.

Have you given up on trying to monitor network traffic because the overall amount of data is simply overwhelming? Well, with SoftPerfect Network Protocol Analyzer, you'll be able to configure filters that will limit your view to only those specific traffic patterns that you wish to analyze! You can even build your own network packets that you can use to check your network's vulnerability to attacks and intrusion!

This promotion includes the following:
SoftPerfect Network Protocol Analyzer (Single Computer License) ($99)
SoftPerfect Network Protocol Analyzer (Up to Ten Computers License) ($500)
SoftPerfect Network Protocol Analyzer (Site License) ($1000)
Review Written by Derek Lee
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Roberto i tryed this and while changing the combobox from my wifi card to my lan card, got a blue screen.

no more ip stack locations

i had to restore my system to a previous point. Im on winxp sp3.
Dec 4 2011 at 3:12am Copy Link
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Genie au Travail A question to the developpers:
Do you have plans to add wifi support?
Dec 4 2011 at 9:27am Copy Link
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Andrew Lock @Roberto Porcar: unfortunately this is a technical issue, but it cannot be avoided easily. It means there are more network filtering drivers already installed on your system (some might have come with antivirus and firewall) and our protocol analyzer falls flat to install its own driver. I am afraid you can't do anything about it.

@Genie au Travai: basically the application can capture TCP/IP traffic from most wireless cards, however it does not have any wireless specific features (channel list, signal levels, control frames). It also cannot capture wireless traffic in promiscuous mode. There are no currently no plans to support these features.
SoftPerfect Research - Dec 4 2011 at 5:42pm Copy Link
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Allan Winston On this issue that Roberto brought up of getting the BSOD, is this only an issue when changing protocols? If it is an issue during routine use, is there a way using Task Manager or other utilities that I can determine whether my Norton Internet Security is already running a network filtering driver?

I am considering buying thru BitsduJour today and my purchase would depend on your answer.
Dec 7 2011 at 6:33am Copy Link
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Steven Avery Hi Folks,

Just a thought. If an overload of network filtering drivers can cause a problem so serious that it requires a System Restore (which is not always activated) .. shouldn't there be a little utility that checks about those drivers first and warns about possible overload if it finds "many"? (Granted there would be some guessing.) Due to the seriousness of the problem. Anyway, a consideration.

From my limited tries and such, I like SoftPerfect, and they have a real forum. If I ran the network at work and was in that tech aspect I would try it out (Network Bits should be two days by nature ..." I'll try it at work tomorrow").

And the Print Inspector product would make a nice Bits in the future. That one I would load for sure and try, the Windows native spool drivers are so rinky-dink, both on single use or network viewing.

Steven
Dec 7 2011 at 8:40pm Copy Link
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