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Category: Network Monitoring

Open Leak Prevention Test Tool
Added 2006-06-15
by Sharon Besser
The Open Leak Prevention Test Tool is an open source, freely distributed tool and methodology that were developed and maintained by PortAuthority Technologies Inc in order to measure the accuracy, effectiveness and detection capabilities of content filtering technologies used by Information Leak Prevention and Content Monitoring and Filtering products to prevent information leaks and ensure corporate and regulatory compliance.

OS-SIM
Added 2006-06-02
by Dominique Karg
OSSIM aims to unify network monitoring, security, correlation, and qualification in one single tool. It combines Snort, Acid, HotSaNIC, NTOP, OpenNMS, nmap, nessus, and rrdtool to provide the user with full control over every aspect of networking or security.

SwitchSniffer
Added 2006-05-20
by Gordon Ahn
>>> Overview SwitchSniffer is a program that can scan your switched LAN for up hosts and can reroute and collect all packets without the target users' recognition. It can also detect the ‘arpspoofer’ program running on the network and block user definable sessions like firewall. If you use this program in tandem with any sniffer program, you can capture and see the users’ IDs and passwords on a switched network. That is, SwitchSniffer enables you to monitor all the packets and all the hosts on a switch network. >>> SwitchSniffer has the following features: SwitchSniffer can poll and collect all the packets on the switched LAN. SwitchSniffer can scan and display the active hosts on the LAN quickly, and automatically. While spoofing ARP tables, SwitchSniffer can act as another gateway (or ip-forwarder) without other users' recognition on the LAN.' It can collect and forward packets by selecting inbound, outbound, and both to be sent to the Internet. An ARP table is recovered automatically in about 30 seconds. But, SwitchSniffer can keep spoofing continuously by updating the target computer’s ARP table more frequently. If one or more network interface cards are installed on a computer, you can choose which NIC you would like SwitchSniffer to scan and spoof through. SwitchSniffer can display information about the amount of data transferred to and from the internet. SwitchSniffer can detect if any computer on the LAN is running an ‘arpspoofer’ program. SwitchSniffer can filter: sessions, local hosts, and remote hosts. The installation of the ‘winpcap’ driver is not necessary for SwitchSniffer. SwitchSniffer can manage the local hosts based on MAC Address. SwitchSniffer can act as a plug-and-played router. SwitchSniffer can export the data of view into an excel file. >>> SwitchSniffer has the following benefits: SwitchSniffer can find the hidden hosts on the LAN, which is not found by IP-Scanners. SwitchSniffer can find if abnormal hosts are connected to your wireless network. SwitchSniffer protects your network from abnormal users. SwitchSniffer can check if there are abnormal packets on the LAN. SwitchSniffer allows you to capture user IDs, passwords, chat sessions and web sessions etc., on the switched network through the use of a sniffer application. SwitchSniffer can block the local hosts based on MAC Address. SwitchSniffer can resolve the problem of IP Collision. SwitchSniffer can find out the country name by ip address on remote. SwitchSniffer enables you to monitor all the packets on a switch network.

OSSEC
Added 2006-05-12
by Daniel B. Cid
OSSEC HIDS is an Open Source Host-based Intrusion Detection System. It performs log analysis and correlation, integrity checking, rootkit detection, time-based alerting and active response. It runs on most operating systems, including Linux, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, Solaris and Windows.

GNMS - Gnome Network Management System
Added 2006-03-26
by David Maciejak
GNMS is a tool to monitor state of network elements

Network Equipment Performance Monitor
Added 2006-03-16
by Nova Software, Inc.
NEPM is a very general, highly configurable, two part software system that monitors any type of logged data from IP networked equipment and reports it via E-mail and web pages. Current conditions and history from systems based on Windows NT/2000 and UNIX can be tracked and reported. Most major server, switch and router systems can be monitored, without running agents on the target systems. Many networks behind separate firewalls can be reported on at one central site, and hard-to-reach isolated nets can be accessed. NEPM itself is system independent and can be hosted on either a UNIX or WinNT system or a combination of these with equal ease. NEPM monitors and reports uptime, critical events such as intrusion attempts, access rates, bytes-transferred rates, and error rates of network nodes. Unique precursor event links drill down instantly to the causes of downtime, intrusion events, etc. Performance graphs highlight element throughput and error rate. Hardware and software sub-systems within nodes are tracked and reported separately but in a common format that makes possible direct comparison. True hardware uptime is reported so that hardware and software performance can be separated from that of the communications links and from each other. Summary reports and alerts aggregate a view of an entire network's status onto a single page. Reports are provided via web pages posted to a web server for instant access to results. E-mailed text alerts provide prompt notification of dangerous conditions. NEPM is managed via a browser interface, providing full local or remote control from anywhere on the network. Use NEPM to increase your network uptime, increase network security, monitor QOS and SLA's, and evaluate new equipment. Equipment monitored can be Windows or Linux/UNIX/FreeBSD servers, or any processor-based system that logs events to non-volatile storage and has a telnet/rlogin/ssh/IP stream-mode interface

ARP Tools
Added 2006-03-10
by Krzysztof Burghardt
ARP Tools is collection of libnet and libpcap based ARP utilities. It currently contains ARP Discover (arpdiscover), an Ethernet scanner based on ARP protocol; ARP Flood (arpflood), an ARP request flooder; and ARP Poison (arppoison), for poisoning switches' MAC address tables.

MSN Protocol Analyzer
Added 2006-03-02
by Gordon Ahn
1. Overview MSNProtocol Analyzer(MSNPAnalyzer) is a network utility that can monitor (or capture, monitor) the sessions of MSN Protocol. If you use this program in conbination with SwitchSniffer program, you can capture and see all the MSNP sessions including conversations and MSN commands. >>>Benefits and Features: -. MSNPAnalyzer can monitor 2 NICs or more at once. -. MSNPAnalyzer can show MSN commands and the procedures of connection. -. MSNPAnalyzer enables you to see all the conversions on the network. -. If MSNPAnalyzer is used in conbination with SwitchSniffer program, You can capture all see all the MSN protocols and conversations. -. It is very easy to make MSNPAnalyzer to work. Just run MSNPAnalyzer on any computer on your network, and start to monitor. -. MSNPAnalyzer parses, decodes, analyzing MSN protocol in real-time. -. MSNPAnalyzer enables you to viewing the contents, commands and sessions of MSN protocol on-the-fly. >>> Who use it? [Developers] &#12288; want to see the MSN protocol including MSN commands to develope the products related to MSN. [Parents] &#12288; Want to know what their children are most concerned? [Company Managers] &#12288; Supervise your employees' chating at work, and conversation for reference later. 2. Getting Started 1) Install this program (MSN Protocol Analyzer). 2) Select Start->Programs->MSN Protocol Analyzer->MSN Protocol Analyzer 3) Just click "Start" button. 4) Looking at the main screen of MSNPAnalyzer.

Access Manager1
Added 2006-02-23
by www.net-pc-spy.com
Access Manager is an award wining software for monitoring the networked computers. This software can be helpful for government organization, companies, schools, colleges etc to monitor the activities on the computers. Its cleverly designed GUI offers you the access to various functions easily. It is very easy to use for both a novice user and an expert user. it allows real time monitoring of employees and continuous tracking of users activities on networked computers. Designed for monitoring employees, workers, students, tracking the usage of public computers in libraries or spying on individual network attached PC. Access Manager is used to track employees activities in organizations that have from two to hundreds networked computers. All monitoring options are configured remotely from a single PC. This employee monitoring software can record activity on all computers in LAN for future advanced analysis with excellent report generation capabilities. Using our PC monitoring software you will increase the productivity of working staff in your company.

SwitchSniffer
Added 2006-02-14
by Gordon Ahn
1. Overview SwitchSniffer is a program that can scan your switched LAN for up hosts and can reroute and collect all packets without the target users' recognition. It can also detect the ‘arpspoofer’ program running on the network and block user definable sessions like firewall. If you use this program in tandem with any sniffer program, you can capture and see the users’ IDs and passwords on a switched network. That is, SwitchSniffer enables you to monitor all the packets and all the hosts on a switch network. SwitchSniffer has the following features: -. SwitchSniffer can poll and collect all the packets on the switched LAN. -. SwitchSniffer can scan and display the active hosts on the LAN quickly, and automatically. -. While spoofing ARP tables, SwitchSniffer can act as another gateway (or ip-forwarder) without other users' recognition on the LAN.' -. It can collect and forward packets by selecting inbound, outbound, and both to be sent to the Internet. -. An ARP table is recovered automatically in about 30 seconds. But, SwitchSniffer can keep spoofing continuously by updating the target computer’s ARP table more frequently. -. If one or more network interface cards are installed on a computer, you can choose which NIC you would like SwitchSniffer to scan and spoof through. -. SwitchSniffer can display information about the amount of data transferred to and from the internet. -. SwitchSniffer can detect if any computer on the LAN is running an ‘arpspoofer’ program. -. SwitchSniffer can filter: sessions, local hosts, and remote hosts. -. The installation of the ‘winpcap’ driver is not necessary for SwitchSniffer. -. SwitchSniffer can manage the local hosts based on MAC Address. -. SwitchSniffer can act as a plug-and-played router. -. SwitchSniffer can export the data of view into an excel file. -. SwitchSniffer can cure arp-cache poisoning. SwitchSniffer has the following benefits: -. SwitchSniffer can make you use the network without blocking by arp-spoofer such as netcut, winarpspoofer and so on. -. SwitchSniffer can find the hidden hosts on the LAN, which is not found by IP-Scanners. -. SwitchSniffer can find if abnormal hosts are connected to your wireless network. -. SwitchSniffer protects your network from abnormal users. -. SwitchSniffer can check if there are abnormal packets on the LAN. -. SwitchSniffer allows you to capture user IDs, passwords, chat sessions and web sessions etc., on the switched network through the use of a sniffer application. -. SwitchSniffer can block the local hosts based on MAC Address. -. SwitchSniffer can resolve the problem of IP Collision. -. SwitchSniffer can find out the country name by ip address on remote. -. SwitchSniffer enables you to monitor all the packets on a switch network.

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