LinkFerret is a versatile Ethernet/ 802.11 network monitor and packet sniffer. All of the essential wireless monitoring functionality, including signal monitoring, channel scannning, and WEP decryption are supported.
Shutdown Monster 126.96.36.199 This software is a shutdown timer. This means that you can make your computer shut down at a specified time.
You can set a countdown, type in an exact date and time, or even specify a file to check periodically.
LinkFerret WEP Decrypter 3.12.0516.0 LinkFerret Off-Line WEP Decrypter is a convenient, easy to use 802.11 packet capture and analysis aid. Its use provides a more secure path to the post-mortem analysis of captured 802.11 data by network admins and other authorized personnel.
Description: LinkFerret is a versatile, easy to use, low cost, high performance Ethernet and 802.11 network monitor and packet sniffer. All of the essential wireless monitoring functionality, including signal monitoring, channel scannning, and WEP decryption, are supported. With one tool, the two most common network topologies can be thoroughly covered. No plug-ins or add-ons are required. LinkFerret provides the frame capture functionality that is typically found only in monitoring products many times its cost and it supports a variety of standard trace file and report formats that make it easy to capture, store and share network traffic data. LinkFerret is a simple yet powerful monitor built to fit the needs of the network administrator, protocol developer, and the security-minded individual.
LinkFerret Remote Capture Agent 3.12.0450.0 Remote is an efficient, easy to use, low cost, Ethernet/802.11 capture agent. Network admins may use it in scripts to periodically sample and store network traffic. Non-technical
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Appliances Monitor Remote Networks via Ethernet Three new appliances from Visual Networks provide monitoring for remote networks connected via business DSL and Cable links, marking the first time that Visual Networks will supply an Ethernet LAN interface.