IMDetect ICQ Sniffer is a handy network utility to capture ICQ chat from computers within the same LAN. It supports messaging through ICQ server with format of plain text, RTF, or HTML. All intercepted messages are well organized by users.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
IMDetect AIM Sniffer, AIM Monitor 3.0 IMDetect AIM Sniffer, AIM Monitor is a handy network utility to capture and log AIM (AOL Instant Messenger) chat from computers within the same LAN. It supports not only messaging through AIM server but also direct connection messaging.
Description: IMDetect ICQ Sniffer, ICQ Monitor is a handy network utility to capture and log ICQ chat from computers within the same LAN. It supports messaging through ICQ server with format of plain text, RTF, or HTML. All intercepted messages are well organized by ICQ user with buddies and shown instantly on the main window. It provides rich-features report system to export captured ICQ conversations as HTML files for later analyzing and reference.
It is very easy to make it to work. Just run the ICQ Monitor on any computer on your network, and click the start button to capture. It will record any conversation from any PC within the same LAN. No additional program installation is needed on the monitoring target computers. Everything will be recorded without being detected. It is especially useful for administrators or parents, who need to monitor what their employees or kids are talking about with others on ICQ. You may need to enable your switch's monitoring feature, which is supported by most current switch, in order to capture conversations from other computers in the same network.
You can download ICQ Monitor trial version before order to make sure it works for you. Buy now online for only $69 USD. After you order the ICQ Monitor, you will get the registration information and enjoy the full-feature unlimited program.
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