The expansion of the Internet has not only improved our performance and information awareness; it has also brought to us new security challenges. From merely intercepting your data flow and through shutting your network down and stealing your companys sensitive data — anything can happen to an unprotected network connected to the Internet if no preventative measures are taken.
Link Logger enables you to see what is going on at the edge of your network. It retrieves connection data from your network router or firewall, studies it and detects remote hosts attempts to scan or attack your network. And also it spots insider computers turned into zombies that attempt to scan or attack remote hosts.
That aggregated data is summarized in a comprehensive visual and tabular report, which gives you a precise number of the attacks that have been spotted during a specific period, and also time, origin, and a detailed description of each scan or attack. The summary will give you a clear idea of what can be done to your network and what can you do to eliminate the threat. Besides, you can take advantage of the applications visualization tools to determine the trends of the development of attacks and plan ahead the prevention measures.
This connection monitor is a key application to maintaining the complete control over your network and ensuring that all units on your network are being used appropriately.
Link Logger - Linksys nonProtocol 184.108.40.206 Affordable professional logging tool with all the features including remote notification, custom alarms, hostname and whois lookups, automatic data management, historical searches
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