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NetSeer

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Network traffic visuazlization tool

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NetSeer is a Windows based (XP, 7, 2000 - 2008) network traffic visualization tool. NetSeer listens for traffic, renders connections in treeview and in a graphic radar screen in the right pane.

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Features

  • Renders connections by protocol in treeview in left pane.
  • Renders connections in a "live radar" screen in right pane.
  • You can also edit the wkports.xml file to add more protocols, and change settings such as ignore. For example, it is a good idea to "ignore" high traffic protocols such as RDP or SSH. If you set a protocol to ignore, you will see the packet count but NetSeer will not render the connection in the live radar pane.
  • Netseer attempts to log traffic to an HTML file. There is support for other file formats as well.
  • NetSeer will put itself in the Windows Tray when you "close" it. To fully exit, you should right-click and select Exit to kill the process.
  • Peek into the contents of a packet - useful for clear text protocols.
  • RUN NetSeer as ADMINISTRATOR on Win7, Vista, or 2008 or higher. This is very important.

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Intended Audience

Developers, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

OpenGL, Win32 (MS Windows)

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2012-02-03

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