NetBIOS, SNMP and TCP/IP scanner for network administrators. Checks the availability of host computers and displays file types being exchanged on the network. Supports Wake On LAN and remote shutdown of computers in the network.
Enables you to control computers remotely over the network, even if firewalls are in place. The other side only has to start ShowMyPC as well and you can then use an automatically generated password to access the desktop remotely.
A program designed to be used in schools to enable teachers to monitor and control PCs in a classroom. The teacher can also display their own or a student's desktop onto another screen for demonstration purposes. Fast and secure download from The H
DNS server for use with any Windows platform that can function as a primary DNS server for its own domains. Supports direct real-time editing in the different zones, as well as zone transfers to other servers to increase security. A zone is the area of the domain tree responsible for a name server and which also recognises the official data.
MIB Browser allowing administrators to manage SNMP-enabled network devices and applications. Loads general information from the management information base (MIB) and includes a receiver for receiving special SNMP traps (network data). An enhanced professional version is also available.
Classic tool for establishing a private VPN connection. Encrypts data and allows the user to surf the web anonymously (without sending out their IP address). Offers secure surfing at public hotspots and bypasses firewalls. Also available as an enhanced premium version which is faster and has support for OpenVPN, PPTP and L2TP/IPSec, as well as various servers in the US.
Double-click to have the router reconnect to the internet via a new IP address. Requires a router with Universal Plug and Play (UPnP). Can run as portable software from a USB stick. Despite the German language web site, the program is only in English.
Client for the Anonymizer created by the Technical University of Dresden that enables you to surf the internet anonymously. It uses a fixed address which the user can share with other JAP users. This program is no longer being developed. Its successor is JonDo.
For real-time monitoring of network environments, with automatic recording of configurations and operating systems, creation of reports and graphical statistics. Also provides an overview of the network as a tree structure.