Application for analysing networks to identify security loopholes. Provides information about open ports and other vulnerable points on an individual computer, as well as giving details of data traffic within a network.
Tool for monitoring network traffic and performing statistical evaluation. Sets itself up as a web server and can be operated using the browser. Creates reports that can be filtered using different criteria and supports current protocols including IPv4, IPv6, NetBIOS, IPX and AppleTalk. Free registration required to download the compiled Windows version. Fast and secure download from The H
Network tool for logging and storing the MAC and IP addresses of every computer in a LAN, by sending ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) queries to the corresponding subnet, then waiting for a response from every host computer. This information is then listed in pairs.
Windows and NT syslog daemon; receives syslog messages from routers, firewalls, Unix hosts and similar devices in real time. Transmits, analyses, displays and stores. Also available as extended licensed version. Download of trial version requires registration with email address.
Gives the user an overview of all computers connected in a network by a router independent of whether they are connected by a network cable or WLAN. The program also provides information about whether other people are using WLAN or when an individual computer is being switched off.
Nagios status monitor for the desktop. Available as an icon in the system tray or as a filtered status bar to show a clear summary of messages and status reports on the Nagios website (network monitoring). Affected hosts and services can quickly be accessed via the context menu (SSH, RDP, VNC). Fast and secure download from The H
Administrator tool to monitor computers, network devices and applications. Creates a graphical representation to display a range of parameters, saves the logged data in a RRD (Round Robin Database) and warns the user of abnormalities in the network. SNMP and ping modules are used to log the performance of individual network devices.
Protects mobile web access from the risks posed by the use of wireless networks, such as when unauthorised people attempt to trace private data or eavesdrop on confidential transactions. No longer offered.
Free IT management for simple network handling. Provides virtually all essential features, such as inventory of hardware, software and network components, network monitoring and setting up helpdesks for handling support queries. The Android app is available on Google Play.
Finds and displays the MAC address of a local or remote computer on the network as well as the manufacturer of its network card. Offers four methods for obtaining the required information (ARP, Netbios, NET API and WMI).
This tool helps administrators create an inventory of their network by listing all the remote computers connected to the LAN, including all their technical equipment and the applications installed on them. The tool then generates reports from this overview list.
Network management system for monitoring server network components and applications using several protocols. Can test web sites using logic support. Captures performance data from the services monitored, records results and sends reports. Also features many ways in which to integrate the software into other systems and CMDBs.
Network management tool with SQL backend and a web-based interface. Uses SNMP v1-3, but also supports telnet and SSH to secure configurations. Allows using CDP, FDP, NDP LLDP and MAC forwarding as well as routing tables to explore the entire network. Locates and tracks network computers for monitoring purposes.