WiFi Manager is a combined WLAN security and management software for 802.11 a/b/g networks. It presents a Web-based view of all wireless networks operating in your building, access points available inside each network, status of those access points, channel at which they operate, mobile clients connected to them and their signal strength/ noise values, and association history. You can configure/ upgrade firmware of access points using this software. And once integrated with RF sensors, WiFi Manager becomes a full-fledged wireless IDS system identifying rogue APs, intrusions, denial-of-service attacks, and vulnerabilities. It automatically discovers access points, wireless routers, wireless gateways and monitors them for availability, health, errors, and utilization. Note: Free Edition manages 3 access points and 10 wired devices.
Surf Inspector Home edition Surf Inspector is a slim, invisible tool to record online surfing activity on your home PC. It encrypts, compresses and saves data about visited URLs, date and time to a log file which can be either viewed locally or emailed to any remote PC.
NetWatcher Allows user to control the network integrity and usability by performing “ping” operation on various widely distributed network services (HTTP, SMTP, POP3, FTP etc.). Displays the results as well as tracks status and response time.
AdRem iTools AdRem iTools is a networking toolset combining Ping, Traceroute, DNS Lookup, SNMP viewer, port/network/bandwidth scanner, and more. The toolsâ€™ output can be saved to a file (text, XML, HMTL, or Excel), while Ping or Traceroute tests can be graphed.
eDocOne eDocOne is a catcher and an organizer for your electronical contents. It enables you to maintain the electronical books for collecting all of your articles on your computer, using a stylish interface and full support for getting contents from IE.
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