Network Intercepter

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Network Intercepter
Software Details:
Version: 2013
Upload Date: 25 Jan 15
Developer: CyberCerber
Distribution Type: Shareware
Price: 400.00 $
Downloads: 99
Size: 3696 Kb

Rating: 0.0/5 (Total Votes: 0)

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Network Intercepter: This is a software, designed to intercept messages from the network traffic. Features: - display the available network adapters, which can be captured with the data packets; - capture packets from the network adapter with the driver WinPcap (in promiscuous mode); - processing of data from the dump file format PCAP; - capture data from DVB-card; processing MPE, DSM-CC, IP stack; - automatic search protocol packets IPv4; - treatment protocol TCP, the reconstruction of the sessions; - allocation of posts of HTTP (including an alternate port); - unpacking HTTP-messages sent by compressed with GZIP; - filtering data types memos HTTP (MIME); - filtering by size recorded messages; - automatic recognition of the main types of files transferred via HTTP; - formation file reference information for each messages; - processing traffic DNS, IP-address transformation into a domain name, write to the file reference information; - selected messages mail protocols (POP3, SMTP, IMAP); - handling protocol FTP in passive and active mode; filtering FTP messages; - control of voice comminications - Voice over IP (include RTP, SIP, H323, H225); registering and playing voice messages (supported codecs - G.711, G.723.1, G.729).

What is new in this release:

  • added support of VoIP interception;
  • added support for FTP interception;
  • added support for DVB fishing;
  • and more other.
  • Requirements:

    WinPcap packet capture library

    Limitations:

    30-day trial

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