network

Thu
23
Oct
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'Network Scanner', and 'Networx'

Network Scanner This is a multi-threaded IP, SNMP and NetBIOS scanner with a modern interface and several advanced features. It is intended for both system administrators and general users who are interested in computer security. The program pings ... computers, scans for listening TCP ports and displays which types of resources are shared on the network (including system and hidden). http://www.softperfect.com Networx Networx is a simple, yet powerful utility for measuring your bandwidth usage and the speed of all kinds of wired and wireless network connections. The program provides the ability ... (view more)

Tue
21
Oct
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'Pilfius', and 'Plax Network Suite'

Pilfius PiLfIuS! is a program that turns the commands you speak into your microphone or headset into keystrokes. Command Lists are fully customizable, meaning that you no longer will have to remember a myriad of key combinations to perform an ... action, and won't have to take your hands off your mouse to do so. As an example, to order one of your fire-teams to open fire in Operation Flashpoint (tm), you would have to take your hands off the controls and hit the keys 9-2-3-1 in order, and without typos. This program helps you avoid the distraction! http://www.pilfius.com.ar Plax Network Suite ... (view more)

Wed
10
Sep
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Apple Facing Second iPhone Lawsuit Over 3G Performance

Apple is facing a second lawsuit over poor iPhone performance. This time, the company faces complaints that it sold more handsets than its 3G network could cope with. You may remember that many of the recent reports of dropped calls (caused by ... reception problems on the 3G network) came from California. It's therefore not a major surprise that the new legal action comes from a San Diego resident, William Gillis. He alleges that the new iPhone demands too much power from 3G networks, to the point that AT ... (view more)

Fri
15
Aug
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Hackers Strike At Black Hat Security Conference

Three French journalists have been booted from a major security conference amid claims they were able to hack the laptops being used by fellow reporters. It's particularly embarrassing for those reporters, many of whom write for Global Security Mag, ... an official sponsor of the Black Hat Las Vegas event. Only one of the hackers, Mark Brami, has spoken out; though he blamed colleague Mauro Israel for the 'attack', he said it was meant as a prank. The men involved reportedly told organisers they were attempting to raise the issue of privacy risks among people using public Internet connections. ... (view more)

Mon
04
Aug
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San Francisco Network Hijacking Case Takes Embarassing New Twist

After making intense efforts to re-secure the city's computer network after a disgruntled employee took control of the system, San Francisco officials have made a big mistake by putting around 150 passwords into the public record. The blunder comes ... as part of an ongoing criminal action against Terry Childs, a system administrator who, apparently infuriated by the work practices of his colleagues, put a series of passwords on the entire system to stop anyone else getting access. He then refused to hand over the details even under threat of imprisonment; after being placed on remand with bail ... (view more)

Mon
03
Mar
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PacketTrap 360: Review

Network management is easy. No really, it is. Or at least, it is when you use a new software package from PacketTrap called pt360 Tool Suite Free/Pro (pt360). You see, the folks over at PacketTrap.com realize that running a network can be a painful, ... complex affair that often involves utilizing dozens of tools to diagnose a network problem -- and few ever use a graphical user interface (GUI). In other words, diagnosing a network problem relies on reading long-winded, boring, ugly, jargon-filled text. That's where PacketTrap's pt360 is different. pt360 works just like a dashboard on a car: or ... (view more)

Wed
16
Jan
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'Packet Trap Network Management Tools', and 'Vista4experts'

Packet Trap Network Management Tools Many network management tools on the market are expensive, non-intuitive, or poorly supported. PacketTrap free network management tools are forever FREE, up to date with an elegant user interface, and are fully ... supported. To make your life easier, PacketTrap free network management tools are also consolidated into the free pt360 Tool Suite in an effort to eliminate some of the burden that you, as a Network Engineer or System Admin, face every day. http://www.packettrap.com/product/pt360/pingscan.html Vista4experts Vista4Experts is a treat for computer ... (view more)

Mon
25
Jun
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'Microsoft Network Monitor 3', and 'Sim Wiz'

Microsoft Network Monitor 3 Network Protocol Analyzer is a tool to allow capturing and protocol analysis of network traffic. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads Sim Wiz SimWiz defines, validates, communicates and runs simulation models. Its ... accompanying tutorial is sufficient to guide the novice in numerous representative applications of simulation, including traffic, call centers, factory floor, maintenance, inventory, hospital. http://my.jce.ac.il/bani/ (view more)

Wed
21
Feb
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'Network Notepad', and 'Okay Key Bees'

Network Notepad Network Notepad is a Freeware program for creating interactive network diagrams. Runs on Microsoft Windows 9x, NT, 2K, XP. Includes: Point-and-Click Telnet / Browse / User-definable Network Management. Simple Drag and Drop interface. ... Open, Text Based File Format. Printing. Linked Diagrams. Flow Charts. http://www.networknotepad.com/ Okay Key Bees Okay Key Bees is a keyboard remapper with a twist. You define what keys are always replaced or what keys are replaced only when a user defined modifier key is held. You can effectively "move" keys to either side of the keyboard or ... (view more)

Fri
08
Sep
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Free WiFi for Residents and Businesses in Silicon Valley

Announced earlier this week, a group of technology companies are planning to provide a vast wireless network that will give the entire Silicon Valley free high-speed Internet access. The free WiFi service will be available as early as next year and ... will be provided by Silicon Valley Metro Connect: a group that is comprised of IBM, Cisco, SeaKay, and Azulstar. (Source: abcnews.com ) Silicon Valley Metro Connect will provide the service for 38 cities in California's San Mateo, Santa Clara, Alameda, and Santa Cruz counties -- an area covering roughly 1,500 square miles. This move takes advantage ... (view more)

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