Probably the Best Free Security List in the World

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16. Network traffic monitoring

16.1. Port checking:
ActivePorts
TcpView
CurrPorts IPNetInfo
Roadkil's Scan Port
TCPEye
Opened Ports Viewer
Free Port Scanner
Pwn
Port Scanner
PortScan
IPFingerPrints 
Advanced Port Scanner
SuperScan

16.2. Botnet diagnosis:
Trendmicro RUBotted
FayeTracker

16.3. Network traffic monitoring:
Axence NetTools
Networx
Netmeter
Network lights
Urlsnooper
Cucusoft Net Guard
ProcNetMonitor
Pandora FMS
Kismet
Network Monitor II
PRTG Network Monitor
Network Activity Indicator
NetWitness Investigator
Network Meter 
My Network Speed  
NetTraffic
York
Real Network Monitor
SterJo NetStalker
Active Wall Traffic Monitor
Network Manager
TechString
NetToolset

16.4. Network traffic analyzing:
Wireshark
NetworkMiner
Nmap
Fiddler
Cain & Abel
IP Tools
Microsoft Network Monitor
Analyzer
Smartsniff
Colasoft Capsa Free Network Analyzer
Angry IP Scanner
SoftPerfect Network Scanner
Advanced IP Scanner
WinSniff
NetworkTrafficView
RawCap
IP Traffic Spy
AthTek NetWalk Personal
Moo0 Connection Watcher
Network Scanner 
ICSI Netalyzar

16.5. Whois/IP lookup:
DomainTools
DomainHostingView
WhoisThisDomain
Online Domain Tools
Whois Tool
who.is
IPNetInfo
IPInfoOffline
IP locator
ip2c

16.6. NIDS:
Snort
Bothunter
TWIDS 

16.7. Control internet traffic priority:
NetBalancer

16.8. DNS configuration:
Check DNS-settings
Dns jumper
GRC
Namebench

16.9. Internet speed and quality test:
Speedtest
Pingtest
Broadband Speed Checker
JD's Auto Speed Tester
TamoSoft Throughput Test
DSL speedtest (Ch)

16.10. Ping:
Emco Ping Monitor
Ping Monitor
hrPING
http-ping
PingInfoView
Colasoft Ping Tool

16.11. Wireless tools:
inSSIDer
Xirrus Wi-Fi Inspector
NetSurveyor
SciLor's Wifi Penetrate
Wireless Network Watcher
Homedale
Network Stumbler
Wireless Wizard
TekWiFi
NetGhost  
WeFi
W10ifiInfoView
Wifi Protector
SoftPerfect WiFi Guard 
Securing wireless network
How To Check If Someone Is Stealing Your WiFi

16.12. Collection of tools:
Network Security Toolkit
OSSIM
Plax network suite
eToolz
Network Stuff
HoverIP
Network Monitoring Tools Package

16.13. Monitor file shares:
ShareEnum
NetShareMonitor
McAfee ShareScan more
ShareWatcher
ShareWatch

16.14. ARP protection:
Protection against ARP poisoning
Anti NetCut
DecaffeinatID
CUTe ARP Protector

16.15. Website monitoring/analysis:
Websites Cop
Down For Everyone Or Just Me
WebESC
NotiPage
Mon.itor.us
ThreatSign!
ServiceMon
See Also

16.16. Other:
CountryTraceRoute
Computer IPv6 addresses & privacy
WebSiteSniffer  
HTTP LogStat
DNSQuerySniffer  
Connection Keeper
Sentinel
LanTopolog
Simple IP Config
ADHD 
HookME 
Firewall Builder
Reporting Hacked or Rooted Servers used by Booters to Datacenters

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Comments

by ako on 13. October 2010 - 7:25  (59452)
by Oceano (not verified) on 11. October 2010 - 9:52  (59378)

To the author: Returnil Virtual System is compatible with 64 bit :)

by ako on 13. October 2010 - 7:25  (59453)

:)

by xxxxxl (not verified) on 5. October 2010 - 10:38  (59062)

Same problem with PowerShadow.
My OS is newly installed, so i don't think is problem with my side.
Well, what problem is it...you guys decide.

by ako on 6. October 2010 - 11:57  (59109)

?? strange.

by ako on 6. October 2010 - 11:58  (59110)

Try returnil or sandboxie.

by xxxxxl (not verified) on 5. October 2010 - 10:24  (59061)

Virtual Protect doesn't work.
After restarting, my computer can't boot up at all.

by Spectre123 (not verified) on 2. October 2010 - 18:41  (58916)

Something that you might want to add to your list of programs would be Truecrypt. It's an open-source encryption utility. More info: http://www.truecrypt.org/

by ako on 2. October 2010 - 20:54  (58922)

it's there :)

by ako on 1. October 2010 - 17:39  (58837)

I will update this list once a week, if needed. So, if your suggestion does not appear to the list immediately, it does not mean it has been omitted.

by Person you know but you don't (not verified) on 1. October 2010 - 17:17  (58836)

Browzar is deadlink, check it out

by J_L on 25. September 2010 - 21:47  (58439)
by ako on 26. September 2010 - 17:51  (58477)

TX

by desinet1 on 16. September 2010 - 15:22  (57941)

Probably the best and comprehensive list you can find on the web.
I do not know, how many of them I picked from here to blog and review about on my blog at http://thepcsecurity.com.

Thanks.

by ako on 16. September 2010 - 15:33  (57943)

You are wellcome! P.S. Your blog looks interesting.

by Silki Garg (not verified) on 28. September 2010 - 9:53  (58569)

Thanks ako,
I would appreciate, if you could do a guest post on my blog.

by ako on 28. September 2010 - 9:58  (58570)

What kind of post you'd like to see? I'm busy, but I could consider later something if it seems relevant :)

P.S. I saw an ad of Stopzilla on your site :( This makes me hesitate....is not it rogue like NoAdware?

by Nadi (not verified) on 15. September 2010 - 23:37  (57898)

GPARTED-CLONEZILLA LiveCD:
http://gpartedclonz.tuxfamily.org/index.php

Does NOT work anymore. Development has been stoppped

by ako on 16. September 2010 - 10:00  (57924)

Tx!

by J_L on 15. September 2010 - 3:15  (57860)

Panda ActiveScan (under Online-scanners: Panda Software) doesn't seem to support removal.

by ako on 16. September 2010 - 10:00  (57925)

Tx!

by kerykeion (not verified) on 12. September 2010 - 12:13  (57694)

Winsonar link is dead

by ako on 12. September 2010 - 15:09  (57695)

tx

by ako on 12. September 2010 - 11:15  (57691)

I'll check these.

by J_L on 10. September 2010 - 2:13  (57554)

Grammar Error: Hitman Pro not itman Pro

by Mark87 (not verified) on 9. September 2010 - 9:36  (57500)

Excuse me, ako,
BUT

How/Where can I find the *Newly Added* items of your List?

(Apart from Wilders Security).

by ako on 9. September 2010 - 9:42  (57501)

I do not mark them separately. If you need something please just look what is offered. I meant below that harden-it and secure-it links have been corrected

by GX56 (not verified) on 10. September 2010 - 10:25  (57576)

So, every time, readers want to see 'What's New',
they have to read *Again* (Scroll Down) the Entire List (???)

That's NOT a convenient thing to do...

In terms of Promotion, it acts against the Popularity of the List.

Users want to see what has been Recently Added; not to read *Again*
what they know.

As the List becomes BIGGER and BIGGER,
users will find it HARDER and HARDER to
read the Entire List in order to see
what has been recently Added.

Suggestion:

Create a Space that will List what was added -Only- EVERY Week.
Also, Mention -Last Revision-.

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