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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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by vodomar on 25. February 2013 - 7:15  (105730)

More evidence of tablets slowly killing the PC market

http://gigaom.com/2013/02/21/more-evidence-of-tablets-slowly-killing-the...

by vodomar on 24. February 2013 - 20:31  (105721)
by vodomar on 15. February 2013 - 8:44  (105423)
by vodomar on 4. February 2013 - 12:53  (105080)

Information about ComboFix being infected and what you should do

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic483431.html/

by vodomar on 20. January 2013 - 18:56  (104678)
by vodomar on 19. January 2013 - 23:27  (104658)
by vodomar on 15. January 2013 - 11:32  (104490)

The "Red October" Campaign - An Advanced Cyber Espionage Network Targeting Diplomatic and Government Agencies

http://www.securelist.com/en/blog/785/The_Red_October_Campaign_An_Advanc...

by vodomar on 4. January 2013 - 8:14  (104214)

Microsoft Security Advisory (2798897)
Fraudulent Digital Certificates Could Allow Spoofing

"Microsoft is aware of active attacks using one fraudulent digital certificate issued by TURKTRUST Inc., which is a CA present in the Trusted Root Certification Authorities Store."

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/security/advisory/2798897

by vodomar on 1. January 2013 - 16:18  (104146)

IE 6/7/8:
Microsoft Security Advisory (2794220)
Vulnerability in Internet Explorer Could Allow Remote Code Execution
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/security/advisory/2794220

Microsoft Security Advisory: Vulnerability in Internet Explorer could allow information disclosure

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2794220

by vodomar on 16. December 2012 - 22:12  (103656)

Mythbusters: Dangerous Security Advice You Shouldn’t Follow
(makeuseof.com)

http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/security-advice-and-myths-you-shouldnt-foll...

by vodomar on 10. December 2012 - 21:56  (103494)
by vodomar on 9. December 2012 - 22:19  (103472)

HitmanPro.Kickstart

http://www.surfright.nl/en/kickstart

"Q-04: How much does HitmanPro.Kickstart cost?
A-04: HitmanPro.Kickstart is a free solution. You only might need a license for HitmanPro. If you use HitmanPro.Kickstart on a ransomed PC that has a valid license for HitmanPro, it will use that license. If you use HitmanPro.Kickstart on a ransomed PC that has never used HitmanPro, the 30- day free trial period of HitmanPro can be used to remove the ransomware (not available on business computers)."

by ako on 10. December 2012 - 11:25  (103484)

This is cool! Have to test it soon :)

by vodomar on 28. November 2012 - 23:31  (103034)

Windows Blue is Microsoft's future low-cost OS with yearly updates

http://www.theverge.com/2012/11/28/3693368/windows-blue-update-low-cost

by vodomar on 27. November 2012 - 11:47  (102965)

Antivirus software so ineffective it's a waste of money, report suggests

http://www.computerworlduk.com/news/security/3413167/antivirus-software-...?

by Joe A.TT on 28. November 2012 - 0:13  (102996)

"...especially when freeware solutions outperform paid subscriptions."

This is the first time I read such a statement apart from on TSA. Perhaps there are more such statements elsewhere, but it's good to know that TSA's isn't the only one.

by MidnightCowboy on 28. November 2012 - 1:43  (102997)

There is quite a bit of this around the net. Here's two more examples.

http://www.zdnet.com/blog/bott/microsoft-vs-mcafee-how-free-antivirus-ou...
http://blog.avast.com/2012/07/20/avast-free-antivirus-outperforms-compet...

As with all these things though they are relative to the circumstances at the time, and as ako also points out, which components in the programs being tested are actually being used.

It makes sense that the timescale for introducing new samples (very important) is generally less for free AV's because many of these such as Avast!, Avira, Comodo etc. have very active forums providing almost instant feedback.

by Joe A.TT on 28. November 2012 - 4:36  (103001)

Thanks for the educational "homework" MC.

by MidnightCowboy on 27. November 2012 - 12:40  (102968)

At least the "zero" detection rate is easy to understand:D and three weeks to add a new sample is a joke considering how much vendors charge for this junk. MC - Site Manager.

by ako (the) (not verified) on 27. November 2012 - 15:10  (102979)

But Virustotal is not enough for analysing total strength, as it omits dynamic detection (Webroot Prevx, F-secure Deepguard).

by vodomar on 24. November 2012 - 22:05  (102852)

VB100 Results Summary
http://www.virusbtn.com/vb100/archive/summary

Whole Product Dynamic "Real World" Test - Graph Bar
http://chart.av-comparatives.org/chart2.php

by vodomar on 23. November 2012 - 19:22  (102809)
by indie on 20. November 2012 - 17:55  (102626)

Your link to Emsisoft AV scanner from Gizmo's Free AV Scanners leads to paid version:
https://www.emsisoft.com/en/software/antimalware/
Please revise it to the following:
https://www.emsisoft.com/en/software/ax/?scan=1

by Anupam on 20. November 2012 - 18:07  (102628)

The link is correct, since the editor is referring to the anti-malware and not the online web scanner. The anti-malware has a free version, and a commercial version both.

The second link which you are referring to, which is for online web scanner, has been covered in the online scanners category.

by AnonymousD26 (not verified) on 16. November 2012 - 7:38  (102395)

I just wanted to let forticlient fans know there is a update I found it... http://download.cnet.com/FortiClient/3000-2239_4-75755299.html version 5... So you guys can update the link now its still being developed woohooo....

by AnonymousD26 (not verified) on 16. November 2012 - 9:00  (102398)

I just wanted to make a comment that it did not install properly as during the install I got a blue screen on windows 7 sp1. Also after I restarted from the blue screen it was not able to start by clicking on the system tray bar. Also lastly it isn't registering in Action Center I'm not sure what is wrong but this is a review similar to the one I read on download.com from the link I put above. So I'm not sure if I should have posted the link if I knew it would do this to my system. Its not a conflict as I haven't installed any other Av or security products before this. I did a factory restore and installed it and got a blue screen of death. I expected much better from Forticlient.

by AnonymousD26 (not verified) on 16. November 2012 - 18:12  (102424)

I just wanted to add to my dismay it was only a system restore that removed Forticlient it did not install properly but realtime protection was on after the blue screen crash... I guess its not compatible with Windows 7 SP1 as I did see it was windows 7 compatible. Had nothing but issues installing and removing and it need lots of work. Not sure why it was released with bugs...

by vodomar on 13. November 2012 - 20:51  (102267)

Download Internet Explorer 10 Release Preview (7)

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/internet-explorer/downloads/ie-10/wor...

by mark.n (not verified) on 13. November 2012 - 11:31  (102242)

hi just installed Avast 7 free with malwareytes free and zone alarm free firewall,unchecked toobar first,all running great

by vodomar on 12. November 2012 - 21:58  (102215)

Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit BETA

http://www.malwarebytes.org/products/mbar/

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