Network Monitor 3.2 zum Download bereit!

Seit gestern, gibt es eine neue Version des Netzwerkmonitors zum allgemeinen herunterladen. Auch diese Version wartet wieder mit zahlreichen Neuerungen auf. Hier die Details (Release Notes):

• Process tracking: Categorize network traffic based on the name and
  ID of the owning process.
• Improved capture rate:  Drop fewer frames on high-speed networks.
Find conversations:  Quickly isolate related frames.
• Support for frame truncation.
• Indication of the number of dropped frames.
• Streamlined UI toolbar.
• ContainsBin plug-in: Search frames for arbitrary byte sequences or
• PCAP capture file support.*
Network Monitor 3.2 API: Create your own applications that capture,
  parse, and analyze network traffic.

• New NPL plug-ins to manipulate UTF-8, UTF-16 and ASCII strings.
• Ability to filter on elements in an NPL array or while
  loop. For example, DNS.QRecord[0].QuestionName = 'x' searches
  for a QuestionName match in the first QRecord. DNS.QRecord.QuestionName
  ='x' searches for a QuestionName match in any QRecord.
• NPL and API SDK documentation.
Ability to configure Hex Details view.
• Indication of whether a conversation is on or off added to the status bar.
• List of recently opened capture files on the start page.
• IA64 support.
• Ability to select all (CTRL + A) in the Frame Summary window.
• Logical organization of the Decode As view.
• Right-click filtering bugs fixed.
• Complete parsers shipped for over 300 protocols
• Parser organized into folders. Only parsers for 161 commonly used
  protocols loaded by default.
• Decoupling of Network Monitor core engine from parser package. You can
  download and upgrade parser packages from site (coming soon).

Die Hard- und Software Anforderungen sind:

    • 1 GHz or greater CPU
    • 1 GB or greater memory
    • 25 MB free hard disk space plus extra room for capture files

  Operating System (X86, AMD64):
    • Windows XP
    • Windows Vista
    • Windows Server 2003
    • Windows Server 2008 (+ IA64 builds)


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