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Sunday, December 4, 2011

Wireless Network Watcher, control and monitor its wireless network (WIFI)

Networks are a favorable target for pirates whether they are beginners or experienced. Software piracy are, unfortunately, more and more easy to use and above all to find, even for "do the little pirates" and the curious.
Monitor the network connection becomes a necessity unfortunately ignored by many people while the tools are not lacking. Several programs (free and paid) are available and are able to guarantee a minimum of security. Among these there is software available for free Wireless Network Watcher . 

What is it? Wireless Network Watcher is a very small security utility, free and effective, to monitor your network connections. It allows you to scan your wireless network and display a list of all computers and devices that are currently connected to your wireless network. Its primary purpose is to identify new connections to your wireless network, and alert you immediately by specifying the type of computer (or other smartphone). 

For each computer or device that is connected to your wireless network, the following information will be displayed: IP address , MAC address, the company that manufactured the NIC, and possibly the name of the computer. Using Wireless Network Watcher? This tool requires no installation. To use, simply extract the executable file (WNetWatcher.exe) from the zip file you will download it and run it. 

Wireless Network Watcher is also available in full installation (wnetwatcher_setup.exe) You can install it like any other software, so a shortcut to WNetWatcher be added to your "Start" menu. WNetWatcher After running, it will automatically detect your wireless network card, and begin to scan your network . After a few seconds, you should start to see the list of computers that are currently connected to your network. Wireless network watcher also gives you the ability to export the list of connected devices in the desired format, html, xml, csv, text, or copy this list into the clipboard and then paste it into Excel. 

Note course that this utility only allows you to scan (or scan) a wireless network you're connected. It can not analyze other wireless networks that you do not. So no point in trying to do, it would already be considered hacking! It is also possible to configure the tool to make a beep when a new computer just connected so you can respond quickly against any threats via the wireless network. 

And to download, here is the official site: Official site
Posted by: Admin
Easy Learn Computer, Updated at: 6:44 PM

3 komentar:

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honore said...

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