Watching over the outgoing and incoming data bits across a network can be a complicated job, particularly if the appropriate means of tracking the traffic are not available. Nonetheless, there are quite a few applications that were designed with this purpose in mind, so getting the best one is only a matter of personal choice.
Sniff-em is a utility that, as it’s name suggests, can detect data exchanges over a network and it is quite helpful when it comes to decoding and analyzing that information. The interface is build with ease of use as the primary focus and the practical layout accommodates all the features of the program.
The configuration is very important and once all the appropriate parameters are set in good order, Sniff-em can be left to its devices to capture packets and display the data in a readable form for further analysis.
Able to run in two modes, normal and logging only, this tool supports filtering, so the user can create and load software filters or use the available hardware ones. The ‘Statistics’ module of Sniff-em will present the traffic related information as totals for captured bytes and packets, while also offering the possibility to ignore the software filtering when considering the results.
A really useful characteristic is the ability to export all the data it acquires and store it in one of the 3 formats available. More precisely, the user can output HTML, CSV or TXT files which contain the information captured by Sniff-em so it can be sent to other persons or simply kept in store for later use.


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There are so many different wireless data transfer technologies around and we’re almost always using a combination of them, in one way or another. But knowing how they work is only the first step in using them correctly and without letting others know that you’re doing so.
There are plenty of tools and applications available to watch over any kind of data flow, but the one we’ve chosen to show here is the snif-em.
This utility will allow you to analyze wireless data traffic that is being passed over your connection. It can identify who is talking, and most importantly, it is a lot easier to parse this information than having to dig into the files that are manually analyzed.
What’s more, it can also be used to capture the information that is flowing over your connection, and store it in a spreadsheet, or text file, or just simply save it to your hard drive.
Once all the packets that are being sent are captured, you can let Snif-em analyze them and then you will be able to determine what is being sent.
The easiest way to get started is to go to the downloads section of the website and download the Snif-em Tool. You are free to choose between the Normal installation or the Log-only mode. The installation of the tool is really simple and you will need basic computer skills.
The interface of the tool is basic, but very easy to use, and it is designed so it will be easily put into use by anyone with a little bit of knowledge of computers and internet.
Once you have installed the Snif-em application, you will need to choose the S: drive that you want to use.
A configuration screen is then displayed which will allow you to set the settings and the kind of traffic that will be captured. You can choose to use a hardware filter to capture only the traffic that you want to analyze, or just use the automatic software filtering.
The statistic module of the tool will be displayed and will be used to keep track of the data that is being captured.
The data can then be stored in a spreadsheet or in a text file. The spreadsheet can be opened in any spreadsheet application you prefer, but the text file is easier to work with, and is particularly useful for storing the results in an HTML, CSV, or TXT file format.
The event log is used to store the captured information for later analysis.
Sniff-em License:
The Sniff-em tool is available as a freeware program, and is

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Cracked Sniff-em With Keygen is a sniffer for Windows based on cPerf-E. It supports your network adapter for capturing network packets and the selected software filter to decode them. It also allows save all the data in plain text, CSV or HTML format.

The filtering available to Sniff-em Free Download includes the following, for more info have a look at cPerf-E version 2.1 (click download) under the filter section.
* Raw (Access lists, User-Based Access Lists, STP, RSTP, SPF, DTP, DCF, L2-L7 filters, MAC filters): Checks for the presence of the protocol type in the traffic and keeps the captures if it is present.
* Session: Checks for the presence of a session. Keeps the captures if it’s present.
* TCP: Checks for the presence of TCP packets. Keeps the captures if it’s present.
* UDP: Checks for the presence of UDP packets. Keeps the captures if it’s present.
* IP: Checks for the presence of IP packets. Keeps the captures if it’s present.
* ICMP: Checks for the presence of ICMP packets. Keeps the captures if it’s present.
* TCP flags: Checks for the presence of TCP flags. Keeps the captures if it’s present.
* ICMP flags: Checks for the presence of ICMP flags. Keeps the captures if it’s present.
* ARP: Checks for the presence of ARP packets. Keeps the captures if it’s present.
* IP option: Checks for the presence of IP options. Keeps the captures if it’s present.
* User-Based Access Lists: Checks for the presence of user-based Access Lists. Keeps the captures if it’s present.
* Custom binary filter: Lets you create your own binary filter.

The features available in the Statistics module are the following.
* Number of captured bytes and packets.
* Statistics grouped by type of capture.
* Statistics grouped by type of protocol.
* Statistics grouped by protocol, direction and service.

Sniff-em Limitations:
* No SNMP support.
* Supports only one sniffer, this means that sniffing multiple interfaces is not possible.
* No Ethernet sniffing.
* No Visualization of captured data.
* Some features of cPerf-E are not supported by Sniff-em.

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Sniff-em is a simple program that can
1 – Capture network data for Windows PCs and MAC address filtering for routers and switches;
2 – Decode the data for you
3 – Display the data you captured, in a searchable format
Sniff-em is not a TCP/IP analyzer, or other network sniffers. It’s a network sniffer that runs on top of Windows XP operating system and uses the Wireshark sniffer to capture the network data.
Built as a simple GUI application and supporting many different setups:
-Capture the traffic with multiple NIC cards.
-Capture the traffic on one particular NIC card.
-Capture the traffic from the “Host” interface and include the traffic to or from another NIC card.
-Capture traffic only on or off hosts
-Perform “Host Filtering” — choose from a list of NIC cards that will be included in the traffic capture, choose which packets will be displayed, etc.
-Specify which interfaces to capture traffic from and to, specify which networks to capture traffic on, etc.
-Capture traffic on specific IP, TCP or MAC address
-Display packets, bytes or other statistics about the captured traffic
-Support for HTTP, FTP, SMTP, IMAP, POP3 and more protocols
-Support for passive mode capture on Linux based systems, including pcap or libpcap
-Support for GUI interface
-Support for selecting “packets not in filter”
-Support for multiple filters
-Ability to save the captured traffic to.txt,.html or.csv files
-Ability to save the captured traffic to.html or.csv files
-Ability to save the captured traffic to.csv files
-Ability to log data to a log file
How to use it:
1. Convert a.pcap file to a Sniff-em.cap file
2. Run Sniff-em on the.cap file
3. Open Sniff-em and select the.cap file to sniff from the File menu.
Enter a capture filter, if desired.
Check/Uncheck the “Show Data” box to display data or not
Select an output format: HTML, CSV, TXT
Click the Export button to save the data.
How to use it:
1. Start Sniff-em and select the.cap file to sniff from the File menu.
2. Enter a capture filter, if desired.

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Sniff-em is a utility that can detect and display data exchanges over a network. It is able to capture traffic and display the data with ease of use.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
What is Sniff-em?
Sniff-em is a utility that can capture data traffic and display it in a concise, easy to read form.
Does it capture the entire traffic?
It is capable of capturing traffic to any application or program you wish to do so and, in addition, it is able to display the data in HTML, CSV or TXT files.
Can I configure it?
Sniff-em allows for a number of different parameters, including the display type, multiple capture types, file formats, statistics, etc. Each of these sections provides a great deal of control over the program’s behavior.
How fast is it?
Sniff-em is not designed to be a fast program. It is designed to be a utility. If you have the resources, Sniff-em’s performance may be increased by turning on the ‘Disable application filter’ option.
Where can I get more help with Sniff-em?
As with most software, you may have questions that you need help with. Sniff-em’s staff and community forums are great resources for Sniff-em support.

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RAM: 6GB or higher
RAM: 8GB or higher
Hard drive: At least 30 GB of free space
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