1. Angry IP ScannerThis tool can ping an IP address and a port scanner with very quickly and provide a variety of optional data of each address. Many plug-ins are available to expand its capabilities, and if you can write Java code, it is easy to write your own extensions to find out what information you need to monitor and manage your network. These tools can run on operating systems: Windows, Linux, Mac OS X.
This Windows-only network monitoring tool providing information about the OS, users, groups, share, SID, transportation, sessions, services, service packs and hotfixes level, date and time, disk, and open ports. These tools run on operating systems: Windows.
3. AIM Sniff
Want to know how many employees wasting time with instant messaging? AIM monitor and archive AOL and MSN instant messaging across your network. Operating System: Linux, FreeBSD, OS X.
Network Security Analysis Tool or NSAT is a tool for analyzing Network Security, scan your network for a number of security vulnerabilities. It is easy to configure NSAT to do what you want, providing maximum flexibility. Operating System: Linux, Unix, FreeBSD, OS X.
The SniffDet remote sniffer detection tools and libraries to monitor your network and alerts you to any machine running in promiscuous mode or with sniffer. These include tests ICMP, ARP test, test DNS, Latency test, and many more. Operating System: Linux.
6. SEC (Simple Event correlator)
Applicable SEC rules for application data to determine whether a specific event has occurred and take measures that have been determined as a result. It is very helpful to me-menej network, monitoring systems, data security, intrusion detection, analysis and monitoring of log files and. Operating System: OS Independent.
It analyzed data parser configuration of network devices in the network infrastructure and easy to understand reports. Manufacturers supported devices include Cisco, Nokia, Juniper, Checkpoint, and Nortel. Operating System: Windows, Linux, Unix, BSD, Mac OS X.