Deep Network Analyzer 1.5

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Deep Network Analyzer is an flexible, open and extensible deep network analyzer (software server) and architecture for gathering and analyzing network packets, network sessions and applications protocols, passively off enterprise class networks. DNA is designed to be used for Internet Security, Intrusion detection, Network Management, Protocol and Network Analysis, Information Gathering, Network Monitoring applications. DNA runs as a distributed application under a Java Virtual Machine (JVM) environment and is portable across many OS environments, including: Network appliances, Switches and Routers..

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Published By:John Casey

License Type:Freeware

Date Added:25 October, 2010

Version:GA

Price:Free

Downloads:14

Size:12.1 MB

Platform: Linux

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