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Analyze raw network traffic from a live feed or capture file, create compelling visualizations and summaries, answer pressing questions, find what you're looking for
Network Monitor ingests raw network packets, reconstructs communication streams, and extracts metadata. It presents concise yet detailed views of device and application activity and stream content. The high-speed processing engine can provide tailored streams of data to your existing systems.
Network Monitor Professional is a full-featured application, is free for all users, and is suitable for all but the largest networks where a tailored Enterprise deployment would be more appropriate.
With Recon you can rapidly and intuitively address questions related to network activity. Perform investigations more efficiently and unleash your technical creativity!
Recon makes it easy to find activity and traffic of interest and discover what you’re looking for.
Analyzing network traffic is tough. Questions and events abound, expectation of results is high, tools are expensive and difficult to use, and there’s just so much data.
We created Network Monitor to support our jobs as network analysts with the idea that once we have the traffic, viewing it shouldn’t be complicated. Recon lets you easily find the traffic and sessions you’re interested in based on any characteristic of a network stream, not just its header or some simplistic rule.
Reports, charts, graphs, and tables make it easy to understand what you’ve got. What geographic regions are represented by the traffic? What applications are in use? How many devices are on the network and what are they? The list goes on. What will you discover?
Recon Network Monitor Professional is a free, fully-featured standalone network forensics application. There is no trial period, no disabled features, no usage limit, and no pestering advertisements. Discover a better way to analyze network traffic.