Completely ignoring network security is not smart and ignorance isn't exactly bliss. If you access the Internet via a cable modem, DSL, or even a dial-up connection, someone is always knocking on your virtual front door, giving your system the once-over. Protect your data, privacy and valuable computer system with AA Tools.
AATools investigates and gathers information about your computer, network status, and service availability. That is a layman's way of saying it performs an inspection on everything vital to network security as it pertains to the protection of your computer, including the utilization of tools to check open ports, proxies, email lists, Internet applications, and general system information.
Today there is no program, either anti virus nor anti trojan, that can detect unknown trojan horses. To secure your network, you may need to lock down applications that aren't required by any function you currently use. To do this effectively, you have to know what ports are available and what application is utilizing them. AATools Network Monitor displays the services that are active on all ports. Further, AATools Network Monitor maps the ports in use to their respective applications (this feature is available under Windows NT/2000/XP) providing a simple and easy solution to tracking application to port maps. This mapping is extremely useful while monitoring unwanted connections, investigating suspected trojans, viruses, and possible backdoors intrusions.
AATools includes 12 different state-of-the-art tools for assessing optimizing, managing, and safeguarding your network and computers, all in one easy to use program. The information AATools conveys is simple to understand, easy to assimilate, and conducting a network integrity test for intruders is likewise, very simple. A worthwhile download for anyone wanting to gather info on their network and PC.
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