Security device reconstructs network traffic

Security device reconstructs network traffic

Software developer eEye Digital Security, a division of eCompany LLC of Corona del Mar, Calif., is looking for beta testers for new sniffer software designed to secure networks from internal as well as external threats.

The Iris network traffic analyzer reconstructs network traffic. Administrators can use it to capture and retrace steps of both incoming and outgoing traffic. In an intrusion, Iris will capture evidence and allow reconstruction down to the keystroke level. Iris also can automatically monitor Web-browsing patterns within an organization and keep an eye on the use of proprietary or sensitive information.

The recommended configuration for trying out the sniffer is a 400-MHz Pentium PC running Microsoft Windows 9x, NT or 2000, with 128M of RAM and a 10G hard drive.

A beta version of Iris is downloadable from www.eeye.com/iris.

Contact eEye Digital Security at 888-299-4678.

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