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Case Study: Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc.

January 14th, 2016 1 comment
  “Colasoft’s Capsa is a very good product which is worth the price. It could make deep analysis of Network and display very good intuitive interface. Capsa helps me to understand about the real-time situations of the Network.”

– Luis Guajardo, IT Network Engineer, Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc.

Company Brief

As a member of the Panasonic family, Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc. (Universal) is committed to the highest quality, leading edge research and development. With a comprehensive product line and a team of experts standing by to customize its technology to specific needs, Universal can provide the perfect lighting solution to maximize energy savings in any commercial or industrial application, including compact and linear fluorescent ballasts, HID and eHID ballasts, and the complete EVERLINE® family of LED light engines, modules, and drivers.

The Challenge

Universal is a company with multiple locations and is connected by MPLS Wan Network. To analyze the complicated Network, Universal needs a Network analyzer which has intuitive and simple real-time graphic dashboard with deep analysis.

Comparing with other network analyze products which Universal used before, a product which is easy to implement and tune up and displays clear graphic is what it needs. Also, Universal plan to display a network dashboard in a big TV to monitor the real-time network behavior.

The Solution

The Full Screen Interface with a lot of predefined metrics to plot of Colasoft Capsa is what Universal is searching for. Capsa could analyze network in real-time with threshold to send alerts of abnormal behaviors and display a nice graphic interface dashboard.

Simple to implement, Colasoft Capsa helps the IT experts in Universal well understand what is happening in the network. Besides, the sound alters and email alerts of Capsa helps IT experts to find out what is out of the normal Network flow.

Voice

“By avoiding unnecessary WAN traffic, Colasoft Capsa makes our production network run clean. It saves our time and money.”

Contact Info

Address: 51 Century Blvd Ste 230, Nashville TN. 37214
Phone: +1(615)316-5353
Email: LGuajardo@unvlt.com
Website: www.unvlt.com

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Case Study: Credit Union of Denver

January 13th, 2016 No comments
  Colasoft’s products offer several tools to help us identify devices and traffic anomalies on our network. They also offer the Wi-Fi application to assist in further network issues or privacy concerns. Colasoft’s Capsa is affordable and efficient!”

– Benjamin Shumaker, NISO, Credit Union of Denver

Company Brief

As one of Colorado’s oldest and largest member-owned financial cooperatives, Credit Union of Denver provides its members with more overall value in the form of excellent rates, outstanding service, superior products and convenient access. By leveraging over 81 years of experience to keep operating costs low, membership returns high, and by making member satisfaction a top priority, Credit Union of Denver makes achieving financial goals smarter and more rewarding than ever before.

The Challenge

As a credit union, Credit Union of Denver needs quick identification of potential problems. They use multiple PC based applications as well as 3rd party browser based interfaces that require secure, fast, smooth delivery results. Changes to their environment can lead to negative impact on performance of network related information. Therefore, trying to identify the offending application or network breakdown is an urgent challenge of Credit Union of Denver.

The Solution

Comparing with some network analyzer they used before, Credit Union of Denver would like to choose a network analyzer which is easy to understand and adapt. The user-friendly interface of Capsa is what they want.

In the fast-paced financial industry, everything needs a quick result. By using Capsa, Credit Union of Denver is able to immediately identify applications which are inefficient and causing lots of unnecessary network traffic. Colasoft’s Capsa helps the company identify performance issues on network and save time at pin pointing the applications or networks causing the problem.

Voice

“The look and feel was great. Ability to capture packets, inspect, and diagnose were impressive. The overall Mapping ability to see where all the traffic is flowing, most popular hits, or congestive areas were visible.”

“The product was so easy that we did not require any support.”

Contact Info

Address: 9305 W. Alameda Ave Lakewood, Colorado 80226
Phone: 303-234-1700
Email: Secadmins@cudenver.com
Website: www.cudenver.com

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Case Study: TripleTech IT Solutions

January 13th, 2016 No comments
  “Colasoft’s Capsa is exactly what we are looking for. After the first time using it, we just stopped searching for any other network analysis software. It is a great product with competitive price. Besides, Colasoft’s Capsa is easy to implement and has a lot of features and very good reports.”

– Vinicius Barrado, IT Director, TripleTech IT Solutions

Company Brief

TripleTech IT Solutions offers outsourcing and consulting/services in network, security and database.

The Challenge

As a consulting and outsourcing company, TripleTech IT Solutions needs software which could analysis clients network in an easy and clear way and counts a lot whether the software could provide them a detail report. Besides, TripleTech IT Solutions needs software which could cost less time to generate reports of network.

The Solution

Easy to implement, Colasoft Capsa gives a quick report which is the principal criteria for TripleTech IT Solutions to find a network analyzer.

After using Capsa, business process Network analysis of TripleTech IT Solutions is enhanced, because it saves TripleTech IT Solutions a lot of time and money in producing the final report for their clients.

Voice

“Capsa enhanced my Network Analysis process and save me time and money.”

Contact Info

Address: Av. Nazare, 1139, São Paulo – SP
Phone: +5511995886048
Email: vinicius.barrado@tripletech.com.br
Website: www.tripletech.com.br

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Colasoft Announced Release of nChronos Network Analysis Appliance v5.0

December 2nd, 2015 No comments

Tulsa, OK – December 1, 2015 – Colasoft LLC (www.colasoft.com), an innovative provider of powerful and affordable network analysis solutions, today announced the release of its flagship product Colasoft nChronos Network Forensic Analysis Application v5.0. The OS architecture is greatly optimized in this version which helps make network monitoring and analysis much more convenient and efficient than ever before. This release comes with groundbreaking functional design and analysis processing technology, such as twin-engine application protocol analysis and the new customizable analysis views.

nChronos v5.0 provides high-performance network analysis for Cloud-Computing Datacenters by supporting 10 Gbps+ linear analysis with a new system architecture and processing engine, nanosecond-level analysis of packets, multi-link analysis technology and flexible storage capacity. It’s the perfect solution for high performance Cloud-Computing Datacenters which are in need of higher precision analysis. This new version provides an even greater user experience with many functionality improvements. Below are some of the highlights for nChronos v5.0:

• Added Statistics between Segments tab in the Link Analysis view.

• Supports customized field in the Reports view.

• Advanced Filter in the Link Analysis view.

• Supports quick report generation in the Link Analysis view.

• Graphs can be displayed and exported in the Link Analysis view.

• Supports View Management.

Users can choose to display or hide the views as well as set displaying orders. “For customers with demanding requirements for the high availability and operation of their data centers, nChronos is an ideal choice”, said Brandon Lewis, Director of Customer Services at Colasoft, “With nChronos, every single packet that goes through a user’s network is captured, recorded and able to be reviewed at any time.” An evaluation version of nChronos 5.0 is available for download on Colasoft website at www.colasoft.com.

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Colasoft Announces the Release of Capsa Network Analyzer 8.0

June 17th, 2015 No comments

June 16, 2015– Colasoft LLC, a leading provider of innovative and affordable network analysis software solutions, today announced the release of the latest version of Capsa network analyzer, a real-time portable network analyzer for wired and wireless network monitoring, bandwidth analysis, and intrusion detection. Capsa Network Analyzer 8.0 is based on the Third-generation Colasoft Traffic Recognition Engine (CSTRE), which substantially improved the accuracy and efficiency of protocol & application recognition.

Two Expert Diagnosis Events are added to Capsa 8.0, they are Physical Loop Diagnosis and Routing Loop Diagnosis. Capsa 8.0 makes it very easy for network administrators to locate network loop anomaly without looking into packet details. By providing possible reasons and solutions to each Diagnosis Event, it helps network administrators to quickly pinpoint and solve complicated network problems.

Another prominent feature is that packets can be colorized in Conversation Views, including Physical Conversation View, IP Conversation View, TCP Conversation View and UDP Conversation View. The relevance between a session and a packet is enhanced by colorizing packets which greatly improves performance analysis efficiency.

“In addition to concentrated development of new features, we also take great efforts to enhance user experience”, said Brian K. Smith, Vice President at Colasoft LLC, “Upon requests of many users, now Capsa 8.0 can easily be launched by command line. Packet timestamp shift function is added and host names can be resolved actively. Capsa 8.0 now offers the Network Engineer one of the most robust Bandwidth and Packet Analysis tools available”.

Capsa 8.0 is compatible with Windows XP/2003/2008/Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8. A free trial is available for download at: http://www.colasoft.com/download/products/download_capsa.php

 

About Capsa

Capsa is an easy-to-use packet sniffer (network analyzer or network sniffer) for network monitoring and troubleshooting purposes. It performs real-time packet capturing, 24×7 network monitoring, reliable network forensics, advanced protocol analyzing, in-depth packet decoding, and automatic expert diagnosing. By giving you insights into all of your network’s operations, Capsa makes it easy to isolate and solve network problems, identify network bottleneck and bandwidth use, and detect network vulnerabilities.

 

About Colasoft

Since 2001, Colasoft, an Oklahoma Company, has been an innovative provider of all-in-one and easy-to-use software solutions for users to monitor network activities, analyze network performance, enhance network security, and troubleshoot network problems. Currently, more than 5,000 customers in over 90 countries trust the company’s flagship product, Capsa Packet Sniffer, as their network monitoring and troubleshooting solution.  Please visit http://www.colasoft.com for more information.

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Capsa by Colasoft: A Network Engineer’s Product Review

February 9th, 2015 No comments

By Shane Killen

I wanted to take the opportunity to do a review of the Colasoft Capsa program.  I have been asked about this program often, and I think it is time I do a review. Everyone knows that I like this program and I personally use this network analyzer all the time in my consulting position.  I love it and I have recommended this program on my blog and to customers of the company I work for.  It has saved me time and money in diagnosing problems.  And if I’m saving money, that means my customers are saving money.  And everyone loves that!

A personal story:
Just to start this out, I want to tell you a quick, condensed story.  I had a customer that called me up one morning.  They told me that their network was “crawling” and they wanted to know if I knew of anything going on.  I was at another client at the time, and all I knew to say at that point was that I could come over and take a look.  They told me to hold off at the moment, and they would call me if you needed me.  By the time 4PM came, I called that customer back to see what they had found.  He told me that they still had the problem, and they wanted me to come on in and see if I could find the problem.  I did just that.  From the time I got there and started working on the problem, I set up a monitor session and connected my laptop up.  Within 10 minutes, I told them what was the problem, what was causing the problem, and how it needed to be resolved.  It was a device that had a NIC that started flooding the network.  180K packets per second (Capsa told me this).  They went and disconnected the offending network cable for the device, and everything came back up without issue.  Key NOTE:  They had been working all day on this problem without resolution.  I came in and within 10 minutes pointed out what the problem was, what was causing the problem, and what to do to fix it.  I was able to do this with the Capsa network analyzer within 10 minutes of starting the troubleshooting.  In this example, think of how much money and productivity was lost. The very next day, this customer bought Capsa.

Now, the review:
At first look, the Capsa dashboard has a very nice look and feel to it. The dashboard colors are easy on the eyes when looking at it for long periods time, which is important when needing to troubleshoot problems.  You don’t need something hard to look at on top of using your brain to pinpoint issues, and Capsa is certainly easy on the eyes.  See below for the first look.

The layout is also well designed.  The tabs across the display make it easy to navigate to areas you need to get to.  Its almost like the company had true technical engineers design the layout.

The first display I tend to look at and use is the default view.  You can easily customize this to whatever it is you are looking for.  Capsa puts out some displays for you by default.  The defaults are good, but if you need more for what you are trying to accomplish, they made it very easy to add to this display if you want to.  I personally modify it to what I like to see.

The “Summary” tab has very good statistical information in it.  I personally dont use this tab much, but if you are looking for general statistical information about your network, this is a good place to view.  I do know engineers that just want to take samplings on a network, and this is a good tab to view for just that.  Things like Diagnosis statistics, Traffic statistics, Packet size Distribution statistics, Protocol statistics by OSI model, etc.  Again, very good for taking statistical snapshots during timed intervals.

This next tab is really handy for doing network assessments.  Its called the “Diagnose” tab, and this tab will tell you potential problems on the network that Capsa sees.  Anything from delays, re-transmissions, SMTP server slow response, HTTP client error, etc. And when I say “etc”, I mean a lot of “etc”s.  I use this all the time, and its very handy and helpful for the network engineer.  Its handy because it even makes suggestions on what the actual problem resolution might be.  That is a pretty cool feature.

The next tab shows a “Protocol” view of the network.  This is an excellent view into what protocols are traversing your network.  If you see a protocol in this display that you didn’t want on the network, this is a great place to see it quickly.  Easy to see and right in front of your eyes without the need to sift through traffic or selecting a column view and then finding the protocol.  Its just right in front of you with ease to see.  This is very helpful when in a hurry to hunt down what you don’t want on the network, as far as protocol view is concerned.  I have had plenty of times when trying to see what protocol is running on a network, just to know for sure what is there and what is not there.  And when Im doing a deep inspection of a network, this is definitely one view I look at.

The “Physical Endpoint” tab gives you a view into the layer 2 and layer 3 view into the network for statistics.  I personally don’t use this view much.  However, I do see the benefit of this tab.  You can find problems by either MAC address or IP address, like a malfunctioning NIC.  This is a good statistical view of that.  I personally will see it in the default view, because Ill customize the view there to see such things.  But, this is also a great place for that sort of detail.  One thing I really like about this view is that you can see the actual packets if you choose to.  Just like what you would see in a wireshark packet capture.  This is a great feature.

The “IP Endpoint” is a layer 3 view only into this view.  Its very similar to the “Physical Endpoint” tab, with the same features for the most part.  This is mostly a statistical view.  Again, you can see the actual packet here if you want to see it, just like in wireshark.  I have used this screen to find packets from a particular IP address, so that I can use the packet view before.  This is very handy and easy to find what you are looking for if you are looking for a particular IP address.  From the “offender”, you can view all you want as far as raw packets go.  I personally like this and have used this often in the past.

The “Physical Conversation” and “IP conversation” tabs has some important information for troubleshooting delays, etc.  I personally have used this tab a lot, especially when looking for delays in traffic to find out what is actually happening.  There is a lot of good information in these tab views.

The “TCP Conversation” view is an excellent view for seeing delays, etc.  In application type delays, you can easily prove where delta delays are when everyone is pointing at the network as fault.  I have used this many times to prove application delays, and where the network was fine.  This view makes it very easy to see these types of delays with transaction sequence diagrams, along with seeing the actual packet if you want to (which I do).  Again, it just makes it easy.  See below for a screenshot.

The “UDP Conversation” view is similar, with the exception of a data flow view.  After all, its UDP.  I personally dont utilize this tab much.  Although, I do see the value in seeing the conversations between devices.

There is now a new section called “VoIP Call” tab.  I have experimented with this and I do like this tab.  It will show you the calls made via SIP, the status of the calls, duration, invite time, etc.  It even has a “translatorX” like view if you are a visual person and want to see the call setup steps that each call has taken.  This is especially helpful when troubleshooting failed SIP calls.  This is a welcomed addition to the Capsa package.  With that said, I must tell you that for now, it only will recognize SIP calls.  It will not recognize H323, MGCP, or SCCP.  I have to admit, that is a little disappointing.  However, that is really the only negative thing I can say about this tab.  But, I suspect that will change in the future.  But, keep in mind, you can still view H323, MGCP, and SCCP in the other tabs if you looking for them.  Its just not in this tab.  Overall, I’m still impressed with this VoIP capability.  I’d really like to show you this screen, but there is just too much sensitive information I cant give out in my capture.  So I’m only going to show you a piece of the screen, so that you get the idea of what you will see.  I did blot out the personal info on this screenshot, but again, there is more to this screen than what I’m showing below.

There is a new “Ports” tab that shows all the ports being used on the network.  From here, you can view the traffic conversations, along with the data flows.  Again, this is really important in finding delays, etc.  I really like this new addition to the Capsa product.

There is a “Matrix” tab which shows you in a circular diagram the traffic from source to destination.  I dont use this much, except to get an impression on how many devices are actually talking to each other.  From here, you can, again, look at the raw packets.  I have heard other engineers say they like this view.  I think this must be just personal preference.

The “Packet” tab takes you right to the raw packet view.  Again, this is convenient, as you can go directly to search for specific IPs or MAC addresses quickly. And again, with all the info you would need in the display for finding what you want in the packet capture.

The “Log” view is just that.  It shows you a log of successful and failed events.  Anything from a global view of all traffic, to seeing only DNS, Email, HTTP, etc types of traffic.  This is an excellent addition to the product when you need to see events outside a packet view.

The last tab is called “Report”.  I absolutely love this tab.  For the executives, you can run the reports they want to see without them actually being technical in nature.  Lets face it, they just want the high level overview.  They dont want to see the packet details, the troubles, etc.  They just want the facts, and these canned reports will give them just that.  Also, you can customize your own reports as well.  You can even customize this to your company name, logo, etc.  This is a nice feature.

Other features:
You can get Capsa to send you an audible alarm when an event happens, something you customize yourself.  You can also get it to send you an email when the event happens, if you happen to not be in front of your Capsa PC/Server.

I also like the displays across the top of the program.  I use the “utilization” and “pps” (packets per second) displays almost every time I use Capsa.  These views are easy to detect broadcast storms, over utilization, etc. There is also a “Traffic Chart (bps)” chart that is a visual of the amount of traffic that is on the network.  I like these views for sure.  They are always up front and if something starts happening on the network, you can easily see some of these types of events in these displays.  Very handy when you are going through the tabs and still able to see these views at the top.  I personally like that this was carefully thought of for the network engineer.

Another thing I like, is that if you are looking for only certain types of traffic, you can filter Capsa to only display that traffic without seeing all the other traffic you are not looking for.  This is handy when you know where the problem is, but dont know the cause of the problem.

One thing to note here in this review.  I have mentioned a lot of features in this program.  However, what I have not mentioned is ALL of the capabilities in each tab.  There are a ton of things you can do in most of the tabs.  Don’t think I covered everything.  I have only covered a fraction of what you get out of this product. What I suggest is that you go and download a demo of this product.  Try it for yourself and download a trial of this to see if you like it.  Visit Colasoft at www.colasoft.com, and let me know how you like it.

About Shane Killen

Shane Killen currently works at a consulting company in Birmingham, Alabama.  It is a consulting firm that deals with most aspects of IT Technology.
He works as a IT consultant, serving as a Senior Network Engineer. Shane Killen has been working in IT professionally since 1996.  Certifications currently hold –  Cisco CCNP (R&S), Cisco CCNP Voice, Cisco CCDP, Brocade BCNP, ShoreTel Advance Systems and Troubleshooting, CompTIA Network+, CompTIA A+, CSSA, Palo Alto ACE.

From: http://www.shanekillen.com/2015/02/capsa-by-colasoft-product-review.html

What’s New in nChronos 4.3?

November 25th, 2014 No comments

Service Port Monitor

nChronos 4.3 provides a Port view and a Service Access view to monitor and analyze service ports. The Port view calculates the statistics based on IP address + TCP/UDP service port. Together with the sorting function of nChronos, you can easily know which service ports are running on the network, and running for which IPs. The Port view further provides other information about the service port, including the application, the uplink and downlink traffic, the service access time, access times, etc. The Service Access view calculates the statistics based on server and client IPs, port number and applications. It provides the access details for each service port. You can drill a service port down to a specific service access session.

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VLAN and VPN Virtual Link Support

nChronos 4.3 provides support for virtual links, including VLAN and MPLS VPN. You can add virtual interfaces and set up network links based on the virtual interfaces. There is a VLAN view, which displays traffic statistics based on VLAN ID. An MPLS VPN view is also provided to display traffic statistics based on MPLS VPN label. Together with the name table function of nChronos, you can add names for VLANs and MPLS VPNs.

Millisecond Analysis

Millisecond analysis provides traffic analysis accurate to one millisecond. It is important for users who care about transient traffic burst. Colasoft nChronos 4.3 provides millisecond traffic statistics and millisecond traffic alarm. Users can define any millisecond traffic alarm according to the need. The Millisecond Analysis window displays the millisecond traffic statistics trend charts in real-time.

Multi-Segment Analysis

Sometimes the responses from large websites are very slow, and to find out the system bottleneck for the websites, it is necessary to analyze each link of the websites. Colasoft nChronos 4.3 provides a multi-segment analysis function, which associates and correlates the data of the same conversation collected on two or more network segments, and displays graphical performance analysis results, like packet loss, delay, retransmission, etc., thus providing visibility into the areas where bottlenecks may occur. A Multi-Segment Analysis window has a timeline pane to show the traffic trends of monitored links. When a conversation is analyzed, the conversations on other segments will be picked up and analyzed automatically.

A Multi-Segment Detail Analysis window shows the detailed analysis results and visualizes the conversation flow across multiple segments. When clicking and hovering a packet, correlated packets will be highlighted, the time difference between the packets will be displayed, and the packet view will show the in-depth decoding information for that packet.

Storage Filter

nChronos 4.3 provides Storage Filter for users to store packets that match the filer rules. You can define the filter rules based on IP/MAC address, port number, protocol type, packet size, etc., and only packets matching the rules will be stored. Besides the filter rules, Storage Filter provides a functionality to truncate the stored packet to a specified size. With Storage Filter, you can store interested packets, and even store only the first few bytes of interested packets. It saves storage space, and helps you avoid from policy problems in some environment.

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from: http://www.colasoft.com/nchronos/whatsnew.php

Colasoft Delivers nChronos v4.3 with Multi-Segment Analysis

November 23rd, 2014 No comments

Colasoft Delivers nChronos v4.3 with Multi-Segment Analysis

Tulsa, OK – November 19, 2014– Colasoft LLC (www.colasoft.com), an innovative provider of network analysis solutions, today announced a new version of its flagship product, nChronos Forensic Network Analysis Application. The multi-segment analysis leverages the packets recorded by nChronos to make it easier and quicker for network professionals to analyze the root cause of distributed application performance issues.

Most IT managers are have similar difficulty in diagnosing and solving application performance issues. It’s difficult to determine if the fault is in the network, the application, the server, or something else that is unknown. Hours or days are wasted in “finger pointing”. There are many components involved and troubleshooting a multi-segment network is difficult at best. In the past, IT professionals had to capture traffic separately from different points and manually merge the information into a single trace file to determine the root cause. nChronos will now automatically discover which packets and applications were seen at multiple points in the network. nChronos packet data recorder uses advanced algorithms to match data packets across the network. With nChronos v4.3, network problems such as latency, application errors, network anomalies or slow response can be tamed with greater ease and expediency.

nChronos v4.3 provides an even greater user experience with new and useful functionality and improvements. Below are some of the highlights of these new features included in nChronos v4.3:

  1. New views are added including a VLAN View, a MPLS VPN View, a Service Access View and a Port View.
  2. Provides millisecond-level traffic statistics and alarms for network links.
  3. Storage filter is available and packets can be stored with specified length.
  4. Application transaction alarms and application transaction alarm logs are now available.
  5. Packets can be downloaded from multiple network links.
  6. Combination analysis for IPv4 and IPv6 is available.
  7. The packets can now be stamped with switch time.

“We continue to provide an increase in value with additional functionality without sacrificing our easy to use interface. With the addition of multi-segment analysis, as well as the improved Alarm and Reporting function, nChronos now automates the previously tedious process of troubleshooting distributed network issues, with greater efficiency and ease.”, said Brandon Lewis, Director of Customer Support at Colasoft ”.

The evaluation version of nChronos 4.3 is now available on the Colasoft website www.colasoft.com.

From: http://www.colasoft.com/company/news_2014.php

Colasoft Capsa Network Analyzer – Selected as No.6 of “WindowSecurity.com Readers’ Choice Award – Security Scanner Software”

November 18th, 2014 No comments

Colasoft Capsa Network Analyzer was selected as No.6  in the Security Scanner Software category of the WindowSecurity.com Readers’ Choice Awards.

Results
1st Tenable Nessus 27%
2nd Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner  24%
3rd Retina Network Security Scanner  13%
4th GFI LanGuard  10%
5th Metasploit Pro for Windows  5%
5th NetIQ Secure Configuration Manager  5%
6th Colasoft Capsa Network Analyzer  3%
6th Dell Enterprise Reporter  3%
6th ShadowSecurityScanner  3%
7th Syhunt suite  1%
Others 6%

 

“Our Readers’ Choice Awards give visitors to our site the opportunity to vote for the products they view as the very best in their respective category,” said Sean Buttigieg, WindowSecurity.com manager. “WindowSecurity.com users are specialists in their field who encounter various network security solutions at the workplace. The award serves as a mark of excellence, providing the ultimate recognition from peers within the industry.”

 

WindowSecurity.comconducts monthly polls to discover which product is preferred by Network Security administrators in a particular category of third party network security solutions. The awards draw a huge response per category and are based entirely on the visitors’ votes. WindowSecurity.com visitors can submit their votes for the current Readers’ Award poll in the site’s left-hand bar.

 

If you’d like to know who the Readers’ Choice winners were, please take a look at Winner in the Security Scanner Software Category of Readers’ Choice Awards.

 

About WindowSecurity.com

WindowSecurity.com (http://WindowSecurity.com) is a Microsoft Windows Security resource site. It is the leading Windows Security site, attracting over 450,000 Security administrators and specialists a month. The site provides the latest Windows Security Services, articles and tutorials by leading Windows Security experts, message boards, software listings and product reviews.

 

Colasoft Thanksgiving Big Sale, Saving $1590 !

November 2nd, 2014 No comments

 

In this Thanksgiving season, Colasoft would like to thank you all for your continued support and trust.

We are very proud that nearly half a million users are now using Colasoft products as their network troubleshooting tools.

We would like every one of you to have that same opportunity this November from Colasoft.

Just pick the opportunity that best meets your needs.