MSN Messenger Monitor Sniffer

MSN Messenger Monitor Sniffer 3.7

It was designed to monitor, record and capture MSN Messenger conversations
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MSN Messenger Monitor Sniffer is a network utility that monitors, records and captures chat conversations from MSN Messenger on all the computers in a local network.
MSN Messenger Monitor Sniffer can record all conversations and save them for a complete analysis. These conversations are saved in a folder named with the date and time and save different files in HTML format.
The GUI is friendly and easy to use to monitor all conversations. To monitor a specific conversation just select the IP address and click on the Start button to start monitoring the conversation. You can retrieve all this saved conversations just by clicking the Logs button and selecting the folder with the information that you want to review.
MSN Messenger Monitor Sniffer is able to scan your network to retrieve all the IP’s available; also has the option to select the network adapter and monitors different networks or network’s segments.
This network utility can run in different ways to be hiding on the monitor screen; also has the option to record conversations at a specific time and e-mailing these conversations in a report for a deep analysis; also has the feature to upload this report to an FTP site where you can download it later.
The installation is very easy to perform and no further libraries are needed.
There is no documentation on the MSN Messenger Monitor Sniffer software, all the help and information is on its website.
MSN Messenger Monitor Sniffer works on Windows XP, 2000, 2003 or Windows NT with network card and 64 MB of RAM available.

Ricardo Zayola
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Review summary

Pros

  • MSN Messenger Monitor Sniffer runs in stealth mode protected by password, logs the conversations in html and can e-mailing or upload to an FTP site for a later complete analysis

Cons

  • MSN Messenger Monitor Sniffer is not free; the help online help is general and there isn’t User’s Guide to use all the features correctly
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