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Xframe Makes It to the Dark Side™
And shines light on your Internet better than ever.
CORONA CITY (Rixstep) — In these terrible troubled times, Rixstep's amazing packet sniffer makes it to the Dark Side™.
For reasons not fully understood, this was previously thought to be impossible. It isn't.
Xframe Dark Side™ is available for OS X 10.14 Mojave and the less attractive OS X 10.15 Catalina. As always, Rixstep recommend OS X users stay with Mojave.
Xframe is the ultimate packet sniffer. Xframe demultiplexes everything on the line into sovereign windows. There are windows for ARP and rARP, ICMP, IGMP, IPv4, IPv6, TCP, and UCP. The main window displays the basic encapsulation data together with date/time and so forth.
Any frame can be dumped to a floating window of its own.
Any one frame in any of these windows can be 'synced' to all the other related windows, making it easy to trace traffic.
All traffic can be logged on disk in easy-to-read format.
For purchase information, please consult the Rixstep purchase page.
Stockholm/London-based Rixstep are a constellation of programmers and support staff from Radsoft Laboratories who tired of Windows vulnerabilities, Linux driver issues, and cursing x86 hardware all day long. Rixstep have many years of experience behind their efforts, with teaching and consulting credentials from the likes of British Aerospace, General Electric, Lockheed Martin, Lloyds TSB, SAAB Defence Systems, British Broadcasting Corporation, Barclays Bank, IBM, Microsoft, and Sony/Ericsson.
Rixstep and Radsoft products are or have been in use by Sweden's Royal Mail, Sony/Ericsson, the US Department of Defense, the offices of the US Supreme Court, the Government of Western Australia, the German Federal Police, Verizon Wireless, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Microsoft Corporation, the New York Times, Apple Inc, Oxford University, and hundreds of research institutes around the globe. See here.
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