June 4, 2010 in Networks and FTP (F)
[prMac.com] Cincinnati, Ohio - Code by Kevin has released PacketStream 3.3, an update to its Macintosh network-monitoring program. PacketStream provides point-and-click activation of the Mac's built-in network monitoring program, which is usually available only from the command line. By clicking a few buttons, you can monitor data as it streams over your network--especially useful for checking web traffic, network bottlenecks, or even suspicious network activity. All network data is displayed in the application itself, and you can save the data to a file for further analysis later.
Version 3.3 of PacketStream has the following features and enhancements:
* Now supports AppleScript and Services
* Status icon changes during network scan
* Now supports Keychain integration for password
* Improved status messages in the main window
* Can now show contents of packet data in main window.
PacketStream compared to Terminal and Unix-based programs:
* Simple to use: Set a couple of user preferences, click a button, and go
* Save network data to a file for later analysis
* Monitor traffic on specific network ports
* Supports AppleScript, Services, and Keychain
* Thorough user documentation via the "Help" menu
Pricing and Availability:
PacketStream is shareware. Licenses cost $24.95 (USD) and a 30-day demo is available. The program is a universal binary and requires Mac OS X 10.5 to run.
Code by Kevin develops software that makes the Mac's Unix foundation easier to use. For more information about our products, visit them online.