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Quietly monitoring a specific program for hangs/crashes on startup and logging info to file [on hold]

I need a program or script that can run from the start up folder and run in the background so users don't see it. (I'm afraid they will turn it off if they don't know what it is.) It needs to monitor ...
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Internet stops working when using Microsoft Network Monitor

I need to sniff some http request that a software is making, so I've downloaded Microsoft Network Monitor which I have used in the past on other computers without any problems. So I run the network ...
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128 views

Finding out which device is using my network

I have an open WiFi network in my business and it's recently slowed to a crawl. I'd like to find out which IP is using my bandwidth so I can block their MAC address. My router doesn't support any ...
2
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1answer
105 views

Show current ping to website on Taksbar

I'm looking for a way to monitor my current internet connection quality by showing the ping-response to a website like google in the taskbar on the right side. I'm using Windows 8.1. Kind of like ...
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81 views

Software that sees which programs uses the internet? [closed]

Is there an easy-to-use and hopefully free software that can show the user which of the running processes are connecting to the internet and how much of the bandwidth it's using?
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Monitoring applications' network traffic [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I monitor internet usage in my network? Is there any software similar to currports or NetSpeedMonitor. Is these programs you can see which application is ...
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892 views

Monitoring traffic in my home network

I have a very irritating smart phone which is auto connecting to the Internet. The phone itself does not have any network monitoring tools so there's no way I can figure out which program on the phone ...
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2answers
343 views

Can instant messengers conversations be monitored?

on the ISP level, how can someone monitor messenger talks? isn't the p2p architecture immune to such surveillance? and how do different instant messaging clients compare in that sense?