Echo Server 1.3

Reviewed by Pete Daniel on 13 Nov 2014

"See what browsers and programs are sending"

Echo Server is a Java package that runs at the command line to see what information is being sent out over the internet. The name echo server is actually slightly misleading as no information is echo, but merely relayed. The Java package essentially listens in on the communication port that is being used to send information out from a computer over the internet and then displays that information to view it. This shows things such as how users and web browsers are being identified. It can be a useful tool to see perhaps for the first time just what is being sent out to the internet on behalf of users.

Echo Server Key Features:

Monitoring station to see what being sent over the internet from the PC

  • See all traffic activity
  • Requires Java 1.7 or later
  • Requires Windows

Echo Server is a useful tool to see what is being communicated online through the PC.

Requirements: Java 1.7+

What's new in this version: change pad directory structure

  • Size

    103.23 KB
  • License

  • OS

    Java, Linux, Mac OS, Unix, Windows
  • Price


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