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USB Port Sniffer
USB Sniffer is a friendly and informative USB monitor software for Windows. It offers complete software USB monitoring solution that is easy to use and understand.
USB Port Sniffer allows you to monitor USB activity between USB devices connected to computer and applications there. Use USB Packet Sniffer to develop your applications, drivers, or to test hardware. It is an efficient platform for coding, testing, and optimization.
You need to monitor USB data and analyze incoming and outgoing data from USB device.
How USB Port Sniffer solves it
With USB monitor software you can see the devices connected to your computer and capture USB traffic in real time. For deep analysis USB Packet Sniffer will show you a raw hex dump and decoded human readable view for your convenience. Sniff USB comfortably with USB Analyzer!
Advantages of USB Port Monitor
Monitor USB port activity
USB Device Sniffer will capture, log, and display all USB activity in the system. USB port monitor software can intercept the IRPs, URBs, IOCTLs, and data transferred through USB hubs.
Save and Export USB Data
Saving and exporting are extra features of USB Port Sniffer that can be used for later analysis of captured data and for exporting to different formats. You can export data collected by USB Sniffer to TXT, CSV, XML, or HTML formats.
Convenient Display of Monitored packets
FFor each captured packet USB data Analyzer provides brief packet information along with in-depth analysis for the packet you select. In the upper part of the program you'll see brief information for all monitored packets, while Command View and Data View below will show the contents of selected packet. Command View shows decoded packet and its fields, while all accompanying data is shown in Data View in Hex and ASCII formats.
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Windows XP (32-bit and 64-bit), Windows 2003 (32-bit and 64-bit) , Windows Vista (32-bit and 64-bit), Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit), Windows 8 (32-bit and 64-bit), Windows 10 (32-bit and 64-bit)
(25 Mar, 2019) Release notes