Audit your PC's incoming and outgoing traffic
Protocol Netcat is a tool for reading and writing data over a network connection with TCP and UDP. The goal is to become a trusted tool for other applications and scripts that need to be connected to the network. That way, the user can know the traffic entering his machine and the traffic he is leaving.
The app also acts as a debugging and scanning tool. The basic functions of this software include three steps:
- Step 1: Create a socket to connect to or work with the server.
- Step 2: Send everything that comes to the outlet.
- Step 3: Learn all about the standard output from the jack.
- The main functions of this network management tool are:
- Control outgoing or incoming connections in TCP or UDP or from any port.
- Full DNS forwarding and Fallback backpacks verification with proper warnings.
- Ability to use any local source port.
- The possibility to use a locally configured network source address.
- Ability to randomly scan ports.
- Source route
- Read arguments from the standard input command line.
- Slow transmission mode with the possibility of setting time intervals between lines.
- Hex dump of data sent and received.
- Work for other service programs to establish connections.
- Option to reply via Telnet.