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Who's There? is a security program that monitors anyone that attempts to access data through your firewall.
Who's There? is a security program that monitors anyone that attempts to access data through your firewall. It logs access attempts, displaying the date, time, program used, port, mode, and IP address.
Who's There? is a firewall advisor that tracks and combats access attempts against your firewall.
Here are some key features of "Whos There":
Advanced Access History window displaying all logged access attempts and including security risk level and host name of the accessor.
Windows summarizing access attempts by service type and accessor IP address.
Built-in information and advice about many common attacks and their applicability to the Macintosh.
Automated "Whois" lookup to determine details of the accessor's network, including administrator name, address, phone number and email.
Automated drafting of an email that can be used to notify the administrator of the access attempt and provide the administrator with details that may be useful in tracking the attempt.
30 days trial.
universal binary supporting PowerPC and Intel Macs
fixed a bug where the date displayed could be off by an hour during daylight savings time.
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