Captures Packets. That's about all it does well. Doesn't give any information on what devices the traffic is going to/from, just the associated outside address. What if I want to know where data is moving INSIDE my network? Super unintuitive, setup is left entirely up to the user to already know how the app works without using it before. How am I to know what these green triangles are for, and which does what?
Very nice app to sort IPV4 packets by application. As others mentioned it would be helpful to be able to export entire captures as a pcap file and also to capture UPD packets. I find it a very useful tool (and one of the best) to monitor connections of specific apps.
Fantastic app, works great! Love to see packet filter expressions (e.g. to capture only matching packets) and/or a search function in the data viewer. Trying to find specific data currently means lots of manual scrolling. Also a folding tree for viewing structured data would be cool! Would pay for an add-on premium version.
It's good. There is an app filter now. I would like to be able to download a whole recording session instead of individual packets. Where is the data saved?
Does what it says, but some apps report no network connection with this running. Also, requests to Google's ad network show up in captures, so I'm guessing these are from the ads shown by this app itself.
It doesn't actually capture the packets...the apps try to send out data but this app stops it and does not actually save the data for examination. Needs to be rebuilt and analyzed again.
- Added image decoder
- Minor bug fix
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