One file that contains Etherpeek, LocalPeek, and TokenPeek demos.
Duplicates an AppleShare volume over a network so that all the
machines connected to it have the exact same software configuration.
Gives full privs on an AppleShare volume you have guest access
Hides your presence on an AppleTalk network
Demo of an Ethernet packet sniffing utility.
Lists registered users of an Apple File Server
Will hide an application on a network. Good for using an application
that has serial number verification over networked systems.
Prevent some people from printing to a LaserWriter
Will launch a program on a remote Mac over Appletalk. Program
must be installed on both the target and the source machines.
Demo of a Localtalk packet sniffing utility.
Builds a list of users from other Macs on your network.
Ethernet packet sniffer. This demo is pretty limited but it can
still be usefull if your in a pinch.
An extension that will log all PPP connections to a file.
A dynamic AppleTalk monitoring software that allows you to know
immediately of any changes to your AppleTalk network, including
zones, nodes or services changes, print status information, etc.
Creates a list of all registered zones, bridges, nodes and services
on your internetwork.
Looks for all active nodes on your network.
Makes an application shareable so that multiple users can use
it at the same time over a network.
Allows you to edit AppleTalk packets before they are sent out.
Demo of a TokenTalk packet sniffing utility.
(From the ReadMe...) Allows collection and decoding of network
packets from ethernet or localtalk. AppleTalk TCP/IP, and DECnet
routing protocol packets are decoded into their components. Packets
can be saved in several forms and recalled later as well as printed.
Basic traffic analysis tools are provided. Full decoding of AppleTalk
and TCP/IP packets is performed, and the first layer of the DNA
protocol stack, DRP, is also decoded. (With features like these
who needs EtherPeek?)
Chooser extension that does a general NBP query and shows _everything_
that is running on your net.
Kills whatever the active program is that is controlling the serial
port. Great for killing TCP connections or funky fax software.