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Freeware (Free)
1.8 MB
Windows All
Publisher's Descriptions
Intercepts and decodes all instant message traffic received by the computer (currently AOL Instant Messenger, ICQ and MSN but will support Yahoo and jabber by version 0.8).

A high performance engine delivers real time message decryption. Conversations can be viewed immediately or saved for later analysis.

IM Sniffer is intended for concerned parents or spouses as well as for network administrators. What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]

· Support for MSN was completed as well as AIM Express support

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