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See What Images are Being Viewed on your Network with Driftnet

Monday, September 20th, 2010

At the end of the article, the writer warns that this program consumes a lot of system resources … it seems like it would also consume a lot of time to have someone review all of the images that were viewed on a network.

I want to preface this article by saying I am not, in any way advocating spying on your users. With that said, there are times (and reasons) why you might need to see what images are being viewed on your network. Whether it be an end user who is viewing content that goes against specific company policies or, worse, against the law. When this happens, you might have need or cause to see just what is being viewed from your LAN. When this is the case there is a handy tool for that called Driftnet.

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