Screenshot of NetShareMonitor
NetShareMonitor is the application to watch your shared files from the intruders and thereby protecting your shares from unauthorized access. As soon as remote user connects to your machine, NetShareMonitor detects it and displays information about that session. The session information includes remote host address, remote user name, list of accessed files and time of connection. Entire details pertaining to each session will be logged to file for future analysis.
Now you no longer have to worry about your shared files being accessed by unknown persons on the network. You can make NetShareMonitor to keep eye on your shares while you get down to work. It will alert you on any file access and you can always check the log files for past sessions in case you have missed the alert.
Watch against unauthorized access to the shared files
You can keep eye on all shared files without getting distracted from your normal work. The remote host address and user name will help you to quickly track down the malicious user.
Protect your system from network virus
Most of the viruses spread by exploiting shared folders on the network. NetShareMonitor helps you to detect any such attempts and also reduces the response time considerably to eliminate the virus infected machines from the network completely.
Launch this application and then minimize to make it sit in system tray. Now try to access shares on your system from remote host. Instantly NetShareMonitor will play music and starts blinking indicating an attempt to access your shares. Now double click on system tray icon to see details about current session and accessed files.
You can customize various options through settings dialog.
Next version will allow you to block the unwanted connections automatically. You will be able to terminate active sessions with just a click. Moreover you will be able to manage your shares from the NetShareMonitor. New alert mechanisms will keep you informed about your system's health no matter where you are.
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