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Pot.LanHound Potentially Dangerous Tools Information

Name: Pot.LanHound
Category: Potentially Dangerous Tools
Advice: Keep
Risk: Low Risk Low risk threats pose a very low risk or no immediate danger to your computer or your privacy, however these types of applications may profile user online habits, but only according to specific privacy policies stated in the applications End-User License. These types of threats generally borderline on being a threat to being a standard application that has a complex license agreement that you knowingly installed.
Description: Pot.LanHound is a packet sniffer used to capture and analyze network traffic.

From the manufacturer website: "Use LanHound to hunt down broadcast storms, analyze protocols, monitor and secure your network. These tools capture and decode the traffic between two or more systems or devices. Decoding allows you to view the conversation in English, as opposed to "binary" language. Packet Capture and Packet Decode help you to isolate problems. Viewing specific packet details shows exactly what is happening.

Protocol analyzers provide you information about the traffic flow on your network. LanHound also includes network monitoring that is statistics and trend information on your network traffic."

Signatures: process: lanhound.exe: MD5 Hash: 40d3c1067c21b3d74a1... process: lanhound.exe: MD5 Hash: 49082eaf896fadbd12f..
Type: Potentially dangerous utilities/tools -

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