This piece of software allows a user to do the following: Monitor a selected NIC’s network ARP traffic. It enumerates the MAC address vendors of captured source MAC addresses and allows export of the log to a .csv file. Perform an ARP ping on a specified range. The ARP ping enumerates the MAC address vendor of ARP pinged Ip’s as well as the hostname of the replying Ip if possible. The ARP ping also provides export functionality to .csv, so that a user can quickly generate a report of active devices on their class C network. The ARP ping contains ARP poisoning as well, so that network administrators may test their network for this vulnerability. ZSlowHttp to test IIS or Apache servers for the slow DOS vulnerability. (Use the included console application for this feature as the UI is not implemented properly yet. UDP scanning of well known udp protocols, along with a .csv export functionality. Master oot record reader, with the ability to save a copy of the masterboot record of a selected harddrive. TcpIpViewer, allows the user to see which processes are using which sockets and also provides connection details for TCP connections. Further, the TcpIpViewer allows for a user to select a given process->connection and perform a geolookup of the remotely connected Ip Address. TCP SYN port scan, with export capabilities and hostname enumeration. WMI scanning for installed products on windows machines. Requires user credentials.