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Use pure ARP to detect IP/MAC address, and control/change mac, network usage.
Protect your system by blocking ARPs.
Change the MAC (Media Access Control) address of your network hardware.
Share large files, photos, movies, videos, and MP3s easily through a Web browser.
Protect computer network connection from ARP poisoning attacks.
Eliminate a security vulnerability in a protocol implemented in Microsoft Windows systems.
Intercept ARP problems, prevent DOS attacks, analyze ARP packets, and protect ARP caches.
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Monitor and evaluate your Internet protocol and network.
Scan and change Mac addresses within any range of IP addresses on your network card.
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