ICSI Netalyzr launch

Chris Grundemann cgrundemann at gmail.com
Wed Jun 10 22:11:10 CDT 2009


On Tue, Jun 9, 2009 at 16:51, <vern at ee.lbl.gov> wrote:
> Folks, you might be interested in checking out a network monitoring
> tool we launched today, Netalyzr.  It's a Java applet you can run by
> surfing to netalyzr.com.  It aims to measure a bunch of the properties of
> and end user's network access, particularly looking for transparent
> modifications (e.g., hidden proxies), connectivity restrictions, and some
> security issues (e.g., whether the DNS resolver is vulnerable to the
> Kaminsky attack).
>
> We've had several thousand users run it today so far, so you may be hearing
> about reports your customers have gotten from it.  You can see a sample
> report at:
>
>        http://netalyzr.icsi.berkeley.edu/restore/id=example-session
>
> - Vern
>
>


Why no privacy policy?  Or am I just partially blind?  Is an answer in
a FAQ legally binding?
~Chris


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