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sniffer

(snif′ĕr)
A colloquial term for any inhaled substance used illicitly to become intoxicated. Examples include benzene, ether, gasoline, and glue.
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The Sniffer Portable Lab 10GbE Analyzer is designed for network managers who need to monitor and troubleshoot next-generation networks and the applications that run on them.
To augment the Sniffer Network Protection Platform, Network Associates offers the nPO solution -- featuring nPO Manager and nPO Visualizer.
Sniffer Technologies, a Network Associates business, is a leading provider of network and application management solutions designed to ensure e-business uptime.
Bearington's newest division, The Original Whiffer Sniffers, is the company's first entry into the toy segment.
We have already received orders for the Sniffer from India- 8 Sniffers and from Israel - 7 Sniffers.
Sniffer Wireless also supports Symbol Technologies' Spectrum24 High Rate Wireless LAN solution.
The new Sniffer will be effective to be used in, airports, ports, borders, by customs, any police and intelligence agency, highway patrol, coast guard, military, etc
Sniffer Wireless allows customers to determine the source of network hold-ups that may cause users to experience slow response time behind their ERP, SCM and/or Internet applications.
Winning this award validates the strength that Sniffer Technologies solutions have with our customers and is evidence of our solutions' dominance in the network and performance management marketplace," said Christopher Thompson, vice president of marketing for Sniffer Technologies at Network Associates(R).
Network General(TM) Corporation, the global leader in providing dashboard to packet solutions for enterprise application and network performance analysis, today announced that Nashville, Tennessee-based Vanderbilt University has recently deployed the Sniffer InfiniStream(TM) solution to gain a new level of visibility into its network.
Sniffer Technologies Extends 18-Year Legacy and Leadership Position in Network-Based Performance Management Solutions to Network Application Performance Management
Implant Sciences Corporation (AMEX: IMX) a developer and manufacturer of products for national security, medicine and industry, today announced a new order for one of our Quantum Sniffer handheld explosives detectors to be used by a law enforcement agency in New Jersey.