LanDetective User Interface - Statistics View

In the Statistics view mode, you can see brief statistics on data intercepted by the LanDetective Internet Monitor. The information appears as a list, which updates automatically as new intercepted data arrives.

WEB Tab

In the Statistics view mode, the WEB tab displays a list with the following columns:

  • Date – date the list row corresponds with
  • Entries – number of records in the log. Each record corresponds with one intercepted file transferred via the HTTP protocol; for example, an image, HTML, CSS etc.
  • Bytes captured – total amount of data captured
  • Average size – average size of one intercepted file.

The appearance of the list can be set up via the context menu, which can be opened by right-clicking on the list header.

FTP Tab

In the Statistics view mode, the FTP tab displays a list with the following columns:

  • Date – date the list row corresponds with
  • Entries – number of FTP entries in the log. Each record corresponds with one intercepted file transferred via the FTP protocol
  • Bytes captured – total amount of data captured
  • Average size – average size of one intercepted file

The appearance of the list can be set up via the context menu, which can be opened by right-clicking on the list header.

MAIL Tab

In the Statistics view mode, the MAIL tab displays a list with the following columns:

  • Date – date the list row corresponds with
  • Entries – number of Email entries in the log. Each entry corresponds with one intercepted e-mail message transferred via the SMTP, POP3 or IMAP protocol
  • Bytes captured – total amount of data captured
  • Average size – average size of one intercepted email.

The appearance of the list can be set up via the context menu, which can be opened by right-clicking on the list header.

CHAT Tab

In the Statistics view mode, the CHAT tab displays a list with the following columns:

  • Date – date the list row corresponds with
  • Entries – number of chat entries in the log. Each record corresponds with one intercepted chat message transferred via one of the following chat services: MSN, YAHOO, ICQ, AIM, IRC or MAIL.RU (MRIM)
  • Bytes captured – total amount of data captured
  • Average size – average size of one captured chat message

The appearance of the list can be set up via the context menu, which can be opened by right-clicking on the list header.