MSN Checker Sniffer monitors MSN conversations on remote computers available in your network, allowing users to save messages within a few clicks. It’s not complicated at all to work with it.
The user interface is wrapped in a familiar window with a simple structure, where you can get started by selecting the network adapter and initialize the scanning procedure.
Results shows all contacts available in your LAN, along with MSN conversations with time and date stamps, and sender name for each conversation. These lists can be saved to HTML format for further scrutiny.
You can specify an IP range to locate computers, view history chats, set MSN Checker Sniffer to automatically run at system startup and with the main window minimized, as well as enable logs to autosave at a specific time interval or on computer shutdown.
Other settings of MSN Checker Sniffer let you enable log sending via FTP or email, password-protect the program, and switch to a different language for the GUI.
No error dialogs were shown in our tests, and the tool did not hang or crash. It has a good response time, retrieves information rapidly, and uses a pretty low amount of CPU and RAM, it doesn't affect overall performance. All in all, MSN Checker Sniffer is a handy tool for users who want to get ahold of MSN conversations with minimum effort.