This software allows you to monitor the data that devices and applications exchange over USB connections. This program helps in development, testing, debugging and analysis of devices, drivers, software and hardware solutions that use USB communications for data exchange. It has complete set of tools and utilities for successful decoding of USB communication protocols and analyzing packets data. The app's various editions include features for browsing, searching, filtering, recording and data playback.
Our software USB analyzer provides you with wide range of data visualization tools for most popular USB protocols and raw USB data. It also offers you the ability to create custom data visualizers, allowing you to explore, parse and decode any USB data and custom protocols in a most convenient way. Universal Serial Bus analyzer includes not only functions for real-time data analysis but also functions for exporting data, recording monitored data into log files and playing back previously recorded files. Advanced features allow you to send control commands to USB devices and automate the workflow with the built-in scripting.
It's entirely a software USB port monitoring and data logging solution that allows you to avoid using expensive and often inconvenient hardware-based USB sniffers.
This USB data snooping software has been developed and constantly improved for more than 18 years. It provides an intuitive user interface, includes detailed documentation with examples and requires no special programming skills to start using it. Download this USB Analyser now and start spying USB data transfers in a few seconds!
Sometimes you need to monitor USB transactions performed by user USB application communicating with device driver (via Windows API functions calls) and accessing USB hardware device using standard or vendor-specific USB interfaces. On the USB protocol layer level such debugging tools as USB logic analyzers and oscilloscopes makes almost no sense due to it's low level view. The most applicable tool in this case will be USB Protocol Analyzer where communication data is parsed and decoded from binary raw format into a human-readable form, which allows you to review the exchanged data and perform quick packets analysis.
Our USB protocol analyzer works by installing a filter driver on top of USB host controller driver. The filter driver intercepts all communication between a USB driver and host controller driver and passes intercepted data to the running monitoring session. USB Monitor uses a set of predefined and user-created protocol definition files to parse monitored data, filter them according to specified criteria and process using various data processing modules.
It provides a rich set of USB class-specific visualizers, built-in Statistics module as well as logging module. The latter one can be used to create a detailed log of a monitoring session, which allows postponing session analysis. In addition, a custom data visualizer may be created which will present the essential data to the user in most convenient way. Data in each data visualizer can easily be navigated, searched, copied and exported in various formats.
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View USB device stack layout: device objects for each device driver. View USB device descriptor, configuration descriptor, interface descriptor, endpoint descriptor, HID descriptor. View Plug & Play (PnP) related information and more.
Intercept and display traffic passing over USB connections, analyze data transfer protocols between computers and USB devices, analyze USB Host Controllers, USB Hubs and USB Devices activity, view USB device properties, decode class specific usb descriptors and requests, analyze data transmitted via USB interfaces, filter monitored data by type, properties, endpoints, record log files, export raw / structured data, send commands to the device, automate workflow with scripts and more.
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You may successfully use this USB communications viewer and debugger for:
Our USB data capture software utility supports Windows server and workstation desktop platforms starting from Windows 7 (Windows XP, Vista are supported by old product versions) both 32-bit and 64-bit, including Windows 10 x86 and x64 operating system.
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You'll find our USB sniffing and analyzing software useful while working with the following USB device classes:
Product natively supports parsing protocol packets of the following device classes: Human Interface Device (HID), Mass Storage, Communication (CDC), Still Image Capture, Media Transfer Protocol (MTP), Audio, Video and vendor specific device class.
Our Software USB logic analyzer will help you to capture URB (USB Request Blocks) and decode data streams of the following devices:
USB Ports Monitor is a most effective software utility for developers, who deal with the following device classes: USB composite devices, USB mass storage / USB drive devices, USB Video / Audio MIDI devices, USB Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) devices, USB Human interface (HID) devices
Data rates support
Our USB dataflow decoding and debugging tool supports parsing data from the USB host controllers on the following data transfer rates:
HHD Software USB Port Monitor is a non-intrusive software USB protocol analyzer which processes packets in real-time even during high traffic load.
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Using our software USB explorer you can view, decode and analyze all USB requests which flows between USB host controller/USB hub and the USB hardware device during enumeration: USB Request Block (URB), IOCTL, IRP: PNP and Power I/O Request Packets. It captures and displays USB bulk, interrupt, isochronous and control transfers.
There are following requests supported by this USB Sniffer:
USB User Mode IOCTL, PNP IRP, Power IRP request groups are also supported by our software USB tracer.
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Our USB sniffer supports decoding packets data with the following built-in USB protocol parsing modules:
Additionally, custom databus protocol parser may be easily implemented by creating your own protocol definition files.
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The USB Monitor detects all connected USB devices and displays them, grouping by device class. Extended information (including descriptors) is provided for each device. This list is automatically updated every time you plug or unplug a USB device.
The activity of each USB device can be monitored in real time, and highly efficient and carefully optimized data processing algorithms help avoid communication delays. This approach makes our product, in fact, the only nonintrusive software USB protocol analyzer available on the market today.
Product offers a generic USB data/descriptors/commands/requests filtering feature, which allows you to configure filtering for different visualizers, create filtering schemes and quickly apply them to different visualizer windows.
Additionally, you may change the appearance of visual elements for monitored packets in the data visualizers including URB View, Packet View, Communications View, Mass Storage View, HID View, Audio View, Video View, Still Image/ MTP View. No other solution will allow you to adjust your output as flexibly and conveniently as our product.
Our product is the only one among all other USB analyzers, which offers you the opportunity not only to monitor the usb communications in real time, but also to record the received data in the log file with the possibility to replay and analyze it later or share it with your colleagues.
Using our usb communications monitoring solution, you will be able to reproduce arbitrary fragments of previously recorded data on the screen and export it in raw binary or text format.
Basic USB Monitor functionality includes the ability to view and navigate monitored USB data. All data visualizers allow a given data pattern to be easily found using the search function. The search may be performed among the whole visualizer contents or among the selected area only.
Some visualizers also provide advanced searching capabilities, including searching for text in different encodings or binary data and a search with regular expressions.
With this unique feature of our product, you can snoop usb data even on remote computers. You install the Device Monitoring Server on your remote computer, connect to it using USB Monitor running on your workstation, then access all the data flowing between USB applications running on the remote computer and USB devices connected to it.
You can even have multiple simultaneous remote monitoring and recording sessions to a single device from computers in different places around the world.
Only our product offers you a truly sophisticated graphical and statistical analysis of data obtained during the monitoring of USB devices activity. You can analyze not only real-time data, but also historical data stored in pre-recorded log files.
You can inspect the following data parameters: Packets Total/sec, Bytes Total/sec, Bytes Read/sec, Bytes Written/sec, IO Packets/sec. The product allows you to customize the list of data being analyzed, and specify the type and form of the analysis.
The Packet View visualizer provides the combination of brief packet information for each monitored packet and in-depth analysis for an individually selected packet. It is structurally divided into two panes.
The upper pane displays brief information for each monitored packet in a table. The lower pane lists all other supported and installed visualizers which are used to display the individual packet information. Once you select the packet in the upper pane, all its internal fields are decoded and displayed in the visualizers in the lower pane. For example, you may select a HID protocol packet to see it decoded in URB View and HID View visualizers.
The URB View visualizer displays each monitored USB Request Block (URB). It decodes the packet's internal fields, and works in two modes - Basic and Complete. In Basic mode only the main packet fields are decoded and displayed, while some other are available as popup hints. In Complete mode the entire packet is decoded and all accompanying data is provided in Hex/ASCII view.
The contents of the visualizer can be copied into the Clipboard or exported into the file in various formats. Use the mouse to select the portion to copy/export or leave the selection empty to copy the entire visualizer contents.
Structure View data visualizer is a two-part window. First part displays each monitored packet parsed according to specified set of protocols. Second part displays raw packet contents. Cursor navigation may be synchronized between two parts. Each packet is matched against one or more of loaded protocol definition files and all protocol fields are shown in the top part of the visualizer. For each field, its name, value, starting address and size are displayed. If field consists of other fields, you may expand it.
Visualizer supports configuring protocol-based filtering (aka Display Filter) and allows changing of the root protocol.
The visualizer has two windows, one of which displays data sent to the USB device, and another one displays data received from the USB device.
All subsequent packets are concatenated into a single data stream, which is displayed as sequence of hexadecimal, decimal, octal, binary data and text. Alternatively, the stream may be displayed as a sequence of floating-point numbers with single or double precision.
The data visualizer is extremely flexible and allows you to customize both its layout and appearance.
The HID View visualizer parses and displays the contents of the HID report descriptors and HID-specific requests. This visualizer works in two modes: HID View and Report View.
In HID View mode the visualizer displays parsed HID Report descriptor and brief description for each monitored HID packet. In Report View, the most detailed information for each monitored packet is displayed.
The Still Image/MTP View visualizer parses and displays the commands and data exchanged between device and host over USB Still Image and MTP protocols. These protocols are used by digital still photography devices.
The complete PIMA 15740 command set is supported, all PIMA 15740 operations, responses and events are decoded and displayed.
Works with USB Mass Storage Bulk-Only device class and subclass. Specific commands from USB Mass Storage CBI are also supported. There are two modes of operation: Mass Storage Level and Command Level. In first mode it parses Mass Storage-specific structures, and in the second mode it parses commands exchanged between the host and device.
The following command sets are supported: SCSI Primary Command Set 2 (SPC2), SCSI Multimedia Command Set 2 (MMC2), SCSI Reduced Block Command Set (RBC)
USB Audio visualizer parses packets and descriptors for USB Audio compliant device. The following subclasses are supported: Audio Control (AC) & Audio Streaming (AS). The first one is used to control and change the state of device. The second one is generally used for data transmitting.
The following control pipe requests are parsed for the audio class device: SET_CUR (0x01), GET_CUR (0x81), SET_MIN (0x02), GET_MIN (0x82), SET_MAX (0x03), GET_MAX (0x83), SET_RES (0x04), GET_RES (0x84), SET_MEM (0x05), GET_MEM (0x85), GET_STAT (0xFF)
USB Video visualizer parses packets and descriptors for USB Video compliant device. The following subclasses are supported - Video Control (VC) & Video Streaming (VS). The first one is used to control and change the state of device. The second one is generally used for data transmitting.
This visualizer decodes USB Communications Class packets and descriptors. The Communication Device Class is a device level definition and is used by the host to properly identify a communication device that may present several different types of interfaces.
A filter is a single condition which follows the syntax of Protocol Definition expressions. Capture filter can be used to discard entire packets according to specified criteria. It can refer to any field in captured packet and use logical or arithmetic operators.
You can either select one of the predefined filters or create your own.
Device Monitoring Studio offers an endpoints filtering feature, which allows you to select endpoints to be filtered using context menu in URB View visualizer.
Combined with an ability to have as much URB View visualizers as you need, you may open one data visualizer for each endpoint.
This exporter parses intercepted USB data according to the loaded set of protocols, applies optional protocol-based filtering and Root Protocol and writes the resulting binary data into the output file. It produces the result identical to the lower part of the Structure View data visualizer, but does not display any UI, writing raw data directly to the file.
This exporter parses intercepted USB data according to the loaded set of protocols, applies optional protocol-based filtering and Root Protocol and writes the resulting text data into the file. It formats its textual output exactly like the upper part of the Structure View visualizer, but does not display any UI, writing formatted data directly to the file.
USB Monitor comes with a lot of pre-installed protocols. This feature also allows the customer to add the definition of the custom protocol to USB Monitor. After this, the application will start parsing and decoding all matching packets according to custom protocol definition.
Custom Visualizer allows the user to create his own visualizer in TypeScript. Custom visualizer receives each packet parsed according to selected protocol and adds one or more text strings to the output. It also defines several visual schemes which may later be customized by the user.
Root protocol, a feature of Structure View data visualizer, as well as several other components, allows the user to focus on a specific custom protocol frame inside another encapsulating protocol.
This feature supports joining monitored data from multiple USB devices into a single monitoring session. Device Monitoring Studio makes sure packets are correctly sorted and presented through a number of supported data visualizers. Data logging also supports multi-source sessions.
HID Send module allows you to directly communicate with USB HID devices. You may query HID device parameters, construct and send HID report packets.
HID Send module may be controlled with scripting. Being used with custom protocols parsing feature (Custom visualizers) it provides you with automatic event control handler functionality. You may automatically send commands to your device upon receiving specific data.
Being used with custom protocols parsing feature (Custom visualizers) and HID send it provides you with USB protocol automatic event control handler functionality. You may automatically send commands to your device upon receiving specific data.
While implementing data exchange protocols or developing applications or devices, you may need to monitor what packets are exchanged between applications and devices as well as send them some data. This is the scenario for which our product is best suited. It is the only one that allows you to simultaneously parse data, construct packets, send them to a device depending on the triggering of certain conditions and automate this with scripts. Download the trial version, it is free and does not require registration.
In our product we offer users not only the ability to create their own visualizers, but also parse USB protocols according to custom protocol definition. This functionality provides users with custom filtering and event tracking solutions based on their own rules. All these functions can be used in combination with the data sending module and scripting. As a result, the user gets an advanced event handling solution at his disposal. Download the trial version, it is free and does not require registration.
If you have a USB device and need to develop a software application for it or have a program and need to develop a device for it, then our product is there to help you. Often, in such cases, you do not have documentation for the device or application and you have to intercept their data, reconstruct the communication protocol and individual packets based on it. Our product has a complete set of tools for this. Download the trial version, it is free and does not require registration.
Since our product allows you to parse and log USB data coming from multiple devices connected to the PC or even remote ones using your local on Internet connection, it can be used as a foundation for building various integration solutions. All its operational algorithms are optimized for maximum performance, thus, solutions based on our product can be applicable where others will not give the proper result. Download the trial version, it is free and does not require registration.
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