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B.M.
14-12-2004, 11:00 AM
Have http://www.neoworx.com/ gone out of business?

Theyíre the company distributing NeoTrace Express website plotter.

Iíve downloaded the programme but canít get the map from their download site.

Been like it for a week or so!?

Terry Porritt
14-12-2004, 11:59 AM
Same here.

I have had NeoTrace Express installed for a long time, but havent used it recently. After reading your post I tried it, and the map trace wouldnt work. It just showed my Wellington location.

So I uninstalled it, downloaded a fresh copy of version 3.25 from networkingfiles.com, but as you say www.neoworx.com has vanished, so the location database could not be located to be able to re-set my location.

Google suggests that Neotrace is part of McAffee, but I couldnt find any mention of Neotrace on Mcaffee site. It seems it may be part of a McAffee program for tracing hacker sources???

stu120404
14-12-2004, 12:02 PM
> Google suggests that Neotrace is part of McAffee, but
> I couldnt find any mention of Neotrace on Mcaffee
> site. It seems it may be part of a McAffee program
> for tracing hacker sources???

Yep, I think there was a thing on there site saying about that.

Terry Porritt
14-12-2004, 12:22 PM
Here is a site with alternative IP tracing software:

http://lists.gpick.com/pages/Web_Trace_Tools.htm

B.M.
14-12-2004, 12:57 PM
Bummer! I liked the way it worked!

I'll check out the other one. Thanks Terry.

Prescott
14-12-2004, 01:15 PM
which one do you recommend terry?

Terry Porritt
14-12-2004, 02:32 PM
I dont know yet Prescott. Ive downloaded 3dTrace and SamSpade to try when I get round to it. SamSpade has been around a while, and I think on PC World Cds.

But Ive been using Spike from radsoft.com ( but I dont think it is available separately from there now), and /or Cyberkit from www.networkingfiles.com. Both have the usual collection of tools like traceroute, whois, finger, NSlookup etc.