Full network visibility with the world’s highest density enriched flow metadata generator
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Features of the FlowProbe
Compact Form Factor
The FlowProbe comes in a compact 1RU server, ensuring minimal space is required within data centres, whilst offering world leading performance and throughput.
The FlowProbe monitors network traffic at 400Gbps to produce unsampled, enhanced IPFIX records.
Flowprobes can be scaled out in 400Gb blocks to accommodate high rate traffic seen by network operators ensuring complete network coverage.
Layer 7 Visibility
Gain granular visibility of layer 7 protocols such as HTTP, SSL, SIP, DNS, and TCP session providing accurate, real-time detail for cyber investigations.
Encrypted Traffic Identification
Identify encrypted communications with the FlowProbe, featuring fingerprinting methods JA3, JA3S, and HASSH to gain an additional layer of intelligence.
The FlowProbe detects and de-tunnels GTP, GRE, MPLS and IP-in-IP traffic found on ISP and telco carrier networks.
200G IP Flow Probe- double the throughput whilst remaining a 1RU appliance. A huge development in the FlowProbe lifecycle.
JA3 and JA3S SSL fingerprinting were added to enable MD5 based checksum identification against a JA3 database.
100Gbps IPFIX Probe - our first ever probe to provide unsampled network visibility.
400G FlowProbe- utilising 4 x 100GbE per 1RU appliance to provide complete network visibility.
800G FlowProbe- our latest development, on track to be released Q1 2022.
Our FlowProbe security solution is a network monitoring tool capable of providing vital intrusion detection information for high-rate and high-volume network traffic without impacting network performance.
Threat hunting and network monitoring with Netflow at scale
Network visibility is key to protecting IP and mobile networks of today, embracing the challenges that come with the increasing data rates associated with a rise in IoT devices and the rollout of 5G, whilst simultaneously ensuring protection is considered for legacy signalling networks.