VOSTROM develops several popular software products including Path Analyzer Pro, regarded by many as the world's most advanced traceroute and network path analysis tool. We also offer world-class network and security related professional services including detailed security assessments and threat mitigation.

No loss should hit us which can be avoided with constant care, this must be a watchword throughout the entire organisation.   -- A.P. Møller

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Path Analyzer Pro - graphical traceroute, whois, geolocation, network testing, and more

Path Analyzer Pro integrates the world's most advanced traceroute software with performance measurements, DNS, whois, and specialized network resolution to help investigate network issues. By incorporating all of these powerful features into one simple graphical interface, Path Analyzer Pro has become a must-have tool for any network, systems, or security professional. Path Analyzer Pro is available for both Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OS X.   Screen Shots | Download

WhoIs Analyzer Pro - access every Internet registrar database worldwide

WhoIs Analyzer Pro is the ultimate WhoIs tool used to find "up to the minute" WhoIs information from around the world. WhoIs Analyzer Pro is unlike any WhoIs tool on the market today because of its state of the art searching capabilities. You now have the ability to find WhoIs information on any IP address, email address, URL or Autonomous System Number (ASN) issued by any registrar in any country. WhoIs Analyzer Pro is available for both Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OS X.   Screen Shots | Download

The Prefix WhoIs Project demonstrates continued progress in December 2014

Layer Four Traceroute, WhoB, pWidget, and other Prefix WhoIs tools have been updated. The Prefix WhoIs Project provides a whois-compatible client and server framework for disclosing various up-to-date network routing information and is also the home of layer four traceroute (LFT) and other popular open-source network tools. Instead of using registrar-originated network information (which is often unspecific or inaccurate), Prefix WhoIs uses the Internet's global routing table as gleaned from a number of routing peers around the world.