NetVis is a network traffic visualisation tool which provides an analyst with enhanced awareness, facilitating the fast detection of malicious traffic. It was originally completed as a group practical for the computer science degree course at the University of Oxford.
The project is written in Java and uses JOGL to display visualisations.
To build and run it, you must have installed;
To build the project using Eclipse, import the
workspace directory as an existing Java project, and add JOGL libraries to the project build path.
The latest version can be found at the GitHub repository.
NetVis is licensed under the GNU General Public License v3, see the LICENCE file for details.
James Nicholls, Dominik Peters, Albert Slawinski, Thomas Spoor, Sergiu Vicol.