Do you know who is connected to your home Wi-Fi network?
Do you know if your home network and connected devices are safe from hacking and malware?
Do you know what to do if your network or devices are at risk of attack?
Trend Micro HouseCall Home Network Scanner can help you answer these questions. Scan to detect devices on the home network, and check them for security risks.
(Download Trend Micro HouseCall for Home Networks to scan computers and other devices.)
-Intelligent network scanning technology
-Shows devices connected to your home network
-Finds vulnerabilities in your connected devices
-Offers helpful advice for keeping your network and devices secure
After using Trend Micro HouseCall Home Network Scanner, get Trend Micro Home Network Security to protect your network and connected devices:
-Monitor and protect devices connected to your network
-Set Time Limits for apps and websites, as well as individual filter levels for family members using the Parental Control features
See Trend Micro Home Network Security in action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bF2ADzxILEk
Trend Micro Home Network Security is now available in Japan, Australia and New Zealand, available soon in the United States.
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Ratings and Reviews
One powerful tool for home network security.
It’s a powerful tool which could recognize my home network IoT devices and detect vulnerablity of them.
I like it!
Hope it could have more powerful features in the future!
One of my biggest issues with this is the icons. I see doubles of my iPhone iPad and Apple TV. I'm not sure why. The other issue is there no alternate view that shows the devices info. I have to go into each device to see the IP and Mac addresses. I'd also like the ability to name smart devices that do not show. I do like the simple interface though it's easy with a big blue scan button but maybe just too simple on the info displayed.
Needs work. Claims to "find all the devices connected to your local network in any environment”, but does not recognize my default WIRED network (displays a “Do no support network” message), and finds zero devices. Returns some info when Wi-Fi is enabled, but is unable to identify the details around most of my devices (command line ’nmap’ is the the standard I’d judge discovery against). Decent UI, but wastes lots of space. Nice pop-up on the menu bar.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.