You may be very clear about which websites your web browser is visiting, but how about the URLs your commonly used programs are accessing? Without a tool, we would lose our bearings about this. Luckily, there is HTTPNetworkSniffer such kind of network packets sniffer, so we can get these hidden information with ease.
In practice, we often encounter some HTTP protocol status codes include 200, 301, 302, 403, 404, 500, 503 and so on, understanding the significance of these codes, and what server or client problems the codes mean, as well as the solutions to these common questions, that will make our work efficiency improved a lot, especially for webmasters.
Http File Server (HFS for short), a HTTP file system designed specifically for individual users. If you feel too much trouble to set up a FTP Server, then this software can provide you a more convenient file transfer system.