With USBlyzer you can:

  • View detailed information about all USB devices and their child components:

    • All plugged USB devices in hierarchical auto-refreshed tree view.

    • USB device stack layout: Device objects for each driver that is involved in handling I/O activity.

    • USB descriptors: Device Descriptor, Configuration Descriptor, Interface Descriptor, Endpoint Descriptor, etc.

    • Information related to Plug and Play: Hardware IDs, Instance ID, Software Key, etc.

  • Capture, decode and display important information going through USB device stack:

    • USB-related requests such as URBs and structures used by USB device drivers.

    • I/O Request Packets (IRPs) used by PnP subsystem.

    • Kernel-mode and user-mode device I/O control requests (IOCTLs) used by USB client drivers and user-mode applications.

    • Incoming and outgoing data traffic of the USB devices.

  • Trace USB requests that the user-mode applications and USB device drivers use to communicate with the USB driver stack.

  • Analyze USB protocol and USB devices I/O activity with ease.

  • Filter to exclude non-essential information from the view.

  • Search the captured data for the particular request types.

  • Save captured data in binary file for later analysis.

  • Export USB descriptor hierarchy and all captured data to a file.

USBlyzer is a complete software USB protocol analyzer, so you won’t have to install any additional hardware or software. It runs on 32-bit version of Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 and Windows Vista without any compatibility issues and does not require any service pack.

USBlyzer can be successfully used for application, device driver and hardware development, learning more about USB internals, reverse engineering the USB protocol and can help you test and troubleshoot software and hardware.

You’ll find USBlyzer extremely useful for understanding how system-supplied and vendor-supplied USB device drivers communicate with each other and with the peripheral USB devices such as human interface devices (HID), printers, scanners, mass storage devices, modems, video and audio devices etc.

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