Application Intelligence for Realistic L2-7 Traffic

IxNetwork AppLibrary speeds and simplifies testing with a simplified workflow and framework that simulates application profiles. AppLibrary uses Ixia BreakingPoint Application Threat Intelligence (ATI) technology to provide an extensive library of pre-defined application flows that simulate end-user interactions and devices. The solution combines Ixia's IxNetwork for protocol emulation and stateless traffic generation with the most current real-world stateful application simulations.

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Protocol Category Description
Android Market Search, View, and Download AppUpdate Simulates the Android Market from a mobile device.
Microsoft Update AppUpdate Default Microsoft Update flow
Bandwidth Radius Authentication Simulates a RADIUS Bandwidth session with the client using the RADIUS Access protocol to authenticate to the server and the RADIUS Accounting protocol to start the user's network access. The username fields are populated in the client's Access and Accounting request actions.]
HTTP 302 Redirect Authentication Performs a GET request which is intercepted by a DUT and responded with a 302 redirect. The client follows the 302 redirect and performs the GET again which is also intercepted by the DUT and responded to with a 302 redirect. Finally, the client issues a third GET command, which is responded to by the server.
HTTP Authenticated Authentication The client performs two GET requests. The server responds with a 401/407 for the first and 200 ok for the second, because of a valid username and password.
HTTP NTLM Authenticated Authentication Simulates HTTP NTLM authentication. A client sends a GET request with the NTLM authentication scheme, and gets a Response 401/407 because of an incorrect password, then a receives 200 ok when a valid one is used.
LDAP Authentication Simulates an LDAP session between a client and server.
LDAP (SASL Auth) Authentication Simulates an LDAP session between a client and server. The SASL authentication mechanism is used.
PPTP Establish Session Authentication Enacts a control message exchange between a VPN client and a PPTP server.
RADIUS Authentication Simulates a RADIUS session with the client using the RADIUS Access protocol to authenticate to the server and the RADIUS Accounting protocol to start the user's network access.
RADIUS Access Authentication Simulates a RADIUS ACCESS session with the client using the RADIUS Access protocol to authenticate to the server, and then an HTTP GET request.
RADIUS Access IPv6 Authentication Simulates a RADIUS ACCESS session with the client using the RADIUS Access protocol to authenticate to the server, and then an HTTP GET request. This flow is intended to be used in an IPv6 network.
RADIUS IPv4 and IPv6 Authentication Simulates a RADIUS Request-Accept session with the server response having theFramed-IP-Address and Framed-IPv6-Prefix AVP's in the same RADIUS Access-Accept Message.
RADIUS IPv6 Authentication Simulates a RADIUS session with the client using the RADIUS Access protocol to authenticate to the server and the RADIUS Accounting protocol to start the user's network access. This flow is intended to be used in an IPv6 network.
TACACS Plus Accounting Authentication TACACS Plus Accounting. The client issues a TACACS Plus accounting request containing two attribute value pairs. The server replies that the data has been logged successfully.By default the body part of all the packets is encrypted using TACACS Plus's own encryption method. To view the unencrypted body in Wireshark the "Shared Secret" parameter value has to be entered in the TACACS Plus Encryption key field found on Wireshark's "Edit - Preferences - Protocols - TACACS Plus" panel.
TACACS Plus Authentication Authentication TACACS Plus Authentication. The client issues a TACACS Plus 'Login' request to which the server responds with a 'GETPASS' packet. The client then provides the password in a 'Continue' request and the server closes the session after responding with a status of 'Passed'.By default the body part of all the packets is encrypted using TACACS Plus's own encryption method. To view the unencrypted body in Wireshark the "Shared Secret" parameter value has to be entered in the TACACS Plus Encryption key field found on Wireshark's "Edit - Preferences - Protocols - TACACS Plus" panel.
TACACS Plus Authorization Authentication TACACS Plus Authorization. The client issues a TACACS Plus authorization request for access to the 'raccess' service. The server then replies with a 'pass added' response and returns three attribute value pairs to the client.By default the body part of all the packets is encrypted using TACACS Plus's own encryption method. To view the unencrypted body in Wireshark the "Shared Secret" parameter value has to be entered in the TACACS Plus Encryption key field found on Wireshark's "Edit - Preferences - Protocols - TACACS Plus" panel.
AIM6 Chat Chat/IM Contains AIM6 protocols like AIM6-Switchboard, and AIM6-Keyserver that are normally used in conjunction with each other to perform actions which will allow the client to join an AIM chat session on the version 6 infrastructure.
AOL Instant Messenger Chat/IM Contains the single AOL Instant Messenger Protocol which is only used in one action where a random flow is sent.
AppLine Demo Superflow Chat/IM Emulates a basic Application Line Thrift RPC control flow and demos all of the supported actions.
AppLine Simple Chat Chat/IM Emulates a basic AppLine chat between two AppLine users.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Apr 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of April 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Apr 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of April 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Apr 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of April 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Aug 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of August 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Aug 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Aug 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Feb 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of February 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Feb 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Feb 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Jan 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of January 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Jan 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Jan 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Jul 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of July 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Jul 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Jul 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Jun 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of June 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Jun 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Jun 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Mar 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of March 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Mar 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Mar 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) May 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of May 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) May 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) May 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Nov 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of November 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Nov 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Nov 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Oct 15 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of October 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Oct 15 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Oct 15 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Oct 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of October 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Oct 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Oct 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Sep 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of September 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Sep 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Chat (AIM) Sep 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the AOL Chat (AIM) website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Apr 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of April 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, participates in a chat then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Apr 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of April 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a chat message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Aug 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of August 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Aug 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Aug 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Dec 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of December 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Dec 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of December 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Dec 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of December 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Feb 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, participates in a chat then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Feb 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a chat message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Feb 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, sends a chat message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Jan 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, participates in a chat then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Jan 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a chat message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Jan 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, sends a chat message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Jul 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of July 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Jul 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Jul 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Jun 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of June 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Jun 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Jun 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Mar 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, participates in a chat then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Mar 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a chat message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Mar 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, sends a chat message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ May 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, participates in a chat then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ May 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a chat message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ May 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, sends a chat message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Nov 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of November 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Nov 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Nov 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Oct 15 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, participates in a chat then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Oct 15 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a chat message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Oct 15 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, sends a chat message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Oct 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of October 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Oct 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Oct 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Sep 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of September 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Sep 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Web-ICQ Sep 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Web-ICQ website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Apr 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of April 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Aug 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of August 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Aug 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Aug 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Dec 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of December 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Dec 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of December 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Dec 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of December 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Feb 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of February 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Feb 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Feb 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Jan 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of January 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Jan 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Jan 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Jul 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of July 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Jul 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Jul 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Jun 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of June 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Jun 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Jun 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Mar 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of March 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Mar 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Mar 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat May 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of May 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat May 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat May 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Nov 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of November 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Nov 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Nov 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Oct 15 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of October 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Oct 15 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Oct 15 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Oct 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of October 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Oct 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Oct 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Sep 16 Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of September 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Sep 16 Receive Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, receives a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Chat Sep 16 Send Message Chat/IM Emulates the use of the Yahoo Chat website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in,sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
GTalk Chat Chat/IM Simulation of a GTalk conversation between a user and a peer.We assume that the GTalk login and session initialization has already been performed. Run the "GTalk Login" flow to simulate those actions if required.
GTalk Login Chat/IM GTalk user login. This action provides the TLS setup, postauth and login requests associated with a GTalk user logging into the system.
GTalk Voicecall Chat/IM Simulation of a voice call between the user and a peer. Voice data is over UDP.We assume that the GTalk login and session initialization has already been performed. Run the "GTalk Login" flow to simulate those actions if required.
Gadu Gadu Unencrypted IM Chat/IM Gadu Gadu unencrypted instant messaging conversation
Google Hangouts Chat/IM The user signs into Google Hangouts, starts a chat with another user, sending and receiving a text message from that other user. The user then sends a JPG file to the other user to which the other user responds with a simple text message. The user then makes a phone call using the VOIP feature and follows this up with a video chat with the other user. Finally the user signs out of Google Hangouts.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Google Hangouts Phone Call Chat/IM The user signs into Google Hangouts and makes a phone call using the VOIP feature. After terminating the call the user signs out of Google Hangouts.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Google Hangouts Text Chat Chat/IM The user signs into Google Hangouts, starts a chat with another user, sending and receiving a text message from that other user. The user then sends a JPG file to the other user to which the other user responds with a simple text message. Finally the user signs out of Google Hangouts.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Google Hangouts Video Call Chat/IM The user signs into Google Hangouts and starts a video call to another user. Upon terminating the call the user signs out of Google Hangouts.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
HTTPS Simulated Facebook Messenger Chat/IM Simulates the HTTPS sessions used by Facebook Messenger mobile version.
ICQ 7.5 Chat/IM ICQ uses the OSCAR protocol for its Instant Messaging system. uses the ICQ version 7.5 client profile to communicate with the ICQ/OSCAR network and peform a series of actions that result in the client being able to communicate with the server to send files back and forth.
ICQ 7.6 Chat/IM ICQ uses the OSCAR protocol for its Instant Messaging system. uses the ICQ version 7.6 client profile to communicate with the ICQ/OSCAR network and peform a series of actions that result in the client being able to communicate with the server to send files back and forth.
ICQ 7.7 Chat/IM Simulates a session between an ICQ 7.7 client and the ICQ/OSCAR network.
ICQ 7M Chat/IM Simulates a session between an ICQ 7M client and the ICQ/OSCAR network.
ICQ 8.0 Chat/IM Simulates a session between an ICQ 8 client and the ICQ/OSCAR network.
ICQ 8.0 Chinese Chat/IM ICQ uses the OSCAR protocol for its Instant Messaging system. The flow uses the ICQ version 8.0 client profile to communicate with the ICQ/OSCAR network and peform a series of actions that result in the client being able to communicate with the server in Chinese and to send files back and forth.
ICQ 8.0 French Chat/IM ICQ uses the OSCAR protocol for its Instant Messaging system. The flow uses the ICQ version 8.0 client profile to communicate with the ICQ/OSCAR network and peform a series of actions that result in the client being able to communicate with the server in French and to send files back and forth.
ICQ 8.0 German Chat/IM ICQ uses the OSCAR protocol for its Instant Messaging system. The flow uses the ICQ version 8.0 client profile to communicate with the ICQ/OSCAR network and peform a series of actions that result in the client being able to communicate with the server in German and to send files back and forth.
ICQ 8.0 Italian Chat/IM ICQ uses the OSCAR protocol for its Instant Messaging system. The flow uses the ICQ version 8.0 client profile to communicate with the ICQ/OSCAR network and peform a series of actions that result in the client being able to communicate with the server in Italian and to send files back and forth.
ICQ 8.0 Japanese Chat/IM ICQ uses the OSCAR protocol for its Instant Messaging system. The flow uses the ICQ version 8.0 client profile to communicate with the ICQ/OSCAR network and peform a series of actions that result in the client being able to communicate with the server in Japanese and to send files back and forth.
ICQ 8.0 Persian Chat/IM ICQ uses the OSCAR protocol for its Instant Messaging system. The flow uses the ICQ version 8.0 client profile to communicate with the ICQ/OSCAR network and peform a series of actions that result in the client being able to communicate with the server in Persian and to send files back and forth.
ICQ 8.0 Spanish Chat/IM ICQ uses the OSCAR protocol for its Instant Messaging system. The flow uses the ICQ version 8.0 client profile to communicate with the ICQ/OSCAR network and peform a series of actions that result in the client being able to communicate with the server in Spanish and to send files back and forth.
IRC Channel Join-Chat Chat/IM Emulates an IRC user joining a single channel, then participating in chat.
IRC Login Chat/IM Emulates the login procedure between an IRC client and an IRC server.
IRC Login-Auth Chat/IM Emulates the login procedure between an IRC client and an IRC server. The IRC client then successfully authenticates. The IRC server's login bot informs the user of the successful authentication.
IRC Login-Auth Failure Chat/IM Emulates the login procedure between an IRC client and an IRC server. The IRC client attempts to authenticate, supplying an incorrect password. The IRC server's login bot informs the user of the authentication failure.
IRC Private Chat Chat/IM Emulates IRC chat messages.
Jabber Chat Chat/IM Simulates a Jabber session between one local user and one or more peer users. Fields left blank will be populated with random values.
Lync 2013 SIPe Initiate IM Chat (Uncompressed) Chat/IM Emulates a basic SIPe communication flow carried out between an MS Lync 2013 client and the corresponding server. The client simply initiates and caries out a short message conversation with another Lync user. Microsoft Point-to-Point/LZ77-8K Compression is disabled and messages are carried uncompressed.
Mxit Desktop File Transfer Chat/IM Simulates a Mxit Desktop Messenger session. The flow simulates the actions of logging-in,send message,receive message,send a file,receive a file and lastly logout.
Mxit Desktop Multiple Status Messages Chat/IM Simulates a Mxit Desktop Messenger session. The flow simulates the actions of logging-in,set multiple status messages,send and receive chat message and lastly logout.
Mxit Messenger For Windows PC Chat/IM Simulates a Mxit Desktop Messenger session. The flow simulates the actions of logging-in,set a status,add a contact,send message,receive message,send a file,receive a file and lastly logout.
QQ IM Chat Chat/IM Simulates a Tencent QQ Instant Messenger session between one local user and one or more peer users. Fields left blank will be populated with random values.
Skype 1 minute call Chat/IM Default Skype V5 flow with parameters set for high bandwidth for use in Sandvine profiles.
Skype 1.4 Call Chat/IM Simulates the Skype 1.4 Call by intiating several steps, establishing the call, the transfer of voice data, and tearing the call down.
Skype 1.4 Login Chat/IM Simulates the Skype 1.4 application Login with a single Login action.
Skype 1.4 User Search Chat/IM Simulates the Skype 1.4 application User Search feature. Skype uses a Global Index technology to search for a user, and this is represented by user information caching at intermediate nodes which can be seen .
Skype V5 Sandvine Bandwidth Chat/IM A text message and voice call using the Skype V5 service, tuned for high throughput.
Skype V6 Instant Messaging Simple Chat Chat/IM Emulates a basic Skype V6 Instant Messaging Chat and demos some of the basic Skype actions like establishing a connection and authentication.
WhatsApp Chat/IM Simulates a WhatsApp protocol login and message sending. The requests are designed to match WhatsApp protocol version 1.1
WhatsApp 2.5MB Chat/IM Simulates the WhatsApp protocol. The user signs in and sends a message 2.5 Megabytes in size.
Windows Live (MSN) Messenger v15 Chat/IM Simulates a Windows Live Messenger chat session. The latest supported version is 15.4.3502.922.
Windows Live Messenger v16 Chat/IM Simulates a Windows Live Messenger session, including authentication, client verification and instant message exchange. The session exercises a v16 client using MSNP version 21.
Windows Live Messenger v16 Chinese Chat/IM Emulates Windows Live Messenger session, including authentication, client verification and instant message exchange in Chinese. The session exercises a v16 client using MSNP version 21.
Windows Live Messenger v16 French Chat/IM Emulates Windows Live Messenger session, including authentication, client verification and instant message exchange in French. The session exercises a v16 client using MSNP version 21.
Windows Live Messenger v16 German Chat/IM Emulates Windows Live Messenger session, including authentication, client verification and instant message exchange in German. The session exercises a v16 client using MSNP version 21.
Windows Live Messenger v16 Italian Chat/IM Emulates Windows Live Messenger session, including authentication, client verification and instant message exchange in Italian. The session exercises a v16 client using MSNP version 21.
Windows Live Messenger v16 Japanese Chat/IM Emulates Windows Live Messenger session, including authentication, client verification and instant message exchange in Japanese. The session exercises a v16 client using MSNP version 21.
Windows Live Messenger v16 Persian Chat/IM Emulates Windows Live Messenger session, including authentication, client verification and instant message exchange in Persian. The session exercises a v16 client using MSNP version 21.
Windows Live Messenger v16 Spanish Chat/IM Emulates Windows Live Messenger session, including authentication, client verification and instant message exchange in Spanish. The session exercises a v16 client using MSNP version 21.
XMPP (Jabber) Demo Superflow Chat/IM Emulates a basic XMPP flow with all of the supported actions.
XMPP (Jabber) Demo Superflow with PKCS7 Encrypted Messages Chat/IM Emulates a basic XMPP flow with all of the supported actions. For the message actions, PKCS7 message encryption is enabled.
XMPP (Jabber) Demo Superflow with PKCS7 Signed Messages Chat/IM Emulates a basic XMPP flow with all of the supported actions. For the message actions, the PKCS7 signature is enabled.
XMPP Facebook Chat Chat/IM Emulates a basic XMPP Facebook Chat. It first authenticates and initiates TLS after which it attempts to set the chat session as well as query the list of chat contacts. After this basic initialization, two messages are exchanged.
Yahoo IM Voice Chat V10 Chat/IM Simulates a voice call placed through the Yahoo Chat client.
AIM6 File Transfer Data Transfer/File Sharing Is similar to the AIM6 chat flow except it also contains the AIM6 Rendezvous protocol which allows for the sending and receiving of files. Specifically, users and peers should signal the sending and receiving of files via the AIM6-Switchboard actions of "IM: Start File Transfer" and "IM: Accept File Transfer."
AppleJuice Data Transfer/File Sharing Includes the German Peer-to-Peer file sharing protocol AppleJuice, and simulates the client to server exchange of information.
Dropbox Demo Superflow Data Transfer/File Sharing Is used to demonstrate all of the supported Dropbox actions and configuration parameters.
Dropbox Initial Client Setup and Synchronization Data Transfer/File Sharing Emulates the initial Dropbox Client setup on a new host followed by the synchornization of the Dropbox files found in the user's account.
Dropbox Sync-Get New File Data Transfer/File Sharing Emulates the traffic associated with retrieving a newly added file from the Dropbox service.
Dropbox Sync-Upload New File Data Transfer/File Sharing Emulates the Dropbox traffic associated with syncing a newly added file on the client to the Dropbox cloud service.
FTP Data Transfer/File Sharing Simulates an FTP session in which the client resolves the FTP server, logs in, downloads a file with a min size of 4kb, and then uploads the same file before quitting the session.
FTP Active mode Data Transfer/File Sharing Simulates a FTP session in active mode. Once the user is presented with the server's welcome banner, he enters a username and password. After the client has logged in he enters the PORT command which specifies the address and port to which the server will connect. After he lists the data in the directory he begins to RETR data from the server. The server sends the data and the client proceeds to STOR it at the server site.
FW - Small Images Data Transfer/File Sharing Consists of a client GETting JPEG files from an HTTP Server.
GTalk File Transfer Data Transfer/File Sharing Simulates a GTalk session between one user and another peer where a user GETs /mail to Gmail server and GETs an image from gmail.com, and then transfers a file.
HTTPS Dropbox Simulated Data Transfer/File Sharing Emulates Dropbox HTTPS (TLS) sessions. Please note that this protocol does not make use of the SSL encryption engine.
NFS Data Transfer/File Sharing Simulates a NFS session in which the client connects to a remote server in order to have access to data as if it were stored locally.
QUIC Demo Superflow Data Transfer/File Sharing Showcases the basic actions supported for the QUIC protocol and how they can be combined.
QUIC Simple HTTP Stream Data Transfer/File Sharing Emulates a basic QUIC connection establishment followed by a simple HTTP request and response carried out on stream 2.
SMB Client File Download Data Transfer/File Sharing Attempts to simulate an SMB session in which the client authenticates and connects to the server to download a file.
SMB Failed Authentication Data Transfer/File Sharing Attempts to simulate an SMB session that has failed its authentication. This can be seen in the Session Setup step where the client requests to Authenticate, and gets denied.
SMB Null Session Data Transfer/File Sharing Attempts to simulate an SMB NULL session, or unauthentiated connection to a remote server through port 139.
SPDY v2 Simple GET Request Data Transfer/File Sharing Emulates a basic SPDY GET Request for path / . It also has only the basic required SPDY headers for both the SYN_STREAM and SYN_REPLY Control Frame.
SPDY v2 Simple POST Request Data Transfer/File Sharing Emulates a basic SPDY Post Request for path /submit.php with some sample POST parameters.It also has only the basic required SPDY headers for both the SYN_STREAM and SYN_REPLY Control Frame.
SPDY v2 Stream Reset (CANCEL) Data Transfer/File Sharing Emulates a simple SPDY v2 GET request followed by a STREAM_RST Control Frame sent from the server side. An CANCEL status code is returned via the STREAM_RST command.
SPDY v2 Stream Reset (FLOW_CONTROL_ERROR) Data Transfer/File Sharing Emulates a simple SPDY v2 GET request followed by a STREAM_RST Control Frame sent from the server side. An FLOW_CONTROL_ERROR status code is returned via the STREAM_RST command.
SPDY v2 Stream Reset (INTERNAL_ERROR) Data Transfer/File Sharing Emulates a simple SPDY v2 GET request followed by a STREAM_RST Control Frame sent from the server side. An INTERNAL_ERROR status code is returned via the STREAM_RST command.
SPDY v2 Stream Reset (INVALID_STREAM) Data Transfer/File Sharing Emulates a simple SPDY v2 GET request followed by a STREAM_RST Control Frame sent from the server side. An INVALID_STREAM status code is returned via the STREAM_RST command.
SPDY v2 Stream Reset (PROTOCOL_ERROR) Data Transfer/File Sharing Emulates a simple SPDY v2 GET request followed by a STREAM_RST Control Frame sent from the server side. An PROTOCOL_ERROR status code is returned via the STREAM_RST command.
SPDY v2 Stream Reset (REFUSED_STREAM) Data Transfer/File Sharing Emulates a simple SPDY v2 GET request followed by a STREAM_RST Control Frame sent from the server side. An REFUSED_STREAM status code is returned via the STREAM_RST command.
SPDY v2 Stream Reset (UNSUPPORTED_VERSION) Data Transfer/File Sharing Emulates a simple SPDY v2 GET request followed by a STREAM_RST Control Frame sent from the server side. An UNSUPPORTED_VERSION status code is returned via the STREAM_RST command.
WWW File Share Pro March 2016 Data Transfer/File Sharing Emulates the use of the WWW File Share Pro app as of March 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.
WWW File Share Pro March 2016 Download Data Transfer/File Sharing Emulates the use of the WWW File Share Pro app for downloading a file as of March 2016.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.
WWW File Share Pro March 2016 Upload Data Transfer/File Sharing Emulates the use of the WWW File Share Pro Media app for uploading a file as of March 2016.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.
Apache Cassandra DB Database Simulates the use of Cassandra DB protocol over TCP.
Apache Cassandra DB Start Up Database Simulates the start up mechanism of Cassandra DB protocol.
Apache Cassandra DB Start Up and Registration Database Simulates the start up and registration mechanism of Cassandra DB protocol.
DB2 Database Database Illustrates a DB2 session where a client performs a login and SQL query for the username and password.
Informix Database Database Simulates an Informix session in which the user logs in with a username and password, then performs an SQL Query.
JIRA Create Issue Database Client Simulation to a real JIRA server.Get the login page for a JIRA server, login, get the resulting 'logged-in' XSRF token and then create a new issue for that user. This is followed by a logout.
JIRA List Issues Database Client Simulation to a real JIRA server.Get the login page for a JIRA server, login and list the issues for that user. This is followed by a logout.To run you should set the "Destination IP Address", "Destination Port" and "Base URL" flow parameters to correctly reference your JIRA server.
MS-SQL Create Database Emulates MS-SQL session in which basic CREATE TABLE query has been used.
MS-SQL Delete Database Emulates MS-SQL session in which basic DELETE query has been used.
MS-SQL Drop Database Emulates MS-SQL session where basic DROP TABLE query has been used.
MS-SQL Insert Database Emulates MS-SQL Database session in which basic INSERT query has been used.
MS-SQL Server Database Simulates a MS-SQL server session.
MS-SQL Server Advanced Database In the MS-SQL Server Advanced flow the client creates a table in the database, and inserts values into it.
MS-SQL Update Database Emulates MS-SQL Database session in which basic UPDATE query has been used.
MS_SQL2012 Advanced Database Emulates an MS_SQL session in which the client creates a table, inserts multiple values in different tables, selects values from different tables and drops a table. The use of dictionary tokens is demonstrated
MS_SQL2012 Create Table Database Emulates an MS_SQL session in which a basic CREATE TABLE query has been used.
MS_SQL2012 Delete Database Emulates an MS_SQL session in which a basic DELETE query has been used.
MS_SQL2012 Drop Database Emulates an MS_SQL session where basic DROP TABLE query has been used.
MS_SQL2012 Insert Database Emulates an MS_SQL Database session in which a basic INSERT statement has been used.
MS_SQL2012 Select Database Emulates an MS_SQL session in which a basic SELECT query has been used.
MS_SQL2012 TLS Advanced Database Emulates negotiating a TLS 1.0 session followed by an MS_SQL session in which the client creates a table, inserts multiple values in different tables, selects values from different tables and drops a table. The use of dictionary tokens is demonstrated
MS_SQL2012 TLS Create Table Database Emulates negotiating a TLS 1.0 session followed by an MS_SQL session in which a basic CREATE TABLE query has been used.
MS_SQL2012 TLS Delete Database Emulates negotiating a TLS 1.0 session followed by an MS_SQL session in which a basic DELETE query has been used.
MS_SQL2012 TLS Drop Database Emulates negotiating a TLS 1.0 session followed by an MS_SQL session where basic DROP TABLE query has been used.
MS_SQL2012 TLS Insert Database Emulates negotiating a TLS 1.0 session followed by an MS_SQL Database session in which a basic INSERT statement has been used.
MS_SQL2012 TLS Select Database Emulates negotiating a TLS 1.0 session followed by an MS_SQL session in which a basic SELECT query has been used.
MS_SQL2012 TLS Update Database Emulates negotiating a TLS 1.0 session followed by an MS_SQL Database session in which a basic UPDATE query has been used.
MS_SQL2012 Update Database Emulates an MS_SQL Database session in which a basic UPDATE query has been used.
MongoDB Demo Super Flow Database Contains all of the supported MongoDB actions and messages that can be emulated using Application Simulator.
MongoDB Insert Document Database Emulates the messages exchange in case of a MongoDB insert operation.
MongoDB Shell Connect-Disconnect Database Emulates the MongoDB message exchanges seen on the network when a Mongo client shell connects and disconnects from a MongoDB server.
MongoDB Update Document Database Emulates the messages exchange in case of a MongoDB document update operation.
MySQL Database Advanced Database Simulates a MySQL database session.
MySQL Database Update Database Emulates MySQL database session in which basic UPDATE query has been used.
Oracle Database Database Simulates an Oracle Database session in which the user logs in to an Oracle server.
Oracle Database Advanced Database Simulates an Oracle Database Advanced session, in which the user logs in to an Oracle server, creates a table, inserts values into that table, and then selects data from it.
Oracle Database Create Table Database Emulates an Oracle Database session in which the user logs in to an Oracle server and where basic CREATE TABLE query has been used.
Oracle Database Delete Database Emulates an Oracle Database session in which the user logs in to an Oracle server and where basic DELETE query has been used.
Oracle Database Drop Table Database Emulates an Oracle Database session in which the user logs in to an Oracle server and where basic DROP TABLE query has been used.
Oracle Database Insert Database Emulates an Oracle Database session in which the user logs in to an Oracle server and where basic INSERT query has been used.
Oracle Database Update Database Emulates an Oracle Database session in which the user logs in to an Oracle server and where basic UPDATE query has been used.
PostgreSQL Database Simulates a PostgreSQL session in which the PostgreSQL server sends a single flow.
PostgreSQL Create Table Database Emulates a PostgreSQL session in which basic CREATE TABLE statement has been used.
PostgreSQL Delete Database Emulates a PostgreSQL session in which basic DELETE statement has been used.
PostgreSQL Drop Table Database Emulates a PostgreSQL session in which basic DROP TABLE statement has been used.
PostgreSQL Insert Database Emulates a PostgreSQL session in which basic INSERT statement has been used.
PostgreSQL Update Database Emulates a PostgreSQL session in which basic UPDATE statement has been used.
SQLMon Database SQLMon is a third party utility that can be used to query the state of Oracle databases.
Sybase Database Database Simulates a Sybase Database server session.
Amazon EC2 API Demo Distributed Computing The current flow emulates a 2-arm Amazon EC2 session and demos all of the available EC2 actions.
Amazon EC2 Create Key Pair Flow Distributed Computing Emulates the Amazon EC2 SSH Key Pair Creation
Amazon EC2 Start Instances Flow Distributed Computing This emulates describing the Amazon EC2 regions and starting instances in one regions
DNS Distributed Computing This is a simple DNS query and response for an A record.
DNS SRV LDAP Lookup Distributed Computing Emulates a DNS SRV lookup for an LDAP server that supports TCP protocol.
DNSSEC A Record Lookup Distributed Computing Simulates an A record lookup whose response is signed with an RRSIG record. A subsequent query for the server's public zone signing key occurs via a DNSKEY record lookup.
Google Drive June 2014 Distributed Computing Emulates the use of the Google Drive website as of June 2014. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Hadoop JobTracker Distributed Computing Emulates a Hadoop JobTracker RPC session and demos all of the supported protocol actions.
MQTT Connect and PING between Publish Distributed Computing An MQTT client connects to a server, publishes some messages and sends PINGREQ to keep the connection with the sever
MQTT Connect and Publish Distributed Computing An MQTT client connects to a server and publishes some messages.
MQTT Connect and Subscribe Publish Distributed Computing Two MQTT clients connect to a server. One client subscribes and receives the messages that the other client has published.
Memcached Set and Get Key Example Distributed Computing Emulates multiple Set and Get Memcached operations.
Memcached Set, Get, Delete operations Distributed Computing Emulates a Set, Get and Delete Memcached operations on a particular key.
Microsoft OneDrive Mar 15 Distributed Computing Emulates the use of the OneDrive website as of March 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Office 365 Excel Jul 15 Distributed Computing Emulates the use of the Office 365 Excel website as of July 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Office 365 Excel Jul 15 Create Workbook Distributed Computing Emulates the use of the Office 365 Excel website as of July 2015. A basic workbook is created and edited.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Office 365 Excel Jul 15 Open Workbook Distributed Computing Emulates the use of the Office 365 Excel website as of July 2015. An existing workbook is opened and edited.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Office 365 OneNote Jul 15 Distributed Computing Emulates the use of the Microsoft Office 365 OneNote website as of July 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Office 365 PowerPoint Jul 15 Distributed Computing Emulates the use of the Office 365 PowerPoint website as of July 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Office 365 PowerPoint Jul 15 Create Presentation Distributed Computing Emulates the use of the Office 365 PowerPoint website as of July 2015. A new presentation is created and edited.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Office 365 PowerPoint Jul 15 Open Presentation Distributed Computing Emulates the use of the Office 365 PowerPoint website as of July 2015. An existing presentation is opened and edited.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Office 365 Sway Jul 15 Distributed Computing Emulates the use of the Microsoft Office 365 Sway website as of July 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Office 365 Sway Jul 15 Configure Distributed Computing Emulates the use of the Microsoft Office 365 Sway website as of July 2015. All of the actions required for configuring the Sway application for first use are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Office 365 Sway Jul 15 Create Presentation Distributed Computing Emulates the use of the Microsoft Office 365 Sway website as of July 2015. All of the actions required for creating a new Sway presentation are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Office 365 Sway Jul 15 Edit Presentation Distributed Computing Emulates the use of the Microsoft Office 365 Sway website as of July 2015. All of the actions required for opening an existing Sway presentation are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Office 365 Sway Jul 15 Preview Presentation Distributed Computing Emulates the use of the Microsoft Office 365 Sway website as of July 2015. All of the actions required for previewing an existing Sway prsentation are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Office 365 Word Jul 15 Distributed Computing Emulates the use of the Office 365 Word website as of July 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
OpenStack Swift Demo Super Flow Distributed Computing Emulates the basic actions supported by the OpenStack Swift protocol.
Perforce Add New File Distributed Computing Emulates the operations carried out by Perforce when a user adds a new file to a changelist.
Perforce Create Changelist Distributed Computing Emulates a Perforce work flow for creating a new changelist in the current workspace.
Perforce Submit Changelist Distributed Computing Emulates the series of operations and message exchanges that Perforce performs in order to submit a changelist which contains one newly added file.
Perforce Sync File Distributed Computing Emulates a Perforce workflow for syncing a file in the local workspace.
Perforce Ticket Based Authentication Distributed Computing Emulates a Perforce Ticket Based Authentication workflow where the client initiates the authentication process, receives a challenge from the server and responds with the appropriate hash computed using its own password and the received challenge. Finally, the server responds back with a token value for the current user session.
SunRPC BIND Distributed Computing Simulates Sun's Remote Procedure Call BIND or portmap. SunRPC BIND is a server that converts RPC program numbers into universal addresses. It must be running on the host to be able to make RPC calls on a server on that machine..
Salesforce ERP/CRM The user signs into their Salesforce account, browses the Top Deal list for the day, updates the call log and then proceeds to update the value of a deal found in their Opportunities list. A note is then selected and edited. Next the Dashboard is accessed and the Adoption dashboard is selected. This is followed by adding a meeting to the calendar and then logging out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Salesforce Login-Logout ERP/CRM The user signs into his Salesforce account and after viewing the initial page signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
AOL Webmail Email/WebMail Simulates an AOL Webmail session in which the client sends a message and an attachment is opened.
AOL Webmail (Deprecated) Email/WebMail Simulates an AOL Webmail session in which the client sends a message and an attachment is opened.
Bandwidth IMAPv4 Email/WebMail Performs an IMAPv4 client login with extremely long username and passwords, and includes an attachment of over 1GB.
Bandwidth POP3 Email/WebMail The client establishes a POP3 session then retrieves a message from a POP3 server with the headers and body filled with data.
BlackBerry Enterprise Send E-Mail Email/WebMail Simulates the message exchange that sends an e-mail from the BlackBerry device to the BlackBerry Enterprise Server.
BlackBerry Enterprise Send E-Mail French Email/WebMail Simulates the message exchange that sends an e-mail from the BlackBerry device to the BlackBerry Enterprise Server in French.
BlackBerry Enterprise Send E-Mail German Email/WebMail Simulates the message exchange that sends an e-mail from the BlackBerry device to the BlackBerry Enterprise Server in German.
BlackBerry Enterprise Send E-Mail Italian Email/WebMail Simulates the message exchange that sends an e-mail from the BlackBerry device to the BlackBerry Enterprise Server in Italian.
BlackBerry Enterprise Send E-Mail Japanese Email/WebMail Simulates the message exchange that sends an e-mail from the BlackBerry device to the BlackBerry Enterprise Server in Japanese.
BlackBerry Enterprise Send E-Mail Spanish Email/WebMail Simulates the message exchange that sends an e-mail from the BlackBerry device to the BlackBerry Enterprise Server in Spanish.
Evergreen AOL Mail Apr 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of April 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Apr 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of April 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Apr 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of April 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Apr 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of April 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Apr 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of April 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Aug 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of August 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Aug 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Aug 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Aug 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Aug 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Feb 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of February 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Feb 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Feb 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Feb 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Feb 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Jan 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of January 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Jan 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Jan 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Jan 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Jan 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Jul 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of July 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Jul 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Jul 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Jul 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Jul 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Jun 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of June 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Jun 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Jun 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Jun 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Jun 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Mar 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of March 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Mar 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Mar 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Mar 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Mar 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail May 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of May 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail May 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail May 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail May 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail May 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Nov 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of November 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Nov 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Nov 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Nov 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Nov 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Oct 15 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of October 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Oct 15 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Oct 15 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Oct 15 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Oct 15 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Oct 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of October 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Oct 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Oct 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Oct 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Oct 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Sep 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of September 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Sep 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Sep 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Sep 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen AOL Mail Sep 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the AOL Mail website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Apr 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of April 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Apr 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of April 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Apr 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of April 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Aug 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of August 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Aug 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Aug 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Aug 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Aug 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Dec 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of December 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Dec 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of December 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Dec 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of December 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Dec 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of December 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Dec 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of December 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Feb 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of February 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Feb 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Feb 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Feb 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Feb 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Jan 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of January 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Jan 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Jan 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Jan 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Jan 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Jul 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of July 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Jul 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Jul 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Jul 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Jul 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Jun 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of June 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Jun 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Jun 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Jun 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Jun 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Mar 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of March 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Mar 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Mar 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Mar 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Mar 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail May 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of May 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail May 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail May 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail May 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail May 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Nov 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of November 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Nov 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Nov 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Nov 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Nov 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Oct 15 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of October 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Oct 15 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Oct 15 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Oct 15 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Oct 15 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Oct 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of October 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Oct 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Oct 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Oct 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Oct 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Sep 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of September 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Sep 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Sep 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Sep 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Gmail Sep 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Gmail website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Apr 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of April 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Apr 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of April 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Apr 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of April 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Apr 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of April 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Apr 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of April 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Aug 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of August 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Aug 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Aug 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Aug 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Aug 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Dec 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of December 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Dec 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of December 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Dec 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of December 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Dec 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of December 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Dec 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of December 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Feb 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of February 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Feb 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Feb 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Feb 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Feb 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Jan 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of January 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Jan 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Jan 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Jan 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Jan 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Jul 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of July 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Jul 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Jul 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Jul 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Jul 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Jun 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of June 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Jun 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Jun 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Jun 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Jun 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Mar 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of March 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Mar 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Mar 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Mar 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Mar 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail May 15 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of May 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail May 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of May 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail May 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail May 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail May 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail May 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Nov 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of November 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Nov 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Nov 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Nov 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Nov 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Oct 15 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of October 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Oct 15 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Oct 15 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Oct 15 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Oct 15 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Oct 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of October 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Oct 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Oct 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Oct 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Sep 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of September 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Sep 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Sep 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Sep 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Rediffmail Sep 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Rediffmail website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Apr 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of April 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Apr 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of April 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Apr 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of April 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Aug 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of August 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Aug 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Aug 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Dec 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of December 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Dec 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of December 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Dec 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of December 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Feb 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of February 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Feb 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Feb 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Jan 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of January 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Jul 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of July 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Jul 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Jul 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Jun 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of June 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Jun 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Jun 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Mar 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of March 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Mar 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Mar 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail May 15 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of May 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail May 15 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of May 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail May 15 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of May 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail May 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of May 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail May 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail May 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Nov 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of November 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Nov 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Nov 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Oct 15 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of October 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Oct 15 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Oct 15 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Oct 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of October 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Oct 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Oct 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Sep 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of September 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Sep 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen WindowsLiveMail Sep 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the WindowsLiveMail website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Apr 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of April 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Apr 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of April 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Apr 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of April 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Apr 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of April 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Aug 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of August 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Aug 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Aug 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Aug 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Aug 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Dec 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of December 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Dec 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of December 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Dec 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of December 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Dec 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of December 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Dec 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of December 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Feb 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of February 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Feb 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Feb 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Feb 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Feb 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Jan 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of January 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Jan 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Jan 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Jan 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Jan 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Jul 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of July 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Jul 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Jul 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Jul 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Jul 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Jun 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of June 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Jun 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Jun 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Jun 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Jun 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Mar 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of March 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Mar 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Mar 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Mar 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Mar 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail May 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of May 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail May 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail May 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail May 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail May 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Nov 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of November 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Nov 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Nov 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Nov 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Nov 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Oct 15 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of October 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Oct 15 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Oct 15 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Oct 15 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Oct 15 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Oct 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of October 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Oct 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Oct 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Oct 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Oct 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Sep 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of September 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Sep 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Sep 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Sep 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Yahoo Mail Sep 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Yahoo Mail website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Exchange-Outlook Receive Mail Email/WebMail Simulates a Microsoft Outlook 2010 Client receiving mail from a 2010 Exchange Server.
Exchange-Outlook Send Mail Email/WebMail Simulates sending email from a Microsoft Outlook 2010 Client to a 2010 Exchange Server.
Exchange-Outlook Session Start Email/WebMail Simulates a Microsoft Outlook 2010 Client connecting to a 2010 Exchange Server. Sign-in is performed and the mailbox is downloaded.
GMX Mail Aug 16 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the GMX Mail website as of August 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
GMX Mail Aug 16 Send Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the GMX Mail website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
GMX Mail Aug 16 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the GMX Mail website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
GMX Mail Aug 16 View Message Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the GMX Mail website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
GMX Mail Aug 16 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the GMX Mail website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
GMX Webmail Email/WebMail Simulates a GMX Webmail session in which the client uploads a file, sends and receives a message, and then downloads a file.
Google Mail Email/WebMail Simulates Google Webmail
Google Mail-Chinese Email/WebMail Simulates Google Webmail in Chinese.
Google Mail-French Email/WebMail Simulates Google Webmail in French.
Google Mail-German Email/WebMail Simulates Google Webmail in German.
Google Mail-Italian Email/WebMail Simulates Google Webmail in Italian.
Google Mail-Japanese Email/WebMail Simulates Google Webmail in Japanese.
Google Mail-Spanish Email/WebMail Simulates Google Webmail in Spanish.
Hotmail Email/WebMail Simulates a Hotmail session in which the client sends and receives a message, and downloads a file..
Hotmail-Chinese Email/WebMail Simulates a Hotmail session in Chinese where client sends and receives a message, and downloads a file..
Hotmail-French Email/WebMail Simulates a Hotmail session in French where the client sends and receives a message, and downloads a file..
Hotmail-German Email/WebMail Simulates a Hotmail session in German where the client sends and receives a message, and downloads a file..
Hotmail-Italian Email/WebMail Simulates a Hotmail session in Italian where the client sends and receives a message, and downloads a file..
Hotmail-Japanese Email/WebMail Simulates a Hotmail session in Japanese where the client sends and receives a message, and downloads a file..
Hotmail-Persian Email/WebMail Simulates a Hotmail session in Persain where the client sends and receives a message, and downloads a file..
Hotmail-Spanish Email/WebMail Simulates a Hotmail session in Spanish where the client sends and receives a message, and downloads a file..
IMAP Email/WebMail Sends a random IMAP flow.
IMAP LTE Mix Email/WebMail This is an IMAP flow tuned for the US Carrier LTE Mix 2012 profile.
IMAP RMIX 16K Email/WebMail Simulates an IMAPv4 e-mail session that retrieves 16k of random data from the server.
IMAP RMIX 4K Email/WebMail Simulates an IMAPv4 e-mail session that retrieves 4k of random data from the server.
IMAP RMIX 90K Email/WebMail Simulates an IMAPv4 e-mail session that retrieves 90k of random data from the server.
IMAPv4-Advanced Email/WebMail Simulates an IMAPv4 e-mail session. Fields left blank will be populated with random values. Actions which are described as "sequences," such as Login, Retrieve Mail, and Quit are compound actions, comprising several messages between a client and a server.
IMAPv4-Advanced-Chinese Email/WebMail Simulates an IMAPv4 e-mail session in Chinese. Fields left blank will be populated with random values. Actions which are described as "sequences," such as Login, Retrieve Mail, and Quit are compound actions, comprising several messages between a client and a server.
IMAPv4-Advanced-French Email/WebMail Simulates an IMAPv4 e-mail session in French. Fields left blank will be populated with random values. Actions which are described as "sequences," such as Login, Retrieve Mail, and Quit are compound actions, comprising several messages between a client and a server.
IMAPv4-Advanced-German Email/WebMail Simulates an IMAPv4 e-mail session in German. Fields left blank will be populated with random values. Actions which are described as "sequences," such as Login, Retrieve Mail, and Quit are compound actions, comprising several messages between a client and a server.
IMAPv4-Advanced-Italian Email/WebMail Simulates an IMAPv4 e-mail session in Italian. Fields left blank will be populated with random values. Actions which are described as "sequences," such as Login, Retrieve Mail, and Quit are compound actions, comprising several messages between a client and a server.
IMAPv4-Advanced-Japanese Email/WebMail Simulates an IMAPv4 e-mail session in Japanese. Fields left blank will be populated with random values. Actions which are described as "sequences," such as Login, Retrieve Mail, and Quit are compound actions, comprising several messages between a client and a server.
IMAPv4-Advanced-Persian Email/WebMail Simulates an IMAPv4 e-mail session in Persian. Fields left blank will be populated with random values. Actions which are described as "sequences," such as Login, Retrieve Mail, and Quit are compound actions, comprising several messages between a client and a server.
IMAPv4-Advanced-Spanish Email/WebMail Simulates an IMAPv4 e-mail session in Spanish. Fields left blank will be populated with random values. Actions which are described as "sequences," such as Login, Retrieve Mail, and Quit are compound actions, comprising several messages between a client and a server.
Laposte Webmail_1307 Email/WebMail Laposte.net is a webmail service provided by La Poste, the mail service of France. It providing @laposte.net email addresses and hosts for approximately 1.6 million active email accounts.first logs into the service and then retrieves an email from the in-box. This is followed by the sending of a messsage wihout any attachments and then the composing and sending of a message with two attachments. After this it logs out of the service.Tokens can be used in email subject and body parameters as well as in the attachments in order to facilitate testing legal interception (LI) systems. Random values will be used when parameters are not specified.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.You can remove all the interactions to a host by deleting that host from the Hosts list.Several versions of this protocol may exist. The version that will be run is appended to the client "Host Nickname" found in the Hosts list. The most recent version will be run if the version number found there is invalid or does not exist.
Mail.ru Email/WebMail Russian Webmail Mail.ru
Mail.ru 2013 Email/WebMail Webmail Mail.ru is the largest russian free email service
Office 365 Outlook Calendar Jul 15 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Office 365 Outlook Calendar website as of July 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Office 365 Outlook Calendar Jul 15 Create a calendar event Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Office 365 Outlook Calendar website as of July 2015. The user signs in to Office 365 and creates a calendar event.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Office 365 Outlook Calendar Jul 15 Search and delete a calendar event Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Office 365 Outlook Calendar website as of July 2015. The user signs in to Office 365, searches for a calendar event and sends a delete request for a calendar event.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Office 365 Outlook Mail Jun 15 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Office 365 Outlook Mail website as of June 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Office 365 Outlook Mail Jun 15 Send Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Office 365 Outlook Mail website as of June 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, sends a message with attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Office 365 Outlook Mail Jun 15 View Message with Attachment Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Office 365 Outlook Mail website as of June 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the inbox, views a message that contains an attachment then logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Office 365 Outlook Tasks Jul 15 Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Office 365 Outlook Tasks website as of July 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Office 365 Outlook Tasks Jul 15 Create and Delete a task Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Office 365 Outlook Tasks website as of July 2015. The user signs in to Office365 Tasks, creates a new task, views the list of active tasks and deletes the newly created task.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Office 365 Outlook Tasks Jul 15 Mark task completed and Select tasks Email/WebMail Emulates the use of the Office 365 Outlook Tasks website as of July 2015. The user signs in to Office365 Tasks and marks the selected task as completed. The user also checks the overdue tasks, the completed tasks and the active tasksThis protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Outlook Web Access Email/WebMail Simulates a Microsoft Outlook Web Access session where the user logs in to the server, loads the inbox, opens a message and file attachment.
Outlook Web Access Chinese Email/WebMail Emulates a Microsoft Outlook Web Access session in Chinese where the user logs in to the server, loads the inbox, opens a message and file attachment.
Outlook Web Access French Email/WebMail Emulates a Microsoft Outlook Web Access session in French where the user logs in to the server, loads the inbox, opens a message and file attachment.
Outlook Web Access German Email/WebMail Emulates a Microsoft Outlook Web Access session in German where the user logs in to the server, loads the inbox, opens a message and file attachment.
Outlook Web Access Italian Email/WebMail Emulates a Microsoft Outlook Web Access session in Italian where the user logs in to the server, loads the inbox, opens a message and file attachment.
Outlook Web Access Japanese Email/WebMail Emulates a Microsoft Outlook Web Access session in Japanese where the user logs in to the server, loads the inbox, opens a message and file attachment.
Outlook Web Access Persian Email/WebMail Emulates a Microsoft Outlook Web Access session in Persian where the user logs in to the server, loads the inbox, opens a message and file attachment.
Outlook Web Access Spanish Email/WebMail Emulates a Microsoft Outlook Web Access session in Spanish where the user logs in to the server, loads the inbox, opens a message and file attachment.
POP3 Email/WebMail Emulates a random Post Office Protocol (POP3) flow.
POP3 LTE Mix Email/WebMail This is a POP3 flow tuned for the US Carrier LTE Mix 2012 profile.
POP3 RMIX 16K Email/WebMail Simulates a POP3 e-mail session that retrieves 16k of random data from the server.
POP3 RMIX 4K Email/WebMail Simulates a POP3 e-mail session that retrieves 4k of random data from the server.
POP3 RMIX 90K Email/WebMail Simulates a POP3 e-mail session that retrieves 90k of random data from the server.
POP3-Advanced Email/WebMail Simulates a POP3 e-mail session. Fields left blank will be populated with random values. Actions which are described as "sequences," such as Login, Retrieve Mail, and Quit are compound actions, comprising several messages between a client and a server.
POP3-Chinese Email/WebMail This flow simulates a POP3 e-mail session in Chinese. Fields left blank will be populated with random values. Actions which are described as "sequences," such as Login, Retrieve Mail, and Quit are compound actions, comprising several messages between a client and a server.
POP3-French Email/WebMail This flow simulates a POP3 e-mail session in French. Fields left blank will be populated with random values. Actions which are described as "sequences," such as Login, Retrieve Mail, and Quit are compound actions, comprising several messages between a client and a server.
POP3-German Email/WebMail This flow simulates a POP3 e-mail session in German. Fields left blank will be populated with random values. Actions which are described as "sequences," such as Login, Retrieve Mail, and Quit are compound actions, comprising several messages between a client and a server.
POP3-Italian Email/WebMail This flow simulates a POP3 e-mail session in Italian. Fields left blank will be populated with random values. Actions which are described as "sequences," such as Login, Retrieve Mail, and Quit are compound actions, comprising several messages between a client and a server.
POP3-Japanese Email/WebMail This flow simulates a POP3 e-mail session in Japanese. Fields left blank will be populated with random values. Actions which are described as "sequences," such as Login, Retrieve Mail, and Quit are compound actions, comprising several messages between a client and a server.
POP3-Persian Email/WebMail This flow simulates a POP3 e-mail session in Persian. Fields left blank will be populated with random values. Actions which are described as "sequences," such as Login, Retrieve Mail, and Quit are compound actions, comprising several messages between a client and a server.
POP3-Spanish Email/WebMail This flow simulates a POP3 e-mail session in Spanish. Fields left blank will be populated with random values. Actions which are described as "sequences," such as Login, Retrieve Mail, and Quit are compound actions, comprising several messages between a client and a server.
SMTP Authenticated with Verify Email/WebMail Emulates an authenticated SMTP Email session in which the client verifies the recipient address with the server.
SMTP Authentication Failure Email/WebMail Emulates an SMTP Email session, in which proper authentication of the user is failed due to invalid or insufficient credentials. And the current mail transaction is aborted.
SMTP Email Email/WebMail Simulates an SMTP Email session, in which the client connects to the server, tells where to send the data, and then sends the message.
SMTP Email (Proxy Support) Email/WebMail Simulates an SMTP Email session but uses conditional requests to simulate proxy support.
SMTP Email-Chinese Email/WebMail Simulates an SMTP Email session in Chinese, in which the client connects to the server, tells where to send the data, and then sends the message.
SMTP Email-French Email/WebMail Simulates an SMTP Email session in French, in which the client connects to the server, tells where to send the data, and then sends the message.
SMTP Email-German Email/WebMail Simulates an SMTP Email session in German, in which the client connects to the server, tells where to send the data, and then sends the message.
SMTP Email-Italian Email/WebMail Simulates an SMTP Email session in Italian, in which the client connects to the server, tells where to send the data, and then sends the message.
SMTP Email-Japanese Email/WebMail Simulates an SMTP Email session in Japanese, in which the client connects to the server, tells where to send the data, and then sends the message.
SMTP Email-Persian Email/WebMail Simulates an SMTP Email session in Persian, in which the client connects to the server, tells where to send the data, and then sends the message.
SMTP Email-Spanish Email/WebMail Simulates an SMTP Email session in spanish, in which the client connects to the server, tells where to send the data, and then sends the message.
SMTP RMIX 16K Email/WebMail Simulates an SMTP Email session, in which the client connects to the server, tells where to send the data, and then sends the message as 16K of text.
SMTP RMIX 4K Email/WebMail Simulates an SMTP Email session, in which the client connects to the server, tells where to send the data, and then sends the message as 4K of text.
SMTP RMIX 90K Email/WebMail Simulates an SMTP Email session, in which the client connects to the server, tells where to send the data, and then sends the message as 90K of text.
SMTPS Email/WebMail Emulates a secure SMTP Email session, in which the client connects to the server, issues a STARTTLS command, tells it where to send the data, and then sends the message.
Sandvine BlackBerry Bandwidth Email/WebMail Simulates the message exchange that sends and receives an e-mail from the BlackBerry device to the BlackBerry Enterprise Server.
Webmail Orange Email/WebMail Simulates the sending of an email via Webmail Orange.
Windows Live Mail Email/WebMail Simulates Windows Live Mail
Yahoo Mail Email/WebMail Simulates a Yahoo Mail session with the web interface, in which the client performs serveral actions. He uses HTTPS to log in to the Yahoo server, authenticates, is presented a welcome page, uploads a couple files, sends and receives a message, and then downloads a file..
Yahoo Mail Chinese Email/WebMail Simulates a Yahoo Mail session in Chinese Language with the web interface, in which the client performs serveral actions. He uses HTTPS to log in to the Yahoo server, authenticates, is presented a welcome page, uploads a couple files, sends and receives a message, and then downloads a file..
Yahoo Mail French Email/WebMail Simulates a Yahoo Mail session in French Language with the web interface, in which the client performs serveral actions and uses HTTPS to log in to the Yahoo server to authenticate credentials. The client is presented with a welcome page, uploads a couple files, sends and receives a message, and then downloads a file..
Yahoo Mail German Email/WebMail Simulates a Yahoo Mail session in German Language with the web interface, in which the client performs serveral actions and uses HTTPS to log in to the Yahoo server to authenticate credentials. The client is presented with a welcome page, uploads a couple files, sends and receives a message, and then downloads a file..
Yahoo Mail Italian Email/WebMail Simulates a Yahoo Mail session in Italian Language with the web interface, in which the client performs serveral actions and uses HTTPS to log in to the Yahoo server to authenticate credentials. The client is presented with a welcome page, uploads a couple files, sends and receives a message, and then downloads a file..
Yahoo Mail Japanese Email/WebMail Simulates a Yahoo Mail session in Japanese Language with the web interface, in which the client performs serveral actions and uses HTTPS to log in to the Yahoo server to authenticate credentials. The client is presented with a welcome page, uploads a couple files, sends and receives a message, and then downloads a file..
Yahoo Mail Persian Email/WebMail Simulates a Yahoo Mail session in Persian Language with the web interface, in which the client performs serveral actions and uses HTTPS to log in to the Yahoo server to authenticate credentials. The client is presented with a welcome page, uploads a couple files, sends and receives a message, and then downloads a file..
Yahoo Mail Spanish Email/WebMail Simulates a Yahoo Mail session in Spanish Language with the web interface, in which the client performs serveral actions and uses HTTPS to log in to the Yahoo server to authenticate credentials. The client is presented with a welcome page, uploads a couple files, sends and receives a message, and then downloads a file..
BitTorrent Enterprise Enterprise Applications The BitTorrent client talks to the Tracker server and a peer before downloading a file.
FTP Enterprise Enterprise Applications Simulates an FTP session.
Flash Enterprise Enterprise Applications Simulates a client GET request as well as the server response consisting of Flash data.
HTTP Enterprise Enterprise Applications Simulates a client GET request as well as the server response.
HTTPS Simulated Enterprise Enterprise Applications Simulates HTTPS (TLS) sessions. Please note that this protocol does not make use of the SSL encryption engine.
Oracle Enterprise Enterprise Applications Simulates an Oracle Database session in which the user logs in to an Oracle server.
RSS Ixia Feed Enterprise Applications Emulates a RSS feed request to http://www.ixiacom.com/rss.xml and the correspondent RSS feed response
RSS Multi Feed Enterprise Applications Emulates multiple feed requests / responses from different servers
Raw Enterprise Enterprise Applications Simulates random TCP traffic over ephemeral ports.
SMB Enterprise Enterprise Applications Attempts to simulate an SMB session in which the client authenticates and connects to the server to download a file.
SMTP Enterprise Enterprise Applications Simulates an SMTP Email session, in which the client connects to the server, tells where to send the data, and then sends the message.
SSH Enterprise Enterprise Applications Simulates an SSH session.
STOMP 1.2 Enterprise Applications Traffic that simulates messages exchanges between a STOMP client and a STOMP 1.2 server.
STOMP 1.2 - 1.0 Backwards Compatibility Enterprise Applications Traffic that simulates the backwards compatibility between STOMP 1.2 clients and STOMP 1.0 servers.
STOMP 1.2 Error Enterprise Applications Traffic that simulates receiving an error response to a malformed STOMP frame.
SharePoint Sep 2014 Enterprise Applications Emulates the use of the SharePoint website as of Sep 2014. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Webex Enterprise Applications Simulates a Webex conversation over SSL.
Ebay Financial Is representative of an average Ebay session. The client GETs the url, sends his login credentials, searches for an item, views that item, visits MyEbay, and logs out.
Ebay Jan 2015 Financial Emulates the use of the eBay website as of Jan 2015.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Ebay Sign In-Out Jan 2015 Financial Emulates the use of the eBay website as of Jan 2015.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
FIX 5.0SP2 Order Session Financial Simulates a FIXT session exercising various applicable application level messages that are used for typical reject sequences.
FIX 5.0SP2 Session Financial This set of actions simulates a FIX 5 compliant session between a FIX client and a FIX server
FIX Session Financial Simulates a Financial Information eXchange session by implementing the FIX protocol inside a typical FIXT session and including actions like Network Status Request and Response, and User Request Message and Response. The FIX protocol allows the transmission of financial information between the two major players in financial transactions.
FIXT Session Financial Simulates a FIXT session by the client sending Test Request Messages and the server sending HeartBeat Messages which monitor the status of the communication link and identify incoming sequence number gaps.
Financial IMAPv4-Advanced Financial This application flow simulates an IMAPv4 e-mail session. Actions which are described as "sequences," such as Login, Retrieve Mail, and Quit are compound actions, comprising several messages between a client and a server.
Financial POP3-Advanced Financial Utilizes the POP3-Advanced protocol to simulate a POP3 e-mail session. Actions which are described as "sequences," such as Login, Retrieve Mail, and Quit are compound actions, comprising several messages between a client and a server.
Financial SMB Client File Download Financial Emulates an SMB session created to exchange data between computers that have been authenticated in a secured environment.
Financial SMBv2 File Download Financial Emulates a Server Message Block (v2) session created to exchange data between computers that have been authenticated in a secured financial environment.
Financial SMTP Email Financial Is representative of a SMTP email session. The client connects to the server, sends a EHLO, and after the server responds, the client sends the Send FROM address and the server acknowledges it. The client then sends the RCPT name, and once the server receives the intent to send data the server gives a start mail input command. Now the client is able to transfer message data.
HTTP Financial ApacheFF Financial The client uses Mozilla Firefox to communicate to an Apache Server. This is represented by a series of GET and PUT actions where the client sends data of varying sizes.
HTTP Financial ApacheIE Financial The client uses Internet Explorer to communicate to an Apache Server. This is represented by a series of GET and PUT actions where the client sends data of varying sizes.
HTTP Financial IIS_FF Financial The client uses Mozilla Firefox to communicate to a Microsoft IIS Server. This is represented by a series of GET and PUT actions where the client sends data of varying sizes.
HTTP Financial IIS_IE Financial The client uses Internet Explorer to communicate to a Microsoft IIS Server. This is represented by a series of GET and PUT actions where the client sends data of varying sizes.
ITCH - NASDAQ Trading Financial Simulates the NASDAQ trading protocol.
Instacart Financial Online grocery shopping. Login, search for items, add them to the cart and then proceed to checkout but log out before purchasing.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Instacart Login-Logout Financial Log in and out of the online grocery shopping site.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
OUCH41 Financial Simulates an OUCH41 transaction.
Okazii_130125 Financial Simulates a typical Okazii.ro interaction: login, search for an item, add the item to cart, checkout.Note that this protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate all of the various interactions performed under the covers by a modern web browser. Because there may be lots of these dynamic flows and a lot of data generated on these flows, it may take a long time during profile creation and test initialization.All the interactions to a host can be removed by deleting that host from the Hosts list.Several versions of this protocol may exist. The version that will be run is appended to the Client "Host Nickname" found in the Hosts list. The latest version will be run if the version number found there is invalid or does not exist.
Paypal Financial This is an emulation of a paypal payment being made for an Ebay purchase.
Seamless Financial Restaurant Ordering Site. Login, search for items, add them to the cart and then proceed to checkout and confirm the order before logging out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Seamless Login-Logout Financial Log in and out of the online restaurant ordering site.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Angry Birds Friends September 2015 Facebook share and invite Games Emulates playing the Angry Birds Friends Facebook application as of September 2015, sharing on Facebook and inviting friends. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Angry Birds Friends September 2015 Play Games Emulates playing the Angry Birds Friends Facebook application as of September 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
AngryBirds Friends Sep 15 In-app purchase Games Emulates the use of the Angry Birds Facebook app as of September 2015, changing the avatar and making in-app purchases.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Everquest December 2015 Create account Games Emulates creating an account on the Everquest site as of December 2015.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Everquest December 2015 Download and install Games Emulates downloading the Everquest game and installing it, as of December 2015.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Everquest December 2015 Open game and login Games Emulates logging into the Everquest application as of December 2015.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Farmville Games Simulates the Facebook social media farming simulation game Farmville. The session is represented by several different client to server connections, which handle login authentication to Facebook and the GraphAPI Server, and a series of GET and POST actions that emulate Farmville data.
Minecraft 1.8.9 Login Sequence to Multiplayer Server Games This emulates the login sequence from a client to a Minecraft 1.8.9 Multiplayer Server. In Server configuration file: 'online-mode = false' 'network-compression-threshod=-1'
Minecraft 1.8.9 Server List Ping Games Minecraft 1.8.9 server provides Server List Ping (SLP) as an interface to support querying the MOTD, player count, max players and server version, etc. The interface is always enabled. Via the interface client displays the multiplayer server list.
Steam Login Games This emulates a login to the Steam gaming network.
World of Warcraft Games Contains the World of Warcraft protocol, and is designed to simulate the popular massive multiplayer online role playing game.
World of Warcraft Patch Update Games Enacts a conversation between two peers. It simulates the logon process between client and server with exchanging auth_logon_challenge messages.Then update to the latest version
Xbox Live Games Xbox Live. emulates an Xbox Live session.
GTPv2 Simulated Mobile Emulates a typical GTPv2 user session by first creating the session, doing some traffic, moving the session to another base station, doing some more traffic and finally destroying the session.
GTPv2-C Downlink Data Notification Mobile Emulates a Downlink Data Notification message exchange in GTPv2-C. Both a successful as well as a failed Downlink Data Notification are emulated.
GTPv2-C Network Initiated Dedicated Bearer Superflow Mobile Emulates a GTPv2-C session with two dedicated bearers. It demonstrates the actions for configuring dedicated bearers and TFTs as well as the EPC message actions required for this type of scenario.
GTPv2-C Release Access Bearers Mobile Emulates the Release Access Bearers Request and Release Access Bearers Response GTPv2-C messages.
GTPv2-C UE Initiated Dedicated Bearer Superflow Mobile Emulates a GTPv2-C session with two dedicated bearers. It demonstrates the actions for configuring dedicated bearers and TFTs as well as the EPC message actions required for this type of scenario.
GTPv2C S1-S11 Session Setup and Teardown Flow Mobile This emulates a typical session setup and teardown on the S1/S11 EPC interface between an MME and an SGW
GTPv2C S5-S8 Session Setup and Teardown Flow Mobile This emulates a typical session setup and teardown on the S5/S8 EPC interface between an SGW and a PGW
Google Play LTE Mix Mobile Simulates Google Play from a mobile device. It is tuned for the US Carrier LTE Mix 2012 profile.
Google Play Sandvine Bandwidth Mobile Emulates Google Play search, view and download with parameters set for high bandwidth.
Google Play Search, View, and Download Mobile Simulates the Google Play from a mobile device.
HTTP Mobile Europe Mobile Simulates what the average European mobile device user might experience when browsing the web, by including flows where the client GETs video, audio, and text files.
HTTP Mobile Europe with iPhone Mobile Simulates what the average European iphone user might experience when browsing the web, by including flows where the client GETs video, audio, and text files.
HTTP Mobile North America Mobile Simulates what the average North American mobile device user might experience when browsing the web, by including flows where the client GETs video, audio, and text files.
HTTP Mobile North America with iPhone Mobile Simulates what the average North American iPhone user might experience when browsing the web, by including flows where the client GETs video, audio, and text files.
MMS MM1 WAP HTTP Mobile Simulates an MMS MM1 session over HTTP.
SMPP Receive Mobile Simulates the Receive side of the SMPP protocol used for SMS text messaging.
SMPP Transmit Mobile Simulates the Transmit side of the SMPP protocol used for SMS text messaging.
The Weather Channel Nov. 2016 Mobile Simulation of an iPhone user browsing The Weather Channel (TWC) main page and detail pages for the hourly weather as well as the weather for the next 15 days.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
WAP 1.2 Mobile Simulates a WAP 1.2 session. A client makes a GET request, to which the server reponds with a simple WML 1.2 message body.
WAP 2.0 Mobile Simulates a WAP 2.0 session. A Blackberry WAP client makes a GET request, to which the server reponds with a basic XHTML Mobile Profile 1.2 message body.
YouTube Music Bandwidth Mobile Traffic that simulates playing a few videos, generating a large stream over data, for use in Sandvine profiles.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
YouTube Music Play Video Mobile Traffic that simulates playing a video and rating it.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
KakaoTalk Chat Mobility Demonstrates a chat session between the mobile app and a peer. All data from the peer is transmitted through the Kakao server.The flow also shows the app starting up. The DNS, TLS and "Checkin Request/Response" actions can be removed if this startup activity is not wanted.
LTE HTTP Simple ENB-MME-vs-SGW-PGW-IPV4-IPV6 Mobility Emulates a simple HTTP GET request followed by a 200 OK response.
S1AP Authentication Failure Mobility Simulates an S1AP failure scenario where the UE indicates to the network that authentication of the network has failed.
S1AP Authentication Reject Mobility Simulates an S1AP failure scenario where the network indicates to the UE that the authentication procedure has failed and that the UE shall abort all activities.
S1AP Handover Preparation Failure Mobility Simulates a failure scenario where an eNodeB attempts to initiate an S1 handover to an MME.
S1AP S1 Setup Mobility Simulates the eNodeB establishing a session with the MME.
S1AP UE Detach Mobility Simulates the detachment procedure between an eNodeB and an MME. In this scenario, the detachment procedure is initiated by the UE.
S1AP UE Initial Attach Mobility Simulates the initial UE attachment procedure between an eNodeB and an MME.
Bandwidth BitTorrent File Download P2P This profile simulates BitTorrent Peer-to-Peer communication.
Bandwidth eDonkey P2P Simulates the eDonkey peer-to-peer application by performing actions that demonstrate the transfer of data from peer to peer.
Bandwidth uTorrent DHT File Download P2P Simulates a client using the uTorrent peer to peer file sharing application with the Distributed Hash Table method, which allows every peer to act as a tracker, to download a much larger file.
BitTorrent Ares v2.1.7 File Download P2P This the Ares v2.1.7 client of BitTorrent.
BitTorrent BitComet v1.2.6 File Download P2P This the BitComet v1.2.6 client of BitTorrent.
BitTorrent Blizzard File Download P2P This the Blizzard client of BitTorrent.
BitTorrent Cisco EMIX P2P Simulates BitTorrent Peer-to-Peer communication.
BitTorrent File Download P2P The client talks to the Tracker server and a peer before downloading a file of data.
BitTorrent LimeWire v5.5.16 File Download P2P This the LimeWire v5.5.16 client of BitTorrent.
BitTorrent RMIX 5M P2P The client communicates with both the Tracker server and a peer. After a session is established a 5MB file is downloaded.
BitTorrent Service Provider P2P The BitTorrent client talks to the Tracker server and a peer before downloading a file.
BitTorrent Transmission v2.22 File Download P2P This is the Transmission v2.22 client of BitTorrent.
BitTorrent Vuse v4.6.0 File Download P2P This the Vuse v4.6.0 client of BitTorrent.
BitTorrent Xunlei v7.1.6 File Download P2P This the Xunlei v7.1.6 client of BitTorrent.
BitTorrent v7.2.0 File Download P2P This the BitTorrent v7.2.0 client of BitTorrent.
Bitcoin Heartbeat P2P Enacting a conversation between peers. It simulates the Bitcoin heartbeat with Ping-Pong message.If thirty minutes or more has passed since the client has transmitted any messages it will transmit a message to keep the connection to the peer node alive.
Bitcoin Synchronization P2P Enacting a conversation between peers. It simulates the Bitcoin peers handshake and download the Bitcoin blockchain from other Bitcoin peers sequentially in pieces.
Bitcoin Transaction Information P2P Enacting a conversation between peers. It simulates the Bitcoin peers download the complete Bitcoin blockchain from other Bitcoin peers sequentially in pieces.
Gnutella P2P Simulates a Gnutella session. Gnutella is a popular peer-to-peer file sharing protocol, and is the basis for applications such as LimeWire, Morph500, Mutella, and others. Modern Gnutella networks are generally composed of "ultrapeers" and "leaves". simulates the communcations between a local client and remote ultrapeer and client to leaf.
Gnutella v0.6 P2P Gnutella is a peer to peer file sharing network. shows a client connecting to an ultrapeer, doing ping/pongs and querying for and downloading a file.
Soulseek Search and Queue P2P Emulates a Soulseek P2P file search and queueing.
The Pirate Bay uTorrent Download P2P Simulates a complete path starting with torrent search and ending with torrent content download
Winny P2P Simulates the Japanese peer-to-peer file sharing program Winny.
Xunlei File Download P2P A Xunlei client retrieves four source peer IP addresses from the Xunlei HTTP server and then exchanges data via UDP.
eDonkey Data Transfer P2P Simulates an eDonkey peer to peer data transfer.
eDonkey Upload P2P Emulates search request coming from a server and a subsequent peer upload response.
uTorrent DHT File Download P2P Simulates a client using the uTorrent peer to peer file sharing application with the Distributed Hash Table method, which allows every peer to act as a tracker, to download a file.
Bandwidth Telnet Remote Access Simulates a Telnet remote access session with extra data inserted into the username, password, and shell-prompt fields.
Citrix Remote Access Uses the Citrix protocol to simulate the virtualization application's beginning communication to the server.
DCE RPC Remote Access Contains a single action where DCE RPC performs Send Flow.
DCE RPC MAPI Session Remote Access The DCE RPC MAPI flow combines the DCE RPC Endpoint, Exchange, and MAPI protocols which can be seen attempting to perform BIND actions to be transported atop this DCERPC session.
DCE RPC MAPI with File Attachment Remote Access This MAPI flow combines the DCE RPC Endpoint, Exchange, and MAPI(with a file attached in the MAPI server Response action) protocols which can be seen attempting to perform BIND actions to be transported atop this DCERPC session.
NetBIOS Session Remote Access Is representative of a NetBIOS session.
RFB Remote Access Simulates a client obtaining remote access to a graphical user interface through the framebuffer using the RFB protocol.
Remote Desktop Protocol Remote Access Uses the RDP protocol to simulate a graphical user interface session to a remote computer.
Rexec Remote Access Simulates sending a command to the server host from the client host by way of the Remote Execution Protocol.
Rlogin Remote Access Simulates an Rlogin session where the client logs into the server host from the client host.
Rsh Remote Access Demonstrates how the Remote Shell protocol is used to send commands from a client to a remote server without having to log into the system.
Rsync Remote Access Simulates an rsync session of synchronizing files or directories from one location to another.
Rusers Remote Access Simulates the Rusers Remote Procedure Call service to retrieve a list of users logged into the system.
SOCKS 5 Connect No User Authentication Remote Access Emulates the SOCKS 5 message exchange associated with establishing a socks tunnel to www.ixiacom.com. No user authentication is performed prior to establishing the tunnel.
SOCKS 5 Connect with User Authentication Remote Access Emulates the SOCKS 5 message exchange associated with establishing a socks tunnel to www.ixiacom.com. Before establishing the tunnel, the current user is authenticated via the username/password authentication method.
SSH Remote Access Simulates an SSH session.
Telnet Remote Access Simulates a Telnet remote access session.
BACnet-IP Read File SCADA Emulates a BACnet/IP Confirmed Request for reading a file along with a Complex-ACK APDU received from the target device with the actual file contents.
BACnet-IP Who-Has-I-Have Object Query SCADA Emulates the BACnet/IP Who-Has/I-Have object query procedure. It uses two BACnet/IP Unconfirmed Request messages with the corresponding APDU service fields.
BACnet-IP Who-Is-I-Am Device Discovery SCADA Emulates the BACnet/IP device discovery process via Who-Is/I-Am Unconfirmed Requests.
BACnet-IP Write File SCADA Emulates a BACnet/IP Confirmed Request for writing a file along with a Complex-ACK APDU received from the target device after the file has been written.
DNP3 Link Status SCADA Emulates a DNP3 Link Status Request/Response message exchange.
DNP3 Read Class 0 Data SCADA Emulates the DNP3 message exchange when the master reads class 0 data from a device.
DNP3 Read Device Attributes SCADA Emulates the DNP3 message exchanges carried out when the master queries a target device for its specific configuration attributes.
DNP3 Time Sync SCADA Emulates the DNP3 messages exchanged during a time synchronization operation between the master and the target device.
DNP3 Unsolicited Response SCADA Emulates multiple DNP3 Unsolicited Response messages sent by devices to the master indicating their current status.
Ethernet-IP Connected SCADA This emulates an Ethernet/IP session with a connected message. The client begins with a register request. After receiving a session handle from the server, the client requests for the identity and gets a CIP ID item in the response. Then the client opens a connection with the server using "Forward Open Request" for which the target responds with a "Forward Open Response". The client sends a connected message to the server. The server responds with a server connected message. The session closes with the client initiating the "Unregister" command.
Ethernet-IP Unconnected SCADA This emulates an Ethernet/IP session with an unconnected send message. The client begins with a register request. After recieving a session handle from the server the client requests for the identity and gets a CIP ID item in the response. Finally the client sends an unconnected message to the server with an MRR request. The server responds with an MRR response. The session is closed once the client sends a "Unregister" command.
IEC104 SCADA IEC104 transmits data measurements from monitoring devices, such as temperature or pressure sensors, across an industrial control system. With , the SCADA protocol IEC 60870-5-104 simulates an IEC104-enabled device talking to a server.
Modbus SCADA Simulates the PLC serial communications protocol Modbus with a read coil function code.
Modbus Examples SCADA Simulates the Modbus communication protocol.It contains actions for function codes 1-6, 15 and 16 as they are shown in the examples of http://www.modbus.com/docs/Modbus_Application_Protocol_V1_1b.pdf
OPC UA Binary Open Secure Channel SCADA This emulates the setup of an OPC UA TCP secure channel connection.
OPC UA Binary Secure - Get Endpoints Response SCADA This emulates the endpoint discovery for establishing an OPC UA secure channel.
OPC UA Binary with Error Message SCADA This emulates the setup of an OPC UA TCP secure channel connection. An error message is added at the end.
S7comm Advanced Operations SCADA Simulates the use of the S7Comm protocol for setting a communication with the PLC, reading the SZL (System Status List), requesting/downloading blocks, reading the PLC status, reading/writing the PLC clock and retrieving block information. All of the available actions are exercised.
S7comm Block List Operations SCADA Simulates the use of block lists for the S7comm protocol
S7comm Download Block SCADA Simulates the use of the S7Comm protocol for establishing the connection to the PLC, requesting and executing a block download
S7comm Read PLC Status SCADA Simulates the use of the S7Comm protocol for connecting to a PLC and reading the status information on the device
S7comm Read-Set PLC time SCADA Simulates the use of the S7Comm protocol for connecting to a PLC and manipulating the PLC time (read/set time)
S7comm Var Service SCADA Simulates the use of the S7Comm protocol for reading and writing vars on a PLC device
DDoS SSL Key Exchange Flood Secure Data Transfer This attack sends a flood of SSL initial key exchange messages. Since the server has to compute the initial key exchange message, its CPU usage will rise.
Tor Directory Listing Secure Data Transfer Emulates a Tor Directory Listing, an action by which a Tor client obtains a list of nodes and their respective attributes and can use this information to determine network consensus and build an actual Tor circuit.
DDoS SSL HTTP Post Flood Security Sends a large amount of data via HTTP Post method over SSL. Consumes CPU and memory resources on target as it decrypts the contents.
Duqu Botnet Security Simulates the Duqu Botnet. It more specifically simulates the communication between an infected bot and the Command and Control Server. Once infected the client sends a GET root directory request to an external CnC server. When this is received the server responds with a 200 ok as well as small 54x54 jpg image. The client then sends a POST request which uploads a jpg file with embedded stolen data to the CnC server. Now that a connection has been established, the CnC server can send commands for the bot to execute.
Equation Group Cisco Exploit Chain Security A demonstration of the Equation Group's exploit chain targeting the ASA and PIX platforms. Creates traffic seen from exploitation through to command and control traffic. See blog post at https://www.ixiacom.com/company/blog/equation-groups-firewall-exploit-chain for more information.
Mirai Botnet DNS Flood Attack Security This traffic emulates a Mirai Botnet DNS Flood Attack.
Mirai Botnet HTTP Flood Attack Security This traffic emulates a Mirai Botnet HTTP Flood Attack.
Mirai Botnet UDP Flood Attack Security This traffic emulates a Mirai Botnet UDP Flood Attack.
Mirai Botnet UDP Plain Flood Attack Security This traffic emulates a Mirai Botnet UDP Plain Flood Attack.
Mirai Botnet Valve Source Engine Query Flood Attack Security This traffic emulates a Mirai Botnet Valve Source Engine Query Flood Attack.
OCSP over HTTP Multiple OCSP Requests Security Emulates two OCSP requests/responses, the first having 2 certificates configured for it while the second has only one certificate. Please note that make take 2-3 minutes to initialize due to all the certificate and key generations.
POS FIle XFER SMB2 Security Simulates the SMBv2 communication from the point of sale device to potential targets on the network.
SIP Spoofed Invite Security Generates an INVITE message with a spoofed Via and From header.
SSDP M-SEARCH Req-Resp Unicast Security Generates the M-SEARCH request from attacker to a bunch of IPs and Response messages from these IPs to target.
flame Security Simulates the flame malware through a series of flows and actions. Our simulation starts once an infected a client requests a spoofed wpad.dat file through internet explorer. It begins to GET updates from a hijacked windowsupdate.microsoft.com. This server replies to the client's request with the Microsoft signed flame loader called WuSetup.exe. Upon execution the client requests the main flame module mssecmgr.ocx from the MUNCH module (HTTP server) of flame. Once executed the computer becomes infected with flame sending out SSL connections from various ports to different servers POSTing data to identify itself as well as stolen information like autocad drawings.
Airbnb Social Networking/Search Simulates a users browsing the Airbnb site looking for rentals.Once the initial Airbnb page is loaded the user inputs their selection criteria and receives a list of rental properties in that area. One of these is selected and the photos are views along with the expanded list of amenities. The user then views the host's profile and from there select another property from that host for viewing.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Alibaba May 15 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Alibaba website as of May 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Baidu Search Oct 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Baidu website as of October 2016. Emulate the process to input a key word, search the key word on Baidu and get the search result. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Baidu Tieba Jun 16 Access a Tieba Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Baidu Tieba website as of June 2016. It emulates to access the homepage of Baidu Tieba; open login tab; login; accesse a tieba and then logout.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Baidu Tieba Jun 16 Login and Logout Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Baidu Tieba website as of June 2016. It emulates to access the homepage of Baidu Tieba; open login tab; login and then logout.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Baidu Tieba Jun 16 Post a Thread Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Baidu Tieba website as of June 2016. It emulates to access the homepage of Baidu Tieba; open login tab; login; accesse a tieba; post a thread and then logout.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Bing Search Social Networking/Search Simulates a typical Bing search engine query.
Blogspot Aug 15 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Blogspot website as of August 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Blogspot Aug 15 Create and Publish a new Blog Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Blogspot website as of August 2015. Basic creation of a blog followed by publishing a new page.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Blogspot Aug 15 Delete Blog Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Blogspot website as of August 2015.Deletes a blog and its content.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
BuzzFeed Nov. 2016 Social Networking/Search BuzzFeed is a social news and entertainment web site where users can easily view the latest items that are currently creating the most 'buzz'. In this emulation a user, who is not logged into BuzzFeed, navigates to a number of items of interest.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
CandyCrush Sep 15 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the CandyCrush website as of September 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
DailyMotion Mar 15 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the DailyMotion website as of March 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
DailyMotion Mar 15 Search a DailyMotion video on Google Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the DailyMotion website as of March 2015. The user accesses google's main page, searches for a DailyMotion video, selects and watches the video.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
DailyMotion Mar 15 Search and view a video on DailyMotion Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the DailyMotion website as of March 2015. The user accesses DailyMotion's main page, searches for a video watches that video and leaves the website.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
DailyMotion Mar 15 Upload a video to DailyMotion Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the DailyMotion website as of March 2015. The user signs in, he uploads a movie views the result and then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Dailymotion Bandwidth Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of DailyMotion with settings configured for higher bandwidth.
Doodle July 2015 Create poll Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Doodle application for creating a poll as of July 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Doodle July 2015 Invite poll participants Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Doodle application for sending invites to a poll as of July 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Doodle July 2015 Participate in poll Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Doodle application for participating in a poll as of July 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Facebook Apr 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Facebook website as of April 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Facebook Aug 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Facebook website as of August 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Facebook Feb 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Facebook website as of February 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Facebook Jan 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Facebook website as of January 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Facebook Jul 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Facebook website as of July 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Facebook Jun 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Facebook website as of June 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Facebook Mar 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Facebook website as of March 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Facebook May 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Facebook website as of May 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Facebook Nov 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Facebook website as of November 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Facebook Oct 15 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Facebook website as of October 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Facebook Oct 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Facebook website as of October 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Facebook Sep 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Facebook website as of September 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Apr 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of April 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Apr 16 Post Status Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of April 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline, posts a status then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Apr 16 View Home Timeline Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of April 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Aug 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of August 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Aug 16 Post Status Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline, posts a status then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Aug 16 View Home Timeline Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of August 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Dec 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of December 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Dec 16 Post Status Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of December 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline, posts a status then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Dec 16 View Home Timeline Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of December 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Feb 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of February 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Feb 16 Post Status Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline, posts a status then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Feb 16 View Home Timeline Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of February 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Jan 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of January 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Jan 16 Post Status Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline, posts a status then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Jan 16 View Home Timeline Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of January 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Jul 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of July 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Jul 16 Post Status Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline, posts a status then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Jul 16 View Home Timeline Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of July 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Jun 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of June 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Jun 16 Post Status Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline, posts a status then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Jun 16 View Home Timeline Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of June 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Mar 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of March 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Mar 16 Post Status Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline, posts a status then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Mar 16 View Home Timeline Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of March 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter May 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of May 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter May 16 Post Status Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline, posts a status then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter May 16 View Home Timeline Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of May 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Nov 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of November 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Nov 16 Post Status Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline, posts a status then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Nov 16 View Home Timeline Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of November 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Oct 15 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of October 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Oct 15 Post Status Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline, posts a status then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Oct 15 View Home Timeline Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of October 2015. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Oct 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of October 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Oct 16 Post Status Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline, posts a status then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Oct 16 View Home Timeline Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of October 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Sep 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of September 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Sep 16 Post Status Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline, posts a status then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen Twitter Sep 16 View Home Timeline Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Twitter website as of September 2016. The user accesses the sign in page, signs in, views the home timeline then signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen YahooGroups Apr 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the YahooGroups website as of April 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen YahooGroups Aug 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the YahooGroups website as of August 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen YahooGroups Dec 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the YahooGroups website as of December 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen YahooGroups Feb 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the YahooGroups website as of February 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen YahooGroups Jan 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the YahooGroups website as of January 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen YahooGroups Jul 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the YahooGroups website as of July 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen YahooGroups Jun 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the YahooGroups website as of June 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen YahooGroups Mar 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the YahooGroups website as of March 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen YahooGroups May 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the YahooGroups website as of May 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen YahooGroups Nov 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the YahooGroups website as of November 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen YahooGroups Oct 15 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the YahooGroups website as of October 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Evergreen YahooGroups Sep 16 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the YahooGroups website as of September 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Facebook Social Networking/Search Simulates an average Facebook session by GETting the initial page, and logging in with an account username and password. After the server authenticates the user, a news feed page, update status, and chat message session are feautres that are all simulated.
Facebook API Social Networking/Search Simulates the Facebook API. With the API, users can add social context to their applications by utilizing profile, friend, Page, group, photo, and event data.
Facebook Android Social Networking/Search Simulates an Android Facebook session by resembling a Facebook API session but with a few differences (DNS and TLS are both used).
Facebook Android Chat Session Social Networking/Search This flow emulates the facebook Android app where the user logs in and after the server authenticates the user, the chat session starts with proper sending and receiving of the message. At, the end the user logs out with the server response.
Facebook Chrome Social Networking/Search Simulates an average Facebook session with Chrome headers. The Session starts by GETting the initial page, and logging in with an account username and password. After the server authenticates the user, a news feed page, update status, and chat, buddy list, message session are feautres that are all simulated.
Facebook Japanese Social Networking/Search Simulates a Japanese version of Facebook session by GETting the initial page in Japanese Language, and logging in with an account username and password. After the server authenticates the user, a news feed page, update status, and chat message session are feautres a total of 5 POST messages, that are all simulated.
Facebook iOS Social Networking/Search Simulates the facebook iOS app which uses the legacy REST server.
Facebook iOS Chat Session Social Networking/Search This flow that simulates the facebook iOS app where the user logs in and after the server authenticates the user, the chat session starts with proper sending and receiving of the message. At, the end the user logs out with the server response.
Flickr Social Networking/Search This Flickr flow shows actions to: 1. Look at a photo in the user's photostream, 2. Upload a photo, 3. Go to the galleries page, 4. Select and view a gallery, 5. Return to the user's home page.These actions run once the user is logged into Flickr. See the "Flickr Login" flow for a simulation of the login.
Flickr Login Social Networking/Search Simulates the Flickr login for a Yahoo user.
Google Analytics Social Networking/Search Google Analytics is a freemium web analytics service offered by Google that tracks and reports website traffic.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Google Cache Social Networking/Search The user performs a search, accesses the cached version of the page and then directly queries Google for the cached version of another page, by accessing webcache.googleusercontent.com.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Google Cache Directly Access the Cached Version Social Networking/Search The user directly queries Google for the cached version of a page, by accessing webcache.googleusercontent.com.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Google Cache Search and Access Cached Version Social Networking/Search The user performs a search and accesses the cached version of the page.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Google Calendar Aug 14 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Google Calendar website as of August 2014. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Google Earth Search Social Networking/Search Default Google Earth Search flow
Google Location Services Social Networking/Search Provides an estimated location of a client based on information about the WiFi routers and cell towers closest to the client.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Google Map Search Social Networking/Search Default Google Map Search flow
Google Plus Jul 14 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Google Plus website as of July 2014. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Google Safe Browsing Social Networking/Search Matches a URL against lists of URLs with web resources that contain malware or phishing content.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Google Search Social Networking/Search Google Search sample flow.
Google Voice Actions Social Networking/Search Use voice commands to access phone options and to perform a Google searches.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Google Voice Actions Google Search Social Networking/Search Use voice commands to perform a Google search for the specified information.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Google Voice Actions Phone Options Social Networking/Search Use voice commands to access phone options.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Gopher Social Networking/Search Simulates a client talking to a Gopher Server.
Instagram Bandwidth Social Networking/Search Instagram emulation showing login, photo viewing and commenting as well as sharing a photo before logging out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Instagram Nov. 2014 Social Networking/Search Instagram emulation showing login, photo viewing and commenting as well as sharing a photo before logging out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
LinkedIn Social Networking/Search LinkedIn - a social networking website used for professional networking.provides actions which: - Load the first LinkedIn page. - Sign in to LinkedIn. - Select a contact and view its details. - Compose and email, select a contact to send it to and then send it. - Sign out.
Linkedin_1301 Social Networking/Search LinkedIn - a social networking website used for professional networking.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.You can remove all the interactions to a host by deleting that host from the Hosts list.Several versions of this protocol may exist. The version that will be run is appended to the client "Host Nickname" found in the Hosts list. The most recent version will be run if the version number found there is invalid or does not exist.
Office 365 Outlook People Jul 15 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Office 365 Outlook People website as of July 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Office 365 Outlook People Jul 15 Create and Delete a Contact Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Office 365 Outlook People website as of July 2015. The user signs in to Office365 Persons, creates a new Contact and then he deletes it.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Office 365 Outlook People Jul 15 Search for a Contact Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Office 365 Outlook People website as of July 2015. The user signs in to Office365 Persons and searches for a specific contact.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Reddit Social Networking/Search A sample flow showing typical use of the Reddit Web site.The flow starts by loading the front page after which the user logs in. An image from the front page is then viewed after which the user returns to the front page. The user then votes on the item just viewed. Finally the user adds a link to a reddit (area of interest) and then logs out.Random values will be used for parameters which are left unspecified.
Sina Weibo Feb 2014 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Sina Weibo microblogging site as of February 2014. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Sina Weibo Post Feb 2014 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Sina Weibo microblogging site as of February 2014. signs in to Weibo, posts a status update and the signs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Snapchat Bandwidth Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Snapchat application with parameters configured for high bandwidth.
Snapchat May 2015 Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Snapchat application as of May 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Snapchat May 2015 Send Image Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Snapchat application for sending an image as of May 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Snapchat May 2015 Send Movie Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Snapchat application for sending a movie as of May 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Snapdeal Social Networking/Search Traffic that simulates browsing the snapdeal website and adding items to cart.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Snapdeal Add items to cart Social Networking/Search Traffic that simulates adding items to cart.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Snapdeal Browse website Social Networking/Search Traffic that simulates browsing the snapdeal website.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Tinder Social Networking/Search Traffic that simulates signing in, swiping and changing settings in the Tinder app.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Tinder Swiping Social Networking/Search Traffic that simulates signing in and swiping in the Tinder app.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Twitter RSS Mobile Social Networking/Search Simulates a mobile user using the Twitter Service in the JSON format by first starting TLS.
Uber June 2015 Add Location Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Uber application for adding a pick up location as of June 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Uber June 2015 Registration Social Networking/Search Emulates the use of the Uber application for registering as of June 2015. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
WORDPRESS OCTOBER 2013_131016 Social Networking/Search Simulates a Wordpress session , with actions that include sign-in, submit a post, like a post, comment on a post,follow a blog,view status etc.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.You can remove all the interactions to a host by deleting that host from the Hosts list.Several versions of this protocol may exist. The version that will be run is appended to the client "Host Nickname" found in the Hosts list. The most recent version will be run if the version number found there is invalid or does not exist.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Wikipedia Social Networking/Search Wikipediashows the start up of a Wikipedia Web session followed by the actions which occur when the term "Florence Ada Mary Lamb Polson" is searched for. Once the target web page has been loaded, along with all the images and JavaScript it references, three "Search Direct" searches are done for successive characters: "v", "vi" and "vim".
Xbox Facebook Social Networking/Search Xbox Facebook. emulates an Xbox using its Facebook app.
Yahoo Search Social Networking/Search Yahoo Searchshows the start up of a Yahoo Search Web session (the first 26 actions) followed by the actions which occur when the term "vim" is searched for. Yahoo's search direct is shown doing instant search requests for "vi" and "vim" as the term is typed into the search field. Only a limited number of Search Direct suggestions are shown and advertizing request have been omitted. The final action shows an HTTP redirect to the selected Web page but the final get for the page has also been omitted since it is not a part of the search protocol.
Yammer Nov. 2016 Social Networking/Search Yammer is a enterprise social network service. It is is used for private communication within organizations and is an example of enterprise social software. In this emulation the user has already signed in using her email address which has determined the Yammer network she has access to.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Amazon S3 Retrieve Objects Flow Storage This emulates listing the Amazon S3 Buckets and the objects present in them as well as uploading and retrieving an object
Google Cloud Storage Storage Traffic that simulates the registration process and going through the Google Cloud Storage tutorial.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Google Cloud Storage Registration Storage Traffic that simulates the Google Cloud Storage registration process.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Google Cloud Storage Tutorial Storage Traffic that simulates going through the Google Cloud Storage tutorial.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
HDFS NameNode RPC List Directory Storage Emulates listing the contents of an HDFS directory, similar to what is happening when running the hadoop dfs ls /mydir/ command.
iCloudWeb Push Notification Service Storage Emulates an iCloud user login and executing a GetToken request in order for obtaining current updates for the iCloud Service.
iSCSI Read and Write Storage S logs into an iSCSI target, performs read and write actions, and then logs out.
ActiveSync Unencrypted System/Network Admin Simulates an unencrypted ActiveSync session by which a users's e-mail, contacts and calendar are synchronized with the Exchange server.
BGP IGP Open-Advertise Routes System/Network Admin Enacts a conversation between two BGP peers. After a connection is established the peers exchange OPEN messages then advertise their routes to the other peer.
BGP IGP Withdraw Routes System/Network Admin Enacts a conversation between two BGP peers. One peer sends a BGP UPDATE message to withdraw the routes.
Capwap System/Network Admin Simulates the CAPWAP protocol over UDP
Capwap Configuration System/Network Admin Simulates the configuration mechanism of CAPWAP protocol.
Capwap Echo System/Network Admin Simulates the keep-alive mechanism for CAPWAP control messages.
Chargen TCP System/Network Admin This is an example of the TCP Chargen protocol which sends response of random number of characters when a datagram is received.
Chargen UDP System/Network Admin This is an example of the UDP Chargen protocol which sends response of random number of characters when a datagram is received.
ClientSim HTTP Request - BMP System/Network Admin An HTTP client makes a GET request for a BMP image. The 'Match Content' functionality is used to ensure that the client waits for all data before closing the connection.
ClientSim HTTP Request - EXE System/Network Admin An HTTP client makes a GET request for an executable. The 'Match Content' functionality is used to ensure that the client waits for all data before closing the connection.
ClientSim HTTP Request - GIF System/Network Admin An HTTP client makes a GET request for a GIF image. The 'Match Content' functionality is used to ensure that the client waits for all data before closing the connection.
ClientSim HTTP Request - HTML System/Network Admin An HTTP client makes a GET request for an HTML document. The 'Match Content' functionality is used to ensure that the client waits for all data before closing the connection.
ClientSim HTTP Request - JPG System/Network Admin An HTTP client makes a GET request for a JPG image. The 'Match Content' functionality is used to ensure that the client waits for all data before closing the connection.
ClientSim HTTP Request - MP3 System/Network Admin An HTTP client makes a GET request for an MP3. The 'Match Content' functionality is used to ensure that the client waits for all data before closing the connection.
ClientSim HTTP Request - PDF System/Network Admin An HTTP client makes a GET request for a PDF document. The 'Match Content' functionality is used to ensure that the client waits for all data before closing the connection.
ClientSim HTTP Request - PNG System/Network Admin An HTTP client makes a GET request for a PNG image. The 'Match Content' functionality is used to ensure that the client waits for all data before closing the connection.
ClientSim HTTP Request - RTF System/Network Admin An HTTP client makes a GET request for an RTF document. The 'Match Content' functionality is used to ensure that the client waits for all data before closing the connection.
ClientSim HTTP Request - WAV System/Network Admin An HTTP client makes a GET request for a WAV file. The 'Match Content' functionality is used to ensure that the client waits for all data before closing the connection.
Daytime TCP System/Network Admin This is an example of the TCP Daytime protocol which sends an ASCII string for a random time using a server specified format.
Daytime UDP System/Network Admin This is an example of the UDP Daytime protocol which sends an ASCII string for a random time using a server specified format.
Diameter System/Network Admin A sample flow for the Diameter protocol. Diameter is an authentication, authorization and accounting protocol for computer networks.
Diameter Rx Interface System/Network Admin Traffic that simulates the Diameter Rx application, version 12.8.0 Release 12. Diameter is an authentication, authorization and accounting protocol for computer networks. The Rx reference point lies between the Application Function and the Policy and Charging Rule Function.
Diameter S9a Interface System/Network Admin Traffic that simulates the Diameter S9a application, version 12.7.0 Release 12. Diameter is an authentication, authorization and accounting protocol for computer networks. The purpose of the S9a Diameter application is to transfer QoS rules from the Policy and Charging Rules Function to the Broadband Policy Control Function in the EPC-Routed scenario.
Discard TCP System/Network Admin This is an example of the TCP Discard protocol which sends no response when a datagram is recieved.
Echo TCP System/Network Admin This is an example of the TCP Echo protocol which sends back response when a datagram is recieved.
Echo UDP System/Network Admin This is an example of the UDP Echo protocol which sends back response when a datagram is recieved.
Finger System/Network Admin Simulates the Finger session in hopes to identify a host on the network with the id username.
GTPoIPSec HTTP LTE System/Network Admin A basic HTTP session used in a GTPoIPSec test.
GTPoIPSec HTTP Simple System/Network Admin A basic HTTP session used in a GTPoIPSec test.
Google App Engine System/Network Admin Traffic that simulates creating, deploying and testing a Java application, starting from a sample and following the Google tutorial.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Google App Engine Create and Deploy App System/Network Admin Traffic that simulates creating and deploying a Java application, starting from a sample and following the Google tutorial.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Google App Engine Test App System/Network Admin Traffic that simulates testing a Java application, created from a sample project and following the Google tutorial.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
HTTP Server - Requests System/Network Admin Emulates an HTTP server that responds to specific resource requests. The 'Multi-Match Response 200 OK' action is configured to respond to those specific requests based on a match in the HTTP Request-URI: /resources/1024.gif, /resources/1024.png, /resources/1024.jpg, etc.
IPFIX System/Network Admin This emulates a client exporting an IPFIX report.
IPMI System/Network Admin Simulates an Intelligent Platform Management Interface session.
IPP Print Request System/Network Admin The client performs a single Print action using the IPP protocol.
Ident System/Network Admin Simulates a client talking to an IDENT server.
Inetd Diagnostic Services System/Network Admin Simulates how inetd watches for connections on a particular port and handles incoming requests with protocols like Chargen, Daytime, Time, and Discard.
LPD System/Network Admin The Line Printer Daemon protocol, is used to send print jobs to a printer queue.
Locky Malware Infection Traffic System/Network Admin Malware source sends email containing malware sample to email server (through SMTP). Email client downloads email from email server (through IMAP). Malware downloader downloads Locky sample (through HTTP). During this communication DNS queries are made.
Microsoft Azure System/Network Admin Traffic that simulates signing up with Microsoft Azure, navigating the platform and creating a simple web app.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Microsoft Azure Create App System/Network Admin Traffic that simulates navigating through the Microsoft Azure platform and creating a simple web app.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Microsoft Azure Sign Up System/Network Admin Traffic that simulates signing up with Microsoft Azure.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
NTPv2 System/Network Admin This emulates the implementation of the Network Time Protocol as described in RFC 1119. The client sends a monlist request to the server and gets back a monlist response with the list of remote IP information.
NTPv2 Amplification System/Network Admin This emulates the NTP amplification. The client sends a monlist request to the server and the server responds back with a large monslist response packet. An amplification factor of 233.75x is observed as the output.
Netflow V9 System/Network Admin Simulates a Netflow V9 session in which a report is sent to the Netflow server.
Netflow V9 IPv6 System/Network Admin Simulates a Netflow V9 session in which a report is sent to the Netflow server. This report contains IPv6 data.
OpenFlow Demo Superflow System/Network Admin Emulates the basic actions supported by the OpenFlow protocol.
OpenFlow Switch Startup v1.0 System/Network Admin Emulates the openflow messages that are sent when a switch starts up and connects to the SDN controller. The flow contains the following message-sequence: - OpenFlow Hello - OpenFlow Features Request - OpenFlow Features Reply - OpenFlow Stats Request - OpenFlow Stats Reply - OpenFlow Set Config - OpenFlow Packet In
PortMapper System/Network Admin Simulates Port Mapper requests and responses
Quote of the Day(TCP) System/Network Admin Simulates a Quote of the Day protocol broadcast message using TCP as the connection method.
Quote of the Day(UDP) System/Network Admin Simulates a Quote of the Day protocol broadcast message using UDP as the connection method.
RIP v1 System/Network Admin The RIPv1 protocol is used to simlate a RIP session with a client request and server response.
RIPv2 System/Network Admin Simulates RIP V2 requests and responses
SNMP System/Network Admin The client sends a random SNMP flow.
SNMPv1 System/Network Admin Simulates SNMPv1 and contains both the snmpv1 and snmpv1traps protocols.
SNMPv2c System/Network Admin Simulates the SNMPv2c, which is used to query and configure networked devices with minimal protocol overhead. It also includes the SNMPv2c Traps and Informs, which ride on port 162 as opposed to the rest of the messages which ride on port 161.
VMware VMotion System/Network Admin Simulates a VMware VMotion session in which the virtual machine is switching from the ESX1 host to the ESX2 host.
WHOIS System/Network Admin Simulates a WHOIS domain query and the accompanying server response.
nntp System/Network Admin Simulates a newsreader or news client, which is a software application that reads articles on Usenet, via the NNTP protocol.
GSM MAP Authenticate and Update GPRS Location Telephony/Cable TV Emulates a GSM MAP session. It demonstrates the actions for configuring the authentication and update GPRS location operations.
GSM MAP Send Routing Info For SM Telephony/Cable TV Emulates a GSM MAP session. It demonstrates the sendRoutingInfoForSM operation, invoke and response.
GSM MAP Update Location Error Telephony/Cable TV Emulates a GSM MAP session. It demonstrates the actions for configuring the updateLocation operation and it simulates an error result.
S102 Telephony/Cable TV Shows the use of several S102 protocol messages. The S102 protocol emulates the stage 3 of the Evolved Packet System S102 interface between the MME and the 1x CS IWS which relays the 1xCS signalling messages documented in 3GPP TS 23.216 [2] and 3GPP TS 23.272 [4]. See the S102 protocol description for more details.is an example only, the data used in it should not be considered to represent any provider specific details.
TR-069 Device Initialization Telephony/Cable TV Simulates the Technical Report 069 remote management of end user-devices. More specifically simulates the TR-069 Initialization stage.
TR-069 Firmware Download Telephony/Cable TV Simulates the Technical Report 069 remote management of end user-devices. More specifically simulates a TR-069 Firmware Download and upgrade.
TR-069 Reboot Telephony/Cable TV This flow simulates a TR-069 Inform session. It is always started by the device and begins by the transmission of the Inform message. Its reception and readiness of the server for the session is indicated by InformResponse message. Once the session communication between the device (CPE) and configuration server (ACS) is finished a reboot is performed.
Average Web Page 2011 Testing and Measurement Simulates what a user would typically experience on the average web page in 2011. It simulates GETting pictures and videos as well as text.
Bandwidth HTTP Testing and Measurement The client performs a single GET request of a video file.
Bandwidth Raw Testing and Measurement Uses the Raw protocol to simulate bandwidth by sending random data to a server with a set minimum size.
DNS A Truncated Lookup Testing and Measurement Sends an A lookup request and receives a truncated response which would otherwise exceed 512 bytes. In order to receive the full response, the request is retransmitted via TCP.
DNS AAAA Truncated Lookup Testing and Measurement Sends an AAAA lookup request and receives a truncated response which would otherwise exceed 512 bytes. In order to receive the full response, the request is retransmitted via TCP.
FTP Cisco EMIX Testing and Measurement Simulates an FTP session in which the client resolves the FTP server, logs in, downloads a file with a min size of 4kb, and then uploads the same file before quitting the session.
FW - HTTP Audio Testing and Measurement Simulates a client GETting two audio files from an HTTP Server.
FW - HTTP Text Testing and Measurement Consists of a client GETting txt files from an HTTP Server.
FW - Images Testing and Measurement The client GETs a JPEG image from an HTTP Server.
FW - Max HTTP TPS Testing and Measurement Was built to demonstrate the Maximum HTTP Transactions Per Sec, and this can be observed here where the client GETs an html page ten times.
FW_IPS HTTP-10Requests-Loop Testing and Measurement The client sends a GET request, and the server responds with a 200 ok. This sequence of actions is performed 10 times with a final GOTO action creating a loop.
FW_IPS HTTP_10K Testing and Measurement The client sends a GET request, and the server responds with a 200 ok as well as 10k of data appended to the end.
FW_IPS HTTP_10K w-Delay Testing and Measurement The client sends a GET request, and the server responds with a 200 ok after a 5 second delay as well as 10k of data appended to the end.
FW_IPS HTTP_1_7K Testing and Measurement The client sends a GET request, and the server responds with a 200 ok as well as 1.7k of data appended to the end.
FW_IPS HTTP_21K Testing and Measurement The client sends a GET request, and the server responds with a 200 ok as well as 21k of data appended to the end.
FW_IPS HTTP_21K w-Delay Testing and Measurement The client sends a GET request followed by a 5 second delay before the server responds with a 200 ok as well as 21k of data appended to the end.
FW_IPS HTTP_44K Testing and Measurement The client sends a GET request, and the server responds with a 200 ok as well as 44k of data appended to the end.
FW_IPS HTTP_4_5K Testing and Measurement In this supeflow the client sends a GET request, and the server responds with a 200 ok as well as 4.5k of data appended to the end.
FW_IPS HTTP_Open Testing and Measurement The client sends a GET request, and the server responds with a 200 ok. No data is appened to the end of this response.
GTP Simulated Testing and Measurement This is a provides an example use of each of the GTP-C and GTP-U packet types.
HTTP Compressed Testing and Measurement The client sends a GET request to the server, which is configured to compress outgoing data in the gzip format.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome23 (Linux) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome23 browser on Linux connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome23 (Linux) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome23 browser on Linux connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome23 (Linux) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome23 browser on Linux connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome23 (Linux) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome23 browser on Linux connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome23 (OS X) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome23 browser on OS X connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome23 (OS X) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome23 browser on OS X connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome23 (OS X) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome23 browser on OS X connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome23 (OS X) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome23 browser on OS X connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome23 (OS X) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome23 browser on OS X connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome23 (Windows 7) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome23 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome23 (Windows 7) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome23 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome23 (Windows 7) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome23 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome23 (Windows 7) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome23 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome23 (Windows 7) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome23 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome24 (Linux) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome24 browser on Linux connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome24 (Linux) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome24 browser on Linux connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome24 (Linux) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome24 browser on Linux connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome24 (Linux) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome24 browser on Linux connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome24 (OS X) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome24 browser on OS X connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome24 (OS X) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome24 browser on OS X connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome24 (OS X) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome24 browser on OS X connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome24 (OS X) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome24 browser on OS X connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome24 (OS X) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome24 browser on OS X connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome24 (Windows 7) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome24 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome24 (Windows 7) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome24 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome24 (Windows 7) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome24 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome24 (Windows 7) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome24 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome24 (Windows 7) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome24 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome25 (Linux) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome25 browser on Linux connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome25 (Linux) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome25 browser on Linux connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome25 (Linux) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome25 browser on Linux connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome25 (Linux) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome25 browser on Linux connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome25 (OS X) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome25 browser on OS X connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome25 (OS X) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome25 browser on OS X connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome25 (OS X) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome25 browser on OS X connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome25 (OS X) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome25 browser on OS X connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome25 (OS X) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome25 browser on OS X connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome25 (Windows 7) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome25 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome25 (Windows 7) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome25 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome25 (Windows 7) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome25 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome25 (Windows 7) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome25 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Chrome25 (Windows 7) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Chrome25 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox16 (Linux) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox16 browser on Linux connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox16 (Linux) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox16 browser on Linux connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox16 (Linux) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox16 browser on Linux connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox16 (OS X) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox16 browser on OS X connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox16 (OS X) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox16 browser on OS X connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox16 (OS X) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox16 browser on OS X connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox16 (OS X) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox16 browser on OS X connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox16 (Windows 7) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox16 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox16 (Windows 7) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox16 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox16 (Windows 7) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox16 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox16 (Windows 7) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox16 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox16 (Windows 7) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox16 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox17 (Linux) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox17 browser on Linux connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox17 (Linux) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox17 browser on Linux connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox17 (Linux) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox17 browser on Linux connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox17 (OS X) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox17 browser on OS X connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox17 (OS X) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox17 browser on OS X connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox17 (OS X) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox17 browser on OS X connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox17 (OS X) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox17 browser on OS X connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox17 (Windows 7) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox17 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox17 (Windows 7) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox17 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox17 (Windows 7) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox17 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox17 (Windows 7) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox17 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox17 (Windows 7) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox17 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox18 (Linux) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox18 browser on Linux connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox18 (Linux) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox18 browser on Linux connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox18 (Linux) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox18 browser on Linux connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox18 (OS X) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox18 browser on OS X connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox18 (OS X) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox18 browser on OS X connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox18 (OS X) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox18 browser on OS X connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox18 (OS X) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox18 browser on OS X connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox18 (Windows 7) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox18 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox18 (Windows 7) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox18 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox18 (Windows 7) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox18 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox18 (Windows 7) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox18 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox18 (Windows 7) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox18 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox19 (Linux) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox19 browser on Linux connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox19 (Linux) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox19 browser on Linux connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox19 (Linux) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox19 browser on Linux connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox19 (OS X) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox19 browser on OS X connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox19 (OS X) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox19 browser on OS X connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox19 (OS X) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox19 browser on OS X connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox19 (OS X) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox19 browser on OS X connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox19 (Windows 7) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox19 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox19 (Windows 7) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox19 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox19 (Windows 7) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox19 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox19 (Windows 7) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox19 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Firefox19 (Windows 7) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Firefox19 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - IE8 (Windows 7) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the IE8 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - IE8 (Windows 7) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the IE8 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - IE8 (Windows 7) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the IE8 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - IE8 (Windows 7) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the IE8 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - IE8 (Windows 7) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the IE8 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - IE9 (Windows 7) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the IE9 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - IE9 (Windows 7) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the IE9 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - IE9 (Windows 7) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the IE9 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - IE9 (Windows 7) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the IE9 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - IE9 (Windows 7) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the IE9 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera11 (Linux) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera11 browser on Linux connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera11 (Linux) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera11 browser on Linux connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera11 (Linux) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera11 browser on Linux connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera11 (Linux) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera11 browser on Linux connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera11 (Linux) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera11 browser on Linux connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera11 (OS X) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera11 browser on OS X connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera11 (OS X) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera11 browser on OS X connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera11 (OS X) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera11 browser on OS X connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera11 (OS X) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera11 browser on OS X connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera11 (Windows 7) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera11 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera11 (Windows 7) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera11 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera11 (Windows 7) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera11 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera11 (Windows 7) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera11 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera11 (Windows 7) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera11 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera12 (Linux) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera12 browser on Linux connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera12 (Linux) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera12 browser on Linux connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera12 (Linux) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera12 browser on Linux connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera12 (Linux) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera12 browser on Linux connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera12 (Linux) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera12 browser on Linux connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera12 (OS X) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera12 browser on OS X connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera12 (OS X) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera12 browser on OS X connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera12 (OS X) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera12 browser on OS X connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera12 (OS X) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera12 browser on OS X connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera12 (Windows 7) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera12 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera12 (Windows 7) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera12 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera12 (Windows 7) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera12 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera12 (Windows 7) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera12 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Opera12 (Windows 7) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Opera12 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Safari5 (OS X) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Safari5 browser on OS X connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Safari5 (OS X) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Safari5 browser on OS X connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Safari5 (OS X) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Safari5 browser on OS X connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Safari5 (OS X) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Safari5 browser on OS X connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Safari5 (Windows 7) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Safari5 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Safari5 (Windows 7) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Safari5 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Safari5 (Windows 7) to Lighttpd Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Safari5 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Lighttpd web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Safari5 (Windows 7) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Safari5 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Safari5 (Windows 7) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Safari5 browser on Windows 7 connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Safari6 (OS X) to Apache Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Safari6 browser on OS X connecting to a Apache web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Safari6 (OS X) to Jetty Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Safari6 browser on OS X connecting to a Jetty web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Safari6 (OS X) to Microsoft IIS Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Safari6 browser on OS X connecting to a Microsoft IIS web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET (English) - Safari6 (OS X) to nginx Server Testing and Measurement This will emulate the Safari6 browser on OS X connecting to a nginx web server. The flow will perform a random GET and then have 32K bytes of HTML content in English returned.
HTTP GET HTML5-Text file Testing and Measurement The client GETs a HTML5 text file from the HTTP server.
HTTP POST Web Login Testing and Measurement HTTP web login using POST
HTTP Pages Testing and Measurement HTTP Pages simulates the request and return of multiple objects with a wide variety of file contents.
HTTP Persistent Session Testing and Measurement The client sends GET requets to a server with HTTP persistent sessions enabled. This allows the client to continue sending requests without having to keep opening new connections to the server.
HTTP Pipelining Testing and Measurement Demonstrates HTTP Pipelining by having the client send multiple GET requests during the same session without waiting for the server to respond.
HTTP Redirect Testing and Measurement Emulates an HTTP redirect scenario. The HTTP client issues a GET request, for which the HTTP server generates a 302 response. The client resolves the redirect host in the "Location" header and submits a new request.
HTTP Request Testing and Measurement The HTTP Request flow has a client perform two GET requests. The second request is for a html page that doesn't exist, so the server returns a 404 error.
HTTP Service Provider Testing and Measurement Simulates a client GET request as well as the server response.
HTTP Text Testing and Measurement The client GETs a text file from a server.
HTTPS Simulated 512k Data Testing and Measurement Emulates HTTPS (TLS) sessions. Please note that this protocol does not make use of the SSL encryption engine.
HTTPS Simulated Service Provider Testing and Measurement Emulates HTTPS (TLS) sessions. Please note that this protocol does not make use of the SSL encryption engine.
IMAP Cisco EMIX Testing and Measurement Simulates an IMAPv4 e-mail session.
IPS - HTTP Text Testing and Measurement The client sends a GET request, and the server responds with a 200 ok and the document that was requested.
IPS - HTTP Video Testing and Measurement The client sends a GET request, and the server responds with a 200 ok and the .mp4 video file that was requested.
IPS - Images Testing and Measurement The client sends a GET request, and the server responds with a 200 ok and the JPEG images which were requested.
IPS - Small Images Testing and Measurement The client sends a GET request, and the server responds with a 200 ok and the JPEG images which were requested.
MAX Bandwidth HTTP Testing and Measurement Attempts generate a maximum packets per second rate by sending POSTs to the server.
MAX HTTP Packets Per Second Testing and Measurement Attempts generate a maximum packets per second rate by sending POSTs to the server.
MAX Raw Packets Per Second Testing and Measurement Attempts to send random raw data to achieve maximum packets per second.
NTP Synchronization Testing and Measurement Simulates the synchronizing of clocks to remote servers on the network via the Network Time Protocol.
OWAMP Session Testing and Measurement Simulates a OWAMP session, in which the One-Way Active Measurement Control protocol starts a session between the client and the server and the Test protocol is used before the session is ended.
Raw Testing and Measurement Simulates the Raw protocol by sending random data to the server.
Raw 2.5m Data Testing and Measurement Uses the Raw protocol to simulate bandwidth by sending random data to a server with a set minimum and maximum size.
Raw Service Provider Testing and Measurement Simulates random traffic over ephemeral ports.
Resiliency Sessions per Second Testing and Measurement Has been designed to test the resiliency of the target by only GETting the index page at a maximum number of sessions per second.
SMTP Cisco EMIX Testing and Measurement Simulates an SMTP Email session, in which the client connects to the server, tells where to send the data, and then sends the message.
TWAMP Session Testing and Measurement Simulates a TWAMP session, by including TWAMP Control and TWAMP Test flows. TWAMP-C runs over TCP port 862 and is responsible for the negotiation of the various parameters necessary to successfully complete the measurement. TWAMP-C negotiates with the reflector to which UDP port the TWAMP-T packets will flow. Additionally, the IP address of the sender and receiver are negotiated as well, allowing physical separation of the TWAMP-C and TWAMP-T endpoints.
VE Max_Bandwidth_TLS1_2_AES_256_CBC_SHA Testing and Measurement Flow for testing TLSv1.2 max Bandwidth test on Virtual Edition (VE) using cipher suite AES_256_CBC_SHA with 2048-bit keys
VE Max_CC_TLS1_2_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA Testing and Measurement Flow for testing TLSv1.2 max CC test on Virtual Edition (VE) using cipher suite RSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA with 2048-bit keys
VE Max_TPS_Superflow Testing and Measurement Flow for testing max transactions per second test on Virtual Edition (VE)
VE Max_TPS_TLS1_2_AES_256_CBC_SHA Testing and Measurement Flow for testing TLSv1.2 max transactions per second test on Virtual Edition (VE) using cipher suite AES_256_CBC_SHA with 2048-bit keys
WebDAV Testing and Measurement Simulates uploading a file to a repository via WebDAV.
WebDAV Errors Testing and Measurement Simulates a WebDAV flow that tries to execute invalid delete and mkcol commands.
ZeroAccess botnet Testing and Measurement Emulates ZeroAccess botnet activity.
ZeuS Botnet Testing and Measurement Simulates Command and Control communications for ZeuS2, Ice IX, and Citadel variants of ZeuS. Note: has a 5 second delay between posts to reduce test time. The actual ZeuS botnet has a one minute delay between posts by default.
Amazon Video Voice/Video/Media Emulates the use of Amazon Video as of March 2016. The user loads the sign-in page, signs in, views their watchlist and selects and plays a video. Playback is paused and restarted and later it is terminated and the user logs out.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
BBC iPlayer Voice/Video/Media Simulates playing a BBC video over HTTP
BBC iPlayer Radio Voice/Video/Media Simulates playing a BBC radio channel over HTTP
Client Receives Audio Data from Server Using RTMP Voice/Video/Media This emulates a client to request play audio data from the server which includes handshaking, creating a stream and receiving audio stream.
ClientSim Microsoft Smooth Streaming Play One Video Fragment Voice/Video/Media Using Microsoft Smooth Streaming, request a Video manifest file, and play one video fragment from the server.
Fring Voice/Video/Media This emulates the Fring application on iOS performing a login, call setup, call, and hangup.
GoToMeeting Mobile Voice/Video/Media Traffic that simulates signing in, starting and joining a meeting from the mobile app.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
GoToMeeting Mobile Join Meeting Voice/Video/Media Traffic that simulates signing in and joining an existing meeting from the mobile app.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
GoToMeeting Mobile Start Meeting Voice/Video/Media Traffic that simulates signing in and starting a meeting from the mobile app.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
GoToMeeting Web App Voice/Video/Media Traffic that simulates using the GoToMeeting web app from a browser.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
HBO Now Bandwidth Voice/Video/Media HBO Now video streaming with parameters set for high bandwidth. This includes the TCP streaming used for the video. Also the HTTP and HTTPS used for login/logout, advertise placement, movie selection and selected playback control is included. Note that the host and flows needed for TCP will be dynamically created.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
HBO Now Desktop Voice/Video/Media HBO Now video streaming to a desktop. This includes the TCP streaming used for the video. Also the HTTP and HTTPS used for login/logout, advertise placement, movie selection and selected playback control is included. Note that the host and flows needed for TCP will be dynamically created.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
HTTP Audio Voice/Video/Media A client requests an audio file from a server.
HTTP Flash Video Voice/Video/Media The client requests a .flv video from the server.
HTTP Flash Video 512k Data Voice/Video/Media The client requests a .flv video from the server.
HTTP Flash Video Service Provider Voice/Video/Media Simulates a client GET request as well as the server response consisting of Flash data.
HTTP Live Streaming Voice/Video/Media HTTP Live Streaming. The client requests a .m3u8 file which then tells the client what video clips to download. This file may contain hints for clients on different bandwidths to determine what file to download. We are unable to process the file contents, so this simulation needs to set up the .m3u8 and resulting files ahead of time.
HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) Voice/Video/Media Simulates HTTP Live Streaming
HTTP Progressive Download Voice/Video/Media The client requests a .flv video from the server.. The serve responds with the chunk of the video file requested in the byte range.
HTTP VE MAX Bandwidth Voice/Video/Media The client requests a json file from the server.. The server responds with a randomly generated json attachment. This is repeated in the loopback to emulate a session of maximum bandwidth.
HTTP VE MAX Session Voice/Video/Media The client requests a json file from the server.. The server responds with a randomly generated json attachment.
HTTP Video Voice/Video/Media The client GETs a video file from a server.
Hulu Bandwidth Voice/Video/Media Hulu video streaming to a desktop. includes the RTMPE streaming used for the video. Also the HTTP and HTTPS used for login/logout, advertise placement, movie selection and selected playback control is included. Note that the host and flows needed for RTMPE will be dynamically created.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Hulu Desktop Voice/Video/Media Hulu video streaming to a desktop. includes the RTMPE streaming used for the video. Also the HTTP and HTTPS used for login/logout, advertise placement, movie selection and selected playback control is included. Note that the host and flows needed for RTMPE will be dynamically created.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
IPS - HTTP Audio Voice/Video/Media The client sends a GET request, and the server responds with a 200 ok and the audio file requested.
Lync Audio Video Voice/Video/Media Emulation of a Lync audio video session between two peers.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by the main actions. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.
MGCP Residential Gateway Connection Deletion Voice/Video/Media Traffic that emulates the message sequence which occurs when a user initiates the deletion of an existing connection on a residential gateway.
Message Session Relay Protocol - MSRP Voice/Video/Media Shows the basic usage of MSRP (Message Session Relay Protocol): the flow sends three files in three different actions and receives the responses from the server.
Microsoft Smooth Streaming Play Clips with synthetic payload Voice/Video/Media Using Microsoft Smooth Streaming, request a Video manifest file, and play some fragments, varying Video resolution between fragments. Use 1 TCP Connection.
Microsoft Smooth Streaming Play Fragments from a video using 2 TCP connections Voice/Video/Media Using Microsoft Smooth Streaming, request a Video manifest file, and play some fragments, varying Video resolution between fragments. Use 2 TCP Connections.
MySpace HTTP Flash Video Voice/Video/Media Simulates a client requesting a myspace flash video x-flv from a server.
Netflix Service Provider Voice/Video/Media Simulates a Netflix session over which a movie is streamed.
Pandora Voice/Video/Media Default Pandora flow simulates a client listening to a radio station while retrieving friend list and switching radio stations.
Pandora (iPhone) Voice/Video/Media Simulates a client using their iPhone to listen to a radio station.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Pandora LTE Mix Voice/Video/Media This is a Pandora flow customized for the US Carrier LTE Mix 2012 profile.
Pandora Sandvine Bandwidth Voice/Video/Media Pandora Bandwidth flow with parameters set for high bandwidth for use in Sandvine profiles.
RTMP Voice/Video/Media Emulates an RTMP packet flow. It consists of two series of Send Packet actions followed by an Acknowledgement message.
RTMP Audio Data 127K Voice/Video/Media A server sends 127kb of audio stream data to the client.
RTMP Audio Data 1K Voice/Video/Media A server sends 926 bytes of audio stream data to the client.
RTMP Bandwidth Voice/Video/Media Emulates an RTMP packet flow. It consists of two series of Send Packet actions followed by an Acknowledgement message.
RTMP Chunk Voice/Video/Media Simulates RTMP Chunk Stream Protocol
RTMP Handshake Voice/Video/Media An RTMP connection begins with a handshake. The client (the endpoint that has initiated the connection) and the server each send the same three chunks. For exposition, these chunks will be designated C0, C1, and C2 when sent by the client; S0, S1, and S2 when sent by the server.
Saavn Music February 2016 Voice/Video/Media Emulates the use of the Saavn website as of February 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Saavn Music February 2016 Log In and Browse Profile Voice/Video/Media Emulates logging into an account on the Saavn site as of February 2016 and bowsing through the user profile.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Saavn Music February 2016 Play Radio Voice/Video/Media Emulates playing a radio station on the Saavn site as of February 2016.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Saavn Music February 2016 Play Songs Voice/Video/Media Emulates playing songs on the Saavn site as of February 2016.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
SopCast P2P Streaming Voice/Video/Media Is a simple simulation of SopCast Streaming. It shows a SopCast client connecting via UDP to one SopCast server (brokerchl.sopcast.com). A peer is then selected and the stream is received from it after which the client only exchanges keep-alive and ack messages with that peer. See the "SopCast P2P Streaming (multi-peer)" flow for a more complex example of SopCast simulation.
Standard Media March 2016 Voice/Video/Media Emulates the use of the Standard Media website as of March 2016. All of the available actions for this flow are exercised.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Standard Media March 2016 Print Article Voice/Video/Media Emulates the use of the Standard Media website for printing an article as of March 2016.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Standard Media March 2016 Recommend and Comment to Article Voice/Video/Media Emulates the use of the Standard Media website for recommending and commenting to an article as of March 2016.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Standard Media March 2016 Share Article Voice/Video/Media Emulates the use of the Standard Media website for sharing an article as of March 2016.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
TUMe Audio Share Voice/Video/Media Share your audio with a TUMe contact
TUMe IM Voice/Video/Media Send a text message to a TUMe contact
TUMe Location Share Voice/Video/Media Share your location with a TUMe contact
TUMe Photo Share Voice/Video/Media Share a photo with a TUMe contact
TUMe Register Device Voice/Video/Media Register a device with a TUMe contact
TVUPlayer P2P Streaming Voice/Video/Media Is a simulation of TVUPlayer Streaming. It shows the flow between a TVUPlayer client, TVU media servers and a peer.
TvAnts P2P Streaming Voice/Video/Media Is a simple simulation of TvAnts Streaming. It shows the flow between a TvAnts client, a TvAnts media server and two peers once video streaming has started.
Twitch.tv Voice/Video/Media Emulates the use of Twitch.tv. The user loads the twitch.tv page, selects the Browse button and then lists the available Top Channels from which a channel is selected and played.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
Xbox Zune Video Voice/Video/Media Xbox Zune Video. emulates an Xbox streaming Zune video over HTTP.
Yahoo HTTP Flash Video Voice/Video/Media The client requests a Yahoo flash video from a server.
YouTube September 2016 Voice/Video/Media Traffic that simulates some of the actions a user can perform on the YouTube website.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
YouTube September 2016 Bandwidth Voice/Video/Media Traffic that simulates some of the actions a user can perform on the YouTube website without DNS flow.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
YouTube September 2016 Browse Sections Voice/Video/Media Traffic that simulates browsing through sections, viewing the account settings and trying to upload an image.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
YouTube September 2016 Play Video Voice/Video/Media Traffic that simulates playing a video, rating it, creating a playlist and subscribing to channels.This protocol uses dynamically created flows to simulate the various internal actions performed by a modern Web browser. Because these dynamic flows may be large in number and may contain a large amount of generated data, profile creation and test initialization may require a considerable amount of time.The "Max. Request/Response Pairs per Action" and "Max. Generated File Size" flow parameters can be used to control the number and size of the interactions performed by the actions.DNS resolution is always performed for each host. Delete the DNS host from the flow to disable this feature.
YouTube Service Provider Voice/Video/Media Simulates playing a youtube video over HTTP
Youtube Bandwidth Voice/Video/Media Youtube flow with parameters set for high bandwidth for use in Sandvine profiles.
iMessage Send File Message Voice/Video/Media IMessage Client and Authority Server exchange certificates via SSL. After this the Client sends a message contained in a file and receives a simple response from the Apple Push Server.
iMessage Send Text Message Voice/Video/Media IMessage Client and Authority Server exchange certificates via SSL. After this the Client sends/gets a text message to/from the Apple Push Server.
iTunes Desktop App Store Voice/Video/Media A desktop device purchasing and downloading an app from the Apple iTunes store. This uses the ITunes (ITMS) protocol.
iTunes Desktop Music Voice/Video/Media A desktop device purchasing and downloading music from the Apple iTunes store. This uses the ITunes (ITMS) protocol.
iTunes Mobile App Store Voice/Video/Media A mobile device purchasing and downloading an app from the Apple iTunes store. This uses the ITunes (ITMS) protocol.
iTunes Mobile Music Voice/Video/Media A mobile device purchasing and downloading music from the Apple iTunes store. This uses the ITunes (ITMS) protocol.