SourceUSB is a useful and reliable software-based USB analysis tool. It is installed on a Windows operating system as a kernel-mode driver and user-mode application. The analyzer driver coexists with the Windows USB driver stack.
Since USB is a host driven bus, viewing USB activity from the host perspective is a valuable complement to viewing USB transactions on the bus with a hardware analyzer.
Easy Installation and Setup
SourceUSB installs easily as a Windows application and does not change the target system’s driver configuration. It does not require any changes to existing drivers to benefit from its use.
Logging and Real-Time Display
SouceUSB records USB I/O requests and events in a binary log file and displays them in real-time. Requests and events can be logged from the time the system boots or logging can be easily started and stopped using keyboard shortcuts or menu commands. Filters can be applied to control the amount and type of information which is captured or displayed. All transactions are time-stamped to aid in performance analysis.
Export Logs to XML
Log files can be exported as XML for detailed analysis with other tools or custom XML parsers. XML reports can also be generated for a device’s properties including their descriptor sets.
SourceUSB allows you to examine each I/O request or event in detail. For example, the fields in setup packets, URBs, and descriptors are displayed and annotated. The request and response phases of each I/O request are displayed separately with the completion status.
SourceUSB can combine four levels of capture information to give you the most complete view of the host enumeration process.
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The SourceUSB 2022 Crack description was created to provide the features that are most useful to developers in a portable and easy to use manner. Not many modern USB drivers or toolkits do this today. SourceUSB is designed to give USB device developers the ability to capture and log USB transactions using a simple file-based logging system.
SourceUSB can display the following information:
Detailed Device Description
Device description (ID string)
Complete history of the device’s enumeration process.
Detailed I/O Request Information
Complete array of the request’s fields and other transaction information
Complete set of response fields including results of the USB request execution.
Destination address and other information about the request
Device and subsystem information
Class device information
Device properties including driver and vendor strings.
USB-IF Device Descriptor
SourceUSB includes the USB-IF Device Descriptor including all descriptors which are associated with the target device. The descriptor information includes the USB 2.0 and the USB 3.0 descriptors.
USB-IF Configuration Descriptor
SourceUSB includes the complete set of all descriptors that a device would use to manage its configuration. The descriptors are defined in the USB 2.0 Specification and the extended descriptors that are provided with the USB 3.0 Specification.
USB Descriptor Sub-Header
The header is embedded in a descriptor. Descriptors contain additional information about a device, which may include the vendor and product strings, the USB version, the device capabilities, and more.
SourceUSB allows you to export an XML file containing each of the following information for each descriptor found in the log file:
Length in bytes
USB Descriptors can contain additional information about the device. Two types of descriptors are described in the USB 2.0 specification.
These data records are useful in the following ways:
To develop and debug USB devices
To develop USB descriptors
To develop customized USB device drivers or software applications
Manage events using the method supplied by the Device Class
It is possible to capture USB I/O requests and events at various stages of a USB transaction. For example, it is possible to capture the source of the requests and responses.
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Customize SourceUSB Crack Free Download to suit your needs. SourceUSB’s structured log file format is flexible enough to be easily parsed by another driver or loaded into a custom hardware analyzer.
SourceUSB is the only working USB driver-based monitoring solution available today. It is highly reliable and has been proven to work on hundreds of Windows operating systems.
SourceUSB is highly compatible with Windows 2003/Vista/2008 operating systems. SourceUSB does not require any changes to the target operating system. SourceUSB is not a competing product; there is no other USB analysis tool for the target operating system. SourceUSB does not conflict with or impact existing device drivers.
SourceUSB is a self-contained kernel driver in Windows, so there are no special rules for configuring Windows for SourceUSB. SourceUSB is not a memory hog or a resource hog. SourceUSB does not impact other software and has no effect on the performance of existing software.
SourceUSB does not require any special licensing. SourceUSB is free to use without restriction and can be re-licensed for use on a per-user, per-machine, or on-demand basis.
No other commercial or open source USB driver-based USB monitoring and analysis software is currently available for Windows operating systems.
SourceUSB does not require any changes to Windows and does not conflict with existing Windows USB drivers. It is a kernel-mode driver and will coexist with the Windows driver stack. As a result, some Windows drivers cannot be used with SourceUSB. SourceUSB does not require any changes to registry entries. All configuration information is stored in the Kernel Mode Driver.
Universal Driver Model
SourceUSB leverages the USB host driver’s request queue. Request processing is done in kernel mode. Thus, SourceUSB is universal, that is, it works with any USB host controller or USB device that uses the Windows USB driver stack. Since SourceUSB works at the host level, it can capture USB packets that do not even reach the USB device.
SourceUSB does not capture device enumeration and configuration messages. To capture the information, your application needs to obtain a handle to the USB service and request an IRP. In this case, SourceUSB will be the IRP handler. You can obtain the handle to the service by calling the SetupDiGetClassDevs function.
Events can be handled with a request-reply protocol. Each request has a completion callback that signals when the I/O request is completed. The callback handler receives
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Most USB buses have several controllers present. Each controller has a different enumeration flow and some controllers are present and active during the enumeration process.
In addition, the target device can change its state during the enumeration process. This change may be due to an event the host requests (such as status change) or may be something the device itself requests (such as power/reset events).
The driver enumeration information is used to determine the best way to present detailed information from I/O requests to the user. Since the number of drivers for a device can be large, the driver enumeration information is separated from the I/O request capture and displayed as a tree. Each controller in the tree is represented by a node in the tree. The controller’s location in the enumeration tree provides a good way to link the controller’s I/O request data to the driver whose code is associated with that controller. The location of the controller node in the enumeration tree is also used to guide the user through the USB controller hierarchy.
SourceUSB Windows Messaging:
The Windows USB driver has two parts, the main driver and a Windows Messaging driver, or host controller driver, which handles communication between the host and the device. To allow for communication without interfering with the main driver, the Windows Messaging driver is used for requests that are not part of the host controller’s enumeration, or for those that do not require the host driver’s I/O request support.
SourceUSB External USB Controllers:
The host controllers present on the target device may not be the controllers SourceUSB sees. In some cases, an external USB host controller is connected to the target device. Host controllers may be connected via a USB hub or the device may be using a USB-IF-specified configuration. To simplify access to the data, or to provide the user with more detail, SourceUSB logs the host controller information as it sees it and merges the data with the host controller data.
Trimming the Data:
In some cases, the user may want to see only a subset of the data and may not want to see all of the source controller tree. Instead of the source controller tree, the user is shown only the controller enumeration information.
Trimming the data also reduces the amount of data in the log file. Users can apply a filtering mask to only display the data they want to see.
SourceUSB supports two visualizations for viewing the data in the log file. The tree
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◦ Program Device(s)
◦ Finds USB devices on the target system.
◦ Indicates which of the devices are available in the target system configuration.
◦ Indicates which USB port the device is connected to.
◦ Provides the USB class, vendor-specific ID, and product ID for each device.
◦ Displays the specified device’s descriptor set.
◦ Lists the drivers for each device to identify and resolve any potential conflicts.
◦ Allows the selection of a specific device by its vendor-specific ID.
◦ Provides an indication of any device problems found during enumeration.
◦ Allows the selection of a specific device by its class-specific ID.
◦ Navigates through the device’s configuration space and enumerates all found USB devices.
◦ Displays the properties of a selected device such as its vendor and product ID, device path, and usage type.
◦ Displays the default selected configuration for the given device.
◦ Shows the location of each device on the target system’s USB bus.
◦ Shows the list of installed and supported device drivers available for a device.
◦ Provides a list of all installed and active USB filter drivers for a device.
◦ Provides access to any user-defined USB filter drivers.
◦ Provides a list of device drivers available for a specific device configuration.
◦ In Windows XP only: Indicates which of the devices are available in the target system configuration.
◦ Provides a list of USB filter drivers that are active on a specific device.
◦ Displays device drivers with error codes.
◦ Displays a list of filters for the selected device.
◦ In Windows XP only: Indicates which of the devices are available in the target system configuration.
◦ Displays device drivers that are installed on the target system.
◦ Provides filter drivers that are active on the selected device.
◦ Indicates which device drivers are not configured or operational.
◦ Displays a list of standard and class-specific descriptors on a device.
◦ Displays a list of vendor-specific descriptors on a device.
◦ In Windows XP only: Displays the selected device’s default configuration.
◦ In Windows 2000 and later: Provides a list of all USB devices on the target system’s USB bus.
◦ Gives a list of installed and active
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