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Category: Sniffers

Advanced Packet Sniffer
Added 2001-10-22
by Christian Schulte, dg1nsw@saturn2.franken.de
APS is a small tool for analyzing network traffic. It prints out a great deal of information about the relevant protocols including TCP, UDP, and ICMP. It allows you to filter IP addresses, hardware addresses, ports, and specific protocols.

Added 2001-10-22
by Diego Javier Grigna, diego@grigna.com
(Update) Perro (The Internet Protocols logger) is a set of three daemons that log incoming IP/TCP, IP/UDP and IP/ICMP packets. It also produces detailed log files.

e-load Server Loader
Added 2001-10-22
by evil [e]
e-load is a tool that loads a target webserver with lots of threads if u want to; A newer version is coming up soon that can load other services but www.

Super Sniffer v1.30
Added 2001-10-22
by Ajax, ajax@mobis.com
Super Sniffer is a combination of esniff.c (and all the sniffers derived from it) and tcpdump. It also supports a plethora of other options including DES encryption on log files, user monitoring, forwarding logs regularly to a secondary host and NFS file handle sniffing. It uses the libpcap library which was developed by the University of California, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory and its contributors. It uses the GNU regular expression pattern matching library. The libpcap library provides an interface to sniff packets on a variety of platforms including SunOS 4.x, Solaris 2.x, DEC OSF (Digital UNIX), IRIX, Linux, Ultrix 4.x and nearly all the vanilla BSD based systems such as BSDI, FreeBSD and NetBSD. Super Sniffer will incorporate in-kernel filtering using the Berkeley Packet Filter (bpf) on hosts that provide it. This allows network sniffing on busy networks with very fewer packet drops. Good for those major backbone networks. Super Sniffer is meant to be a an all-in-one sniffer, combining all the features of the scores of architecture-specific sniffers around. Super Sniffer will compile and sniff on virtually anything.

Added 2001-10-22
by Herve Schauer Consultants (secretariat@hsc.fr) and Renaud Deraison (deraison@cvs.nessus.org)
Nstreams is a program which analyzes the streams that occur on a network. It displays which streams are generated by the users between several networks, and between the networks and the outside. It can optionally generate the ipchains or ipfw rules that will match these streams, thus only allowing what is required for the users, and nothing more. Nstreams can parse the tcpdump output, or the files generated with the -w option of tcpdump. It can also directly sniff the data that occurs on the network.

Added 2001-10-22
by Hugo Haas and Etienne Bernard
ppl is a daemon which logs IP packets sent to a computer. It runs in the background, and displays information about the incoming packets. Criteria can be used to specify what packets should be logged and what packets should be ignored.

Added 2001-10-22
by ADM
Portable sniffer for SunOS and Linux

Added 2001-10-22
by Phrack
Portable ethernet sniffer by the Phrack staff

Added 2001-10-22
by loq
Linux packet monitor

Added 2001-10-22
by Mike Edulla
Powerful Linux ethernet sniffer

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