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Network moniter

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Posted on 02-10-05 21:03
Hey,
I have no time at ALL to write one (or the time to figure out how to write one) But I want to moniter all packets being sent out (and preferably in) of my router. Does any one know a good program to do that? like cain-n-Able but they only let you look at passwords, AI want to look at all packets translated.

Thx in advanced
NC

P.S: I have googled it. B)
P.P.S: found plenty you have to pay for, but free is my ting. And I don't want any laws to be broken over limewire.
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Edit: I have now found that this is called a sniffer, so I may have better luck finding one.


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Edited by Neo_Chalchus on 02-10-05 21:17
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Posted on 02-10-05 21:46
well CAIN is ur best bet, its wut i use..

www.lazzareth.com/haykuro/

i have a little video tutorial there showing how to use CAIN to sniff.


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Posted on 02-10-05 21:52
Ethereal


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Posted on 03-10-05 20:43
for sniffers i use dnsiff to look for passwords.

for general purpose sniffing, look at Ethereal or tcpdump.


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