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Tools developed in the past (no longer supported)

This is a list of tools we developed in the past; some are still active, although no longer maintained at all, or no longer maintained by our group.

    * WinPcap: Windows Packet Capture Library; compatible with libpcap for UNIX. For Windows 95/98/NT/2000

Tools currently under development

This is a list of all the tools currently supported and under development.

    * Analyzer: A public domain network sniffer. For Windows.
    * NetBee: A new library for packet capture and packet manipulation; it includes the first implementation of the NetPDL language.

UrlSnooper / save yourself from yourself
« on: April 19, 2007, 04:28 AM »

Version 2.18.01 still doesn't work under Windows 98SE

why are you still using 98 and expecting to use new software???   :huh:  I don't suggest tormenting yourself with Vista, but XP or 2000 are still fantastically better choices.

UrlSnooper / Re: Newbie Appreciate Help - AccuRadio Streams
« on: April 19, 2007, 04:25 AM »
if you do a little more leg work as in the WAX thread I'll try to help you :)

UrlSnooper / Re: which WinPcap?
« on: April 19, 2007, 04:23 AM »
the alternative driver would mean no need to install system driver installation like winpcap, yeah.
i'll try to give an update about that project by the end of January.  It's definitely something i would like to do I just have to consider strongly whether it's worth the time at this juncture. 

Wow that sounds cool... is that something that's available in the latest snooper beta?   8)

The second URL is to a reserved IP address: 10.x.x.x

open the wax file in a text editor (obviously not notepad and not wordpad).  Paste that address into NetTransport or something similar.

alternatively paste 
into NetTransport

I chose this stream from the NetTransport prompt


notice that change in protocol? ;)

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