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Some miscellaneous code... Here's what's in there: Pingus A hacked version of pingus v0.6 code and required libraries so they compile clean on OpenSUSE 10.1. This is pretty much overcome by events. Code left over from thesis research projects: flowtool, which extracts some flow information from tcpdump files using libnids; and for grammatical inference from generated flows Mical. Mical includes a legacy version of Vaucanson for finite state machine manipulation. Currently the Mical code in SVN o
WireplayA minimalist approach to replay pcap dumped TCP sessions with modification as required. The aim of this project is to build an usable but simplistic tool which can help in selecting the TCP session to replay. It can play both client as well as the server during a replay session. Obviously replay attacks doesn't work against protocols which are cryptographically hardened or implements protocol specific replay prevention mechanism like challenge/response etc. Wireplay implements a plugin/h
Libnids is an implementation of an E-component of Network Intrusion Detection System. It emulates the IP stack of Linux 2.0.x. Libnids offers IP defragmentation, TCP stream assembly and TCP port scan detection.