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TCPDump - Network Packet Analyzer

  •    C

TCPDump, a powerful command-line packet analyzer; and libpcap, a portable C/C++ library for network traffic capture. It prints out a description of the contents of packets on a network interface that match the boolean expression. The Packet Capture library provides a high level interface to packet capture systems. All packets on the network, even those destined for other hosts, are accessible through this mechanism.

AiEngine - Packet Inspection Engine

  •    C++

AIEngine is a packet inspection engine with capabilities of learning without any human intervention. AIEngine helps network/security profesionals to identify traffic and develop signatures for use them on NIDS, Firewalls, Traffic classifiers and so on or use them on the engine automatically.




packet - Incremental binary parsers and serializers for Node.js.

  •    Javascript

Incremental binary parsers and serializers for Node.js. In the middle of the final rewrite after many years of learning about Node.js.

dns-packet - An abstract-encoding compliant module for encoding / decoding DNS packets

  •    Javascript

An abstract-encoding compliant module for encoding / decoding DNS packets. Lifted out of multicast-dns as a separate module.Encodes a DNS packet into a buffer.

mqtt-packet - Parse and generate MQTT packets like a breeze in JS

  •    Javascript

Encode and Decode MQTT 3.1.1 packets the node way.This library is tested with node v4, v6 and v7. The last version to support older versions of node was mqtt-packet@4.1.2.

cap - A cross-platform binding for performing packet capturing with node.js

  •    Javascript

A cross-platform binding for performing packet capturing with node.js.(constructor)() - Creates and returns a new Cap instance.


network-simulator - simulate a low-level computer network

  •    Javascript

Create a new simulator instance sim.Create a network node identified by a string key and an array of string interface names ifaces.

coap-packet - Generate and Parse CoAP packets

  •    Javascript

CoAP-Packet is a generator and parser of CoAP packets for node.js. This library follows the draft-18 of the standard.

layer2

  •    C++

Note the last step required to find the libraries at runtime (alternatively you could install both dependencies globally).

node-shark - Wrapper around libwireshark providing network packet dissection

  •    C++

Wrapper around libwireshark providing network packet dissection for node.js. You can also use it it conjunction with pcap-parser.

dhl - A dhl packet tracking nodejs module

  •    Javascript

Querys the tracking page of a delivery service for the status of a sent package. Get delivery progress.

PothosBlocks - A collection of core processing blocks

  •    C++

The processing blocks found in this project offer core functionality, and do not incur external dependencies. More information to come as this project fills in.

packet - :package: Send network packets over a TCP or UDP connection.

  •    Go

Send network packets over a TCP or UDP connection. Packet is the main class representing a single network message. It has a byte code indicating the type of the message and a []byte type payload.

packngo - Packet Go API Client

  •    Go

To authenticate to the Packet API, you must have your API token exported in env var PACKET_AUTH_TOKEN. This lib is used by the official terraform-provider-packet.

terraform-provider-packet - Terraform Packet provider

  •    Go

The packet provider will be installed on terraform init of a template using any of the packet_* resources. Available resource and datasources are documented at https://www.terraform.io/docs/providers/packet/index.html.

util-lorawan-packets - C-Lang LoRaWAN packet parser & encoder

  •    C

A simple library just to pack (marshal) and parse (unmarshal) LoRaWAN packets in C. It's intended to be used as basis for upper-layer LoRaWAN node oder network-server stacks. Beside this it could be useful for LoRaWAN testing and verification purposes. We use this library internally inside our proprietary closed-source (sorry!) freeRTOS based LoRaWAN-Stack. At Lobaro we heavily try to achieve a flexible & modular code-base to get projects done fast. With embedded C-code this is often not that easy as with modern languages like goLang. This might be the reason why most LoRaWAN implementations mix the "simple" task of packet encode/decode with protocol business logic.






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