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Email addressj.rifkin at uconn.edu
First Active1999-11-22
Last Active2001-01-27
ipaudit-0.95.tgz
Posted Jan 27, 2001
Authored by Jon Rifkin | Site sp.uconn.edu

Ipaudit records and displays network activity. It is useful for identifying high bandwidth users, intrusive telnet sessions, denial of service attacks, and scans. Ipaudit stores counts of bytes and packets for every combination of host/port pairs and protocol. It also includes scripts which automatically generate webified reports, CGI scripts which organize web presentation, and the utilities "total" and "ipstrings" which can be used to investigate network traffic records from the command line.

Changes: This release includes the ability to monitor multiple network interfaces simultaneously, an optional configuration file, improved definition of local network addresses using multiple IP ranges, and a fix for an occasional crash when the program terminated.
tags | tool, web, denial of service, cgi, sniffer, protocol
MD5 | 8581ea00ebb854806b19a3759764f536
ipaudit-0.93b3.tgz
Posted Aug 11, 2000
Authored by Jon Rifkin | Site sp.uconn.edu

Ipaudit records and displays network activity. It is useful for identifying high bandwith users, intrusive telnet sessions, denial of service attacks, and scans. Ipaudit stores counts of bytes and packets for every combination of host/port pairs and protocol. It also includes scripts which automatically generate webified reports, CGI scripts which organize web presentation, and the utilities "total" and "ipstrings" which can be used to investigate network traffic records from the command line.

Changes: New scripts to generate Web based reports.
tags | tool, web, denial of service, cgi, sniffer, protocol
MD5 | 98200a1eb93fdc04cb23ce06165c7456
ipaudit-0.92.tgz
Posted Jun 20, 2000
Authored by Jon Rifkin | Site sp.uconn.edu

ipaudit records network activity. It stores a count of bytes and packets exchanged for every combination of host/port pairs and protocol. It can be signalled after a fixed interval (30 minutes is typical) to output results. It's useful for identifying heavy bandwidth users, intrusive telnet sessions, denial of service attacks, scans, etc. There is also an option (like tcpdump) to save raw packet headers for detailed analysis with packages such as tcpdump or ethereal.

Changes: Hardware address recording, sorted output, memory overflow and PPP fixes, and it includes two new utilities (ipstrings, total).
tags | tool, denial of service, sniffer, protocol
MD5 | 8d03bb6c0e1bbc9e752dff9ea60f2b53
ipaudit-0.91.1.tgz
Posted Jan 21, 2000
Authored by Jon Rifkin | Site sp.uconn.edu

ipaudit records network activity. It stores a count of bytes and packets exchanged for every combination of host/port pairs and protocol. It can be signalled after a fixed interval (30 minutes is typical) to output results. It's useful for identifying heavy bandwidth users, intrusive telnet sessions, denial of service attacks, scans, etc. There is also an option (like tcpdump) to save raw packet headers for detailed analysis with packages such as tcpdump or ethereal.

Changes: Bug fixes.
tags | tool, denial of service, sniffer, protocol
MD5 | 1b6e0f119dba3af6941e415ee65db0d9
ipaudit-0.91.tgz
Posted Jan 12, 2000
Authored by Jon Rifkin | Site sp.uconn.edu

Ipaudit records network activity. It stores a count of bytes and packets exchanged for every combination of host/port pairs and protocol. It can be signalled after a fixed interval (30 minutes is typical) to output results. It's useful for identifying heavy bandwidth users, intrusive telnet sessions, denial of service attacks, scans, etc. There is also an option (like tcpdump) to save raw packet headers for detailed analysis with packages such as tcpdump or ethereal.

Changes: Time fields added to output, minor bug fix.
tags | tool, denial of service, sniffer, protocol
MD5 | 54fe00b22f073af1b1e8d65c4d536fdb
ipaudit-0.9.tgz
Posted Nov 22, 1999
Authored by Jon Rifkin | Site sp.uconn.edu

ipaudit listens to a network link using promiscuous mode and gathers statistics on network usage. For every combination of host pair, port pair and protocol, it counts bytes and packets in both directions. After a fixed interval (30 minutes for example) ipaudit can be signaled (via kill command) to output its results. The text output can be processed into reports but the raw data can also be useful identifying heavy bandwidth consumers, intrusive telnet sessions, denial of service attacks, etc. There is also an option (like tcpdump) to save raw packets to specific ports for detailed subsequent analysis with packages such as tcpdump or ethereal.

tags | tool, denial of service, sniffer, protocol
MD5 | ec3c96956d21f63de189f450be25f16a
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