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pdump-0.8.tar.gz
Posted Dec 26, 2000
Authored by Samy Kamkar | Site pdump.org

Pdump is a sniffer written in perl which dumps, greps, monitors, creates, and modifies traffic on a network. It combines features from tcpdump, tcpkill, ngrep, tcptrace, dsniff (and its webspy and urlsnarf), pfilt, macof, and xpy. It is able to do passive operating system detection/fingerprinting and can also watch packet streams and then create it's own spoofed packets to hijack or kill TCP connections. It understands tcpdump-like and perl-like syntax and allows easy modifications via a plug-in system. The packet display is easily configurable. Man page available here.

Changes: New stable release! Added almost 600 new fingerprints for the -x option, much better password sniffing library along with new password sniffing plugs for the web, fixed a few bugs, added new protocol sniffing, added advancements to other protocols, and added new methods for decoding packets.
tags | tool, perl, spoof, sniffer, tcp
MD5 | 0a082794faf434efbf0859ef624e4d21
pdump-0.782-2.tar.gz
Posted Oct 21, 2000
Authored by Samy Kamkar | Site pdump.lucidx.com

Pdump is a sniffer written in perl which dumps, greps, monitors, creates, and modifies traffic on a network. It combines features from tcpdump, tcpkill, ngrep, tcptrace, dsniff (and its webspy and urlsnarf), pfilt, macof, and xpy. It is able to do passive operating system detection/fingerprinting and can also watch packet streams and then create it's own spoofed packets to hijack or kill TCP connections. It understands tcpdump-like and perl-like syntax and allows easy modifications via a plug-in system. The packet display is easily configurable. Readme available here.

Changes: The packet injection tool has been updated, updated documentation, and Makefile fixes.
tags | tool, perl, spoof, sniffer, tcp
MD5 | c69b97a9666af130614fa6d1785c6ab9
pdump-0.781.tar.gz
Posted Sep 18, 2000
Authored by Samy Kamkar | Site pdump.lucidx.com

Pdump is a sniffer written in perl which dumps, greps, monitors, creates, and modifies traffic on a network. It combines features from tcpdump, tcpkill, ngrep, tcptrace, dsniff (and its webspy and urlsnarf), pfilt, macof, and xpy. It is able to do passive operating system detection/fingerprinting and can also watch packet streams and then create it's own spoofed packets to hijack or kill TCP connections. It understands tcpdump-like and perl-like syntax and allows easy modifications via a plug-in system. The packet display is easily configurable. Readme available here.

Changes: Passive operating system detection/fingerprinting similar to siphon has been added, added recognition of df (don't fragment) and tos flags, added an implementation tcpkill from dsniff which is able to kill any open TCP connection, non-promiscuous mode sniffing, and now uses the pdump::Sniff module for packet creation and sniffing.
tags | tool, perl, spoof, sniffer, tcp
MD5 | 3fb1ffdd008eafd9ba2d258621666319
pdump-0.780.tar.gz
Posted Sep 13, 2000
Authored by Samy Kamkar | Site pdump.lucidx.com

Pdump is a sniffer written in perl which dumps, greps, monitors, creates, and modifies traffic on a network. It combines features from tcpdump, ngrep, tcptrace, dsniff (and its webspy and urlsnarf), pfilt, macof, and xpy. It understands tcpdump-like syntax and allows easy modifications via a plug-in system. Readme available here.

Changes: New features added include displaying TCP sequence numbers and configurable packet display to match specific packets with Perl regular expressions. Many bugs have been fixed.
tags | tool, perl, sniffer
MD5 | 12e0f4a8b6033f2e3b24494035fd6099
pdump-0.779-2.tar.gz
Posted Sep 13, 2000
Authored by Samy Kamkar | Site pdump.lucidx.com

Pdump is a sniffer written in perl which dumps, greps, monitors, creates, and modifies traffic on a network. It combines features from tcpdump, ngrep, tcptrace, dsniff (and its webspy and urlsnarf), pfilt, macof, and xpy. It understands tcpdump-like syntax and allows easy modifications via a plug-in system. Readme available here.

Changes: Sniffed TCP packets now display the sequence number as tcpdump would do, and the "empty packet" bug with the ngrep-clone option has been fixed. Fixes for a few systems regarding unused perl modules have been included.
tags | tool, perl, sniffer
MD5 | 0565c172c29c96bc378601432c542b15
pdump-0.777.tar.gz
Posted Aug 18, 2000
Authored by Samy Kamkar | Site pdump.lucidx.com

Pdump is a sniffer written in perl which dumps, greps, monitors, creates, and modifies traffic on a network. It combines features from tcpdump, ngrep, tcptrace, dsniff (and its webspy and urlsnarf), pfilt, macof, and xpy. It understands tcpdump-like syntax and allows easy modifications via a plug-in system. Readme available here.

tags | tool, perl, sniffer
MD5 | ee02b6c17438512387547121a7045f85
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