RE: [Full-Disclosure] Recommendations for a Passive Web Content Monitoring solution?

From: Stephan Steenkamp (
Date: 04/11/03

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    To: "Nick Jacobsen" <>, <>
    Date: Fri, 11 Apr 2003 10:11:45 +0200

    What u need is squid which comes standard with Linux , and sarg squid log file analyzer. It generates html reports out of your squid log files. Its free and easy. For more info goto.. This is the solution if u want to capture web traffic , I'm not sure what u mean by the etc. So u might want another tool to analyze the rest of the network traffic.

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    From: Nick Jacobsen []
    Sent: Thursday, April 10, 2003 4:31 PM
    Subject: [Full-Disclosure] Recommendations for a Passive Web Content
    Monitoring solution?

    Not sure that this is an exactly suitable topic, but anything seems to go,

    I am trying to find an open source (read free) PASSIVE web content
    monitoring solution. We are looking for something that can be put on a
    network, and using promiscuous mode, capture and analyze web traffic, etc...
    We would obviously place this in such a way that all network traffic would
    pass by it. Any suggestions would be welcome, though again, I am looking
    for something specifically designed to do this, as I know I could modify
    existing tools myself...


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