[Full-Disclosure] Forgate 0.9 Released!
From: Darren Bounds (dbounds_at_intrusense.com)
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Fri, 23 Jan 2004 13:56:07 -0500
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I thought I'd let you know that I just posted the initial of a little
tool I've spent the last week working on. It's called Forgate and it's
available at: http://forgate.sourceforge.net.
Forgate (Forge Gate) allows you to capture traffic from a 3rd party in
a switched environment, at the expense of a slight increase in latency
to that 3rd party host. Using ARP cache poisoning, packet capture and
packet reconstruction, Forgate works with nearly all TCP, ICMP and UDP
IPv4 traffic flows. Essentially it redirects the traffic flow,
analyses and displays the packet information, then reconstructs it and
sends it back on it's way.
Forgate was written as a proof of concept so don't blame me if you
break something. :)
It requires libnet 1.1 or greater as well as libpcap and has been
successfully compiled and tested to run on FreeBSD, and Linux.
Darren Bounds, CISSP
Intrusense - Securing Business As Usual
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