Re: [Full-disclosure] anybody remember the name of this tool

twebster_at_blackhillscorp.com
Date: 08/24/05

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    To: full-disclosure@lists.grok.org.uk, trihuynh@huynhsec.com
    Date: Wed, 24 Aug 2005 14:16:55 -0600
    
    
    

    Is the tool ettercap? Available at http://ettercap.sourceforge.net

    Also, don't forget one of the best lists for security tools at
    http://www.insecure.org/tools.html

    Tony

    full-disclosure-bounces@lists.grok.org.uk wrote on 08/24/2005 02:05:50 PM:

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    > ngrep and netsed are useful.
    >
    > trihuynh@huynhsec.com wrote:
    > > Hi all,
    > >
    > > I forget the name of a tool that can be used to intercept TCP packet
    and
    > > allow you to modify the packet before it was
    > > sent out. Basically the tool open 2 ports, one for listening and one
    for
    > > sending, it allows you to watch and modify
    > > packets in and out. It is like a port forwarding tool with a packet
    > > modifying feature (support editting on both side receive and sending).
    > > I remember the tool run on Windows and have a nice GUI with hex
    editor.
    > > It has been a while for me since the last time using such tool,
    > > i cannot remember the name of it. Google doesn't yeild the right
    result
    > > and it is not netsed which is commandline and *Nix based.
    > > I hope some of us here can remember the tool name.
    > >
    > > Thanks
    > >
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