A sniffer is a program that monitors and analyzes network traffic, detecting bottlenecks and problems.

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If someone has access to VPN and your computer, is there a point of using VPN?

If someone sniffs requests coming from my computer and my VPN's computer, there's no point using VPN, right? Because they can see the time when I made a request to my VPN and they can analyze all of ...
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Fishy: VMware sends all traffic through akamai

I'm running Linux inside of VMware on the Mac, and on Linux I'm running a program that has connections open to perhaps 4 different machines. On the OS/X side however VMware has only 1 active network ...
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SSL and Strategy to prevent destination URL from being revealed

Googling the subject "sniffing out / spying on SSL secured communications" one finds many references to being able to make some good guesses about the "target destination" once the path length is ...
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TCP IN connection from another user in my home network. Is it safe?

I'm using Comodo Firewall and I noticed that sometimes I'm getting TCP IN connection from another IP address in my home network (only one router and few wireless users): TCP IN | 192.168.1.50 | ...
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How do the authorities know who's downloading protected software?

Out of curiosity do the web based file hosting services such as Oron and Rapidshare store information about who downloads what? I ask because I'm wondering, when someone is "caught" downloading ...
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Hacking machines using internet packets [closed]

I have a friend (X) who hacked the whatsapp account of someone (Y) using iphone. He told me that he sent a packet to the iphone of Y that appears as a normal whatsapp message but now he can see all ...
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Mobile traffic sniffing using Cain

As far as I know - and please correct me if I'm wrong - Cain does not support WiFi cards. So if an attacker wants to perform ARP poisoning without being connected through Ethernet to the ...
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Sniff GSM packets Wireshark [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Smartphone / GSM Sniffer I noticed in a video on youtube is possible to sniff gsm traffic using wireshark. How is this possible ? Do I need a GSM modem to acheive this ...
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Monitor data a program sends to internet [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do i log all my internet-connections I have a program that connects to the Internet, this program apparently is sending out my mac address and computer information ...
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Why does the router fall when performing ARP Poisoning?

I am using dsniff and ettercap and when I start ARP Poisoning the router falls. Why does that happen? I think I might be overwhelming it or there is a problem with the router.
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Could somebody explain the basics of Wireshark to me [closed]

I've downloaded Wireshark, messed around with the GUI a bit and, honestly, I can't make head nor tail of what I am looking at. I understand that Winpcap allows me to create a copy of every packet ...
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How to convert some packets in a readable format [closed]

I am looking for a tool for osx, that can convert this raw data in some readable format. Testing my wifi network, I began sniffing my packets, and ran tcpflow -i en1 -c I want to get the sniffed ...