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How to introduce delay unin scanning tools that do not implement delay without touching source code?

Usually scanning tools implement a switch in order to delay requests and don'tnot flood the target. Sometimes, there exist tools, that do not implement this delay option.

Is there a way to delay packets from tools that do not implement this option without touching the source code? I know that touching the source code is an option...the option I follow frequently. But I would like to know if there existis any tool that exists to do that. Probably this tools, if exists, should be a kind of proxy that would store, in a buffer of some kind, all the packets the tool send and resend them introducing the configured delay.

Any ideas?

How to introduce delay un scanning tools that do not implement delay without touching source code?

Usually scanning tools implement a switch in order to delay requests and don't flood the target. Sometimes, there exist tools, that do not implement this delay option.

Is there a way to delay packets from tools that do not implement this option without touching the source code? I know that touching the source code is an option...the option I follow frequently. But I would like to know if there exist any tool to do that. Probably this tools, if exists, should be a kind of proxy that store in a buffer all the packets the tool send and resend them introducing the configured delay.

Any ideas?

How to introduce delay in scanning tools that do not implement delay without touching source code?

Usually scanning tools implement a switch in order to delay requests and not flood the target. Sometimes there tools that do not implement this delay option.

Is there a way to delay packets from tools that do not implement this option without touching the source code? I know that touching the source code is an option...the option I follow frequently. But I would like to know if there is any tool that exists to do that. Probably this tools, if exists, should be a kind of proxy that would store, in a buffer of some kind, all the packets the tool send and resend them introducing the configured delay.

Any ideas?

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How to introduce delay un scanning tools that do not implement delay without touching source code?

Usually scanning tools implement a switch in order to delay requests and don't flood the target. Sometimes, there exist tools, that do not implement this delay option.

Is there a way to delay packets from tools that do not implement this option without touching the source code? I know that touching the source code is an option...the option I follow frequently. But I would like to know if there exist any tool to do that. Probably this tools, if exists, should be a kind of proxy that store in a buffer all the packets the tool send and resend them introducing the configured delay.

Any ideas?