[Full-disclosure] SniffJoke 0.3 release and request for feedback
razishaban at gmail.com
Wed Apr 15 14:00:14 BST 2009
On Wed, Apr 15, 2009 at 10:27 AM, vecna <vecna at s0ftpj.org> wrote:
> Some days ago I've relased this:
> SniffJoke is a "connection scrambler" for Linux with the purpose of
> preventing packet sniffers from reassemble network sessions of the user.
> The "sniffer evasion" technology is well known since almost 10 years.
> SniffJoke implements the most efficents techniques. Using a local fake
> tunnel it is able to manage outgoing and ingoing packets without
> disturbing the kernel. With the local web interface the user can easily
> start/stop and configure SniffJoke. At the moment, Wireshark, the most
> famous packet analyzer, is unable to correctly reconstruct TCP flow
> mangled by SniffJoke. I would like to update the list of victim
> sniffers, so please send me a report if you test SniffJoke with other
> network protocol analyzers.
> Any comments appreciate
Are there any similar tools for Windows?
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