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Software News   Software News : NetworkSnoop
   posted by ministerq on 20-Nov-2007 20:44:35 (2742 reads)
NetworkSnoop is a transparent-patch tool, which purpose is similiar to SnoopDos but it is aimed at tracing bsdsocket.library calls.

This is not a program for an ordinary user - it is not going to improve the functionality of TCP/IP stack.

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NetworkSnoop is for developers who develop tools which use bsdsocket.library. This tool offers them ability to check eg. content of the buffers of such functions as recv(), send(), content of the system's structures which are used by bsdsocket.library. The developers may also like to check if the function receives proper parameteres and what are they.

Tool can be downloaded from here.

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Re: NetworkSnoop
Posted on 21-Nov-2007 0:14:57
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Sounds great. I'll be doing a lot more with bsdsocket library and NetworkSnoop might prove itself to be useful. Thanks!


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Re: NetworkSnoop
Posted on 21-Nov-2007 0:27:58
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Thanks for the nice tool. It looks like it provides very detailed information as to what's passed/received to/from networking functions. Perhaps a mode (or maybe a different tool) that provides higher level information might be useful as well. What I mean with that, is a tool that just shows who's connected to what socket right now (i.e., a network activity monitor of sorts).


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Re: NetworkSnoop
Posted on 21-Nov-2007 13:00:12
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a very useful tool, indeed! thanks to the author (MiniQ)


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Re: NetworkSnoop
Posted on 21-Nov-2007 18:43:24
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verry interesting tools, thanks for the development.

also amigg is great but not support common msm or related common protocol.

It will be sure you receive lots of feedback as soon one of the common protocol will be supported on amigg, new translations or money on paypal account,.....

just my 2 cents and point of view. thanks for supporting the amiga with your programming development.

BTW, what you have done for the amiga today ????

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