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Wednesday June 23, 2004
05:38 PM

Net::LibNIDS

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No one can say I don't listen to comments! I renamed to module to Net::LibNIDS as per comments on this forum. Up to date compiling and test passing example at the fotango opensource subversion repository: http://opensource.fotango.com/svn/trunk/perlnids/

Now please, how the hell do I write portable tests for a network sniffer! (And no, you can't portable sniff on loopback interfaces)

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  • You'd have pluggable ethernet inputs and be able to replay from a file and test what it finds from that. You still can't test the live ethernet stuff meaningfully, but you can test the IDS part.

    --Nat

    • I can actually do that, I can replay tcpdump binary files. Thank you Nat! That makes it a lot simpler.

      This is written on way to vacation in Sweden, I shall be extensively be using svk during this week :-)

      sky

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      sky