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Modify a packet's content on DD-WRT

I need to modify incoming data to my network. Specifically, I want to modify all responses from a specific internet site so it doesn't show a certain HTML element. Is this possible with ...
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1answer
37 views

Is it possible to sniff packets on other subnetworks?

I've been reading about packet sniffing and was wondering if it's possible for someone to sniff packets on subnetworks other than the one they're on. Since the point of a subnetwork is that devices ...
0
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3answers
725 views

Network Sniffer identifying strange requests to *.crdui.com

So I just downloaded a Network Sniffer on my local machine, as I think something is going on. As soon as I opened it, selected my network adapter (an LTE stick), it started showing me requests from ...
2
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1answer
565 views

Change TCP sequence numbers for packet replay?

First off, I'm using wireshark for capture and colasoft for replay. I'm attempting to replay a group of captured packets back, looped to be done several times over (the purpose of this is just to send ...
7
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2answers
872 views

On an unencrypted public wi-fi hotspot, what exactly is a packet sniffer doing to get another computer's packet?

I get mixed results when reading information security articles, some of them stating that in order to do something similar you need to also setup some sort of honeypot with a running access point and ...
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1answer
1k views

tcpdump missing on Cygwin v1.7.7 for packet sniffing

I am trying to debug why my TCP packets are truncated. I see that only the first 24 bytes of each packet are showing up in my program. The 25th through 28th bytes are scrambled and all others after ...
0
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1answer
660 views

Network packet editor for Linux?

Anyone know network packet editor for Linux, or a way to modify network packets in wireshark?
4
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3answers
7k views

Packet Sniff over Wi-Fi

I've got a non-PC wireless client, and I'm wondering about some of its connections. I want to see the actual packets being exchanged from the net to my device over a Wi-Fi connection. I have ...
5
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1answer
20k views

Capturing wireless traffic (using Wireshark)

When I run wireshark on a wired network it works fine and reports all of the packets. When I run it on a wireless network though I only see my own traffic. The wireless card I have is supposed to ...