Carnivore -- new Version 2.2 now available

Posted by Alexander Galloway | Wed Jul 12th 2006 5:28 p.m.

Carnivore -- new Version 2.2 now available
http://r-s-g.org/carnivore

new features include the ability to log packets to a text file and
the ability to record and playback capture sessions.

questions/comments/suggestions always welcome..

+ + +

Version 2.2, July 2006

+ moved java class files around so that there is a "core" engine
responsible for all the sniffing. The Processing and CPE versions now
simply act as clients for the core.

+ reorganized class files significantly.

+ CarniPacket class is now called CarnivorePacket

+ the class accessed by Processing is now called CarnivoreP5 (not
carnivore)

+ cleaned up format of output string: added milliseconds to packet
timestamp; changed ip/port separator to ":" which is more standard.
Clients *will* have to update their parsing routines.

+ reinstated console window

+ got ride of Mac authentication launcher app -- too complicated.

+ added ability to log packets to text file

+ added ability to record and playback capture sessions

+ dropped linux support (which was never really "supported" anyway
due to difficulty of testing and debugging.) adding linux support
again in the future should be easy however.
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