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Source: Lance Spitzner - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Intrusion Detection Lance writes, " Sniffers have exploded in popularity over the past several years, from Network Generals Netxray and Microsofts Network Monitor, to public domain tools such as Etherman and Curry Sniffer. These tools are used for various reasons, including network troubleshooting, . . . Lance writes, " Sniffers have exploded in popularity over the past several years, from Network Generals Netxray and Microsofts Network Monitor, to public domain tools such as Etherman and Curry Sniffer. These tools are used for various reasons, including network troubleshooting, traffic analysis, node discovery, etc. We will be covering one of the most common, yet effective sniffers, snoop. Of all the sniffers, this is one standby you always have access to with Solaris. The purpose of this article is to demonstrate how to leverage snoop, with examples focusing on network security. "

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