karpski - A free ethernet protocol analyzer / sniffer
|Distribution||ROSA Enterprise Desktop|
|Repository||ROSA Contrib Updates x86_64|
|Installed size||191.77 KB|
|Download size||70.73 KB|
K.ARP.SKI (karpski) is an ethernet protocol analyzer / sniffer. Its abilities as a sniffer or scanner are limited, but this sniffer is much easier to use than other popular sniffers such as tcpdump. In addition, there is a protocol definition file in which other protocols can be added. Karpski may also be used to launch programs against addresses on your local network and as a local network intrusion tool. Plus, it's free with source. Its display is an Xwindow display. This was a design decision based on my need to display many windows simultaneously. Console mode would just not cut it. I chose the Gtk display library because it's proven, portable and free. You may not like my choice; the source is included. This program was originally based on my desire to detect someone plugging an unauthorized computer into a LAN. It did this originally by looking at ARP packets. This is where the arp in karpski comes from.
|karpski-0.101-17-rosa.lts2012.0.i586.rpm||0.101||i586||ROSA Contrib Updates|
- Enable ROSA Contrib Updates repository on Install and Remove Software"
- Update packages list:
# urpmi.update -a
- Install karpski rpm package:
# urpmi karpski
2010-12-10 - Oden Eriksson <email@example.com> 0.101-17mdv2011.0 + Revision: 619878 - the mass rebuild of 2010.0 packages
2009-09-11 - Thierry Vignaud <firstname.lastname@example.org> 0.101-16mdv2010.0 + Revision: 438069 - rebuild