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From: ivan.coric at (Ivan Coric)
Subject: Sniffing ICQ traffic

ninja site for tcpdump/ethereal filters


Ivan Coric CISSP
IT Technical Security Officer
Information Technology
WorkCover Queensland
Ph: (07) 30066414 Fax: (07) 30066424

>>> <> 11/11/03 02:55am >>>
Quoting Jeremiah Cornelius <>:

> Hash: SHA1
> On Monday 10 November 2003 05:40, Marcos Machado wrote:
> > Does anybody know about any tool to sniff ICQ traffic?
> > 
> > I've been searching for a week without success. I am currently using the 
> > msgsnarf from dsniff package (2.3), but it works only with a limited 
> > version (2k) and the protocol has changed. Nowadays, it's quite useless.
> Ethereal:
> Win32 Complete Installer:
> "Because anything less, would be uncivilized."
> Protocol reassembly - "ICQ"
> Tools - "Follow TCP Stream"

By the way... do you know a good text or some examples about how do write
filters to ethereal?  The syntax, variables, etc...


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