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    I'm trying to find out if BT still uses dsniff, or if its been replaced with something newer, I'm in the process of DLing the image now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by internet_Dude View Post
    I'm trying to find out if BT still uses dsniff, or if its been replaced with something newer, I'm in the process of DLing the image now.
    # locate dsniff shows it is still there.
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    Thanks man
    hopefully it still works I don't think its been touched in 8 years or so lol.

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    I don't see why it would not work. It is the same thing it always was.

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    Once I had problems when I tried to dsniff not encrypted wireless packages. I had some hits, but I could see more username/passwords in Wireshark. eg. I found my FTP account, but not my POP3
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    Quote Originally Posted by floyd View Post
    Once I had problems when I tried to dsniff not encrypted wireless packages. I had some hits, but I could see more username/passwords in Wireshark. eg. I found my FTP account, but not my POP3
    I believe the aircrack-ng suite has a tool used to filter the wireless headers from a pcap or even the interface livetime to a tap interface provided that you have the key to the encryption of course. Should make dsniff work
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