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Re: A WiFi security tool I would like to see developed
From: xbud <xbud () g0thead com>
Date: Fri, 20 Dec 2002 00:15:11 -0600
On Wednesday 18 December 2002 21:31, matt merhar wrote:
Great idea, but I think it's already been in the works in the latest
version of Dug Song's infamous dsniff. I really hope that he fixes the
several remote exploits that exist in this acclaimed pen-testing tool,
wow, I never thought dsniff had remote exploitation capabilities.
All this time I thought it was a sniff+parse utility.
If you meant remotely exploitable holes, well ...
Here are some recent #monkey logs I've acquired that highlight the
features that I'm discussing.
*** #monkey Session Start (11/24/02) ***
<dr``> Rubbish! I've got Lance Spitzner on my side. I'm sure he's
audited the source code very well. What's this I hear about dsniff being
remotely exploitable in several places throughout the CodeBase?
<dugsong> Hmmm. Alright. I'll keep quiet.
*** #monkey Session End (11/24/02) ***
On Wed, 18 Dec 2002 21:28:04 -0500
Log sounds like a spoofed crock of shit, but whatever..
umm, last time I heard Lance doesn't code, so that further confirms my 'crock
of shit' theory.
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