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Re: digital surveillance techniques for forensics/penetration
From: sil <jesus () resurrected us>
Date: Fri, 23 Jan 2004 03:07:47 -0500 (EST)

Many commercial packet sniffers can reconstruct packet dumps, sniffit,
NAI's Sniffer, etc. There was a product out a few years back called
Hailstorm which offered pretty neat features, I used the beta for about a
month testing it, but don't recall who made it, nor have I seen any more
information on it. Iris from eEye also does reconstruction, but haven't
used it in recent months.

If you're looking for some hardware based boxes that can do the job and
then some check out Niksun's NetDetector (http://www.niksun.com/), or
Sandstorm's NetIntercept (http://www.sandstorm.com/). But if you're just
looking for general information on reconstruction, you could probably
google +"packet sniffer" +reconstruct or any combination of that.

NANOG just had a thread that might have interested you this week: "What's
the best way to wiretap a network?" which would likely give you a ton of
ideas of what those in the networking industry are using/doing. Merit.edu
has the archives somewhere in there (too tired to open a browser sorry.)

Hi List

Anyone know of the tool which reconstructs captured data?? For example
intercepted email with attachments or ftp data.

I saw a flash demo sometime ago at www.sainstitute.org about digital
surveillance techniques which they cover in DefensiveForensics and
DefensiveHacking. This demo has since been
removed :-( any ideas anyone?


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