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to dsniff or not to dsniff
From: "Robin Wood" <dninja () gmail com>
Date: Sun, 7 May 2006 18:51:41 +0100

My distro doesn't have dsniff as a package so I've trid to compile it
and came across a few issues, in resolving them I realised that
dnsniff is quite old and relies on some unsuported packages.

So I was wondering, is it worth getting it working or should I leave
it and spend my time learning some more up-to-date tools? My guess is
that ettercap will probably do most, if not all, that dnsiff will do
but possibly not as easily.

What do people think?


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