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KSniffer

   0.3.2  

KDE Networking Tool

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Link:  http://www.ksniffer.org/
Minimum required   KDE 3.3.x
Downloads:  10686
Submitted:  Jul 9 2005
Updated:  Feb 26 2008

Description:

This application is a network sniffing application for KDE. It needs a lot of features I'm working on, of course it's not yet complete but you can use it because it's in a stable state.

Here what KSniffer does (for a complete list go to http://www.ksniffer.org/index.php?section=features):
- Capture network packets from the configured network interfaces.
- Open/save files in the pcap format (used by tcpdump and Ethereal/Wireshark) using also the KDE network transparency.
- Show some information on the captured packets (how many bytes the single packet is, what protocols are included,... as shown in the second screenshot).
- Let you investigate on the source or destination IP address doing: whois/traceroute/ping/dig/host/nslookup on the IP according the binaries installed on your system. (Click with right mouse button on the source/destination IP address to do this.)
- Let you can choose if you want to stop the capturing packets operation manually or automatically after a time/number of packets/size of the captured packets you specify.
- Let you set different operations on the view (for example you can show the packets after you stopped the capture step).

The last code release is into SVN KDE in trunk/playground/network .

Help is always welcome, also like tester. If you want to make KSniffer useful you're welcome. A list of things to do is in TODO file.

The version 0.3.2 is a stable version. From 0.3.1 was fixed some bugs and added some small features. This version contains all available translations. Feedbacks on features and bugs are welcome. Help, translations and donations are welcome too. To know how to donate, give help or contact me see the website. New binaries packets are needed. Help to spread this application if you can.

Thank you,
Giovanni




Changelog:

KSniffer 0.3.2 [21 February 2008]
- More information for ARP protocol
- More information for TCP protocol
- More information for UDP protocol
- Added useful information in the "Information" column for UDP/TCP protocol
- Recognized protocols from the packet for the "Protocol" column
- Splitted the configuration dialog in 2 groups:
1. Capture
2. GUI
- Added the "Show the RAW Packet frame on the right of/under the Packet Details frame" option
- Let "Save as" enabled after you saved the file so you can save it elsewhere if you need
- Fixed the "network transparency doesn't work in some cases" bug
- Fixed the "losting last packets from the view" bug
- Fixed the "detecting parse errors in XML file for ksniff" bug

KSniffer 0.3.1 [30 September 2007]
- fixed recognized MAC address for ARP protocol
- a more detailed packets raw view
- disable "New Capture" if you have problem with ksniff permissions
- optimize the parsing of /etc/services file
- some more information for ICMP protocol
- let you sniff also on special network devices with no MAC address
- fixed a crash when stopping the file loading
- a faster startup

KSniffer 0.3 [21 Jul 2007]:
- new icon and splashscreen thanks to Carmine De Rosa
- fixed crash when you click on a captured packet after you tryed to open a file, but you didn't open it
- give the port name to UDP and TCP connections getting them from /etc/services file
- show raw bytes of a selected packet from the list of the captured one
- changed "sniff" application name to "ksniff" to avoid name conflicts with other sniffing applications
- fixed bug that avoid saving sniffed data quitting from the application
- get the list of the network interfaces that have different MAC addresses
- check ksniff permissions to avoid users think KSniffer doesn't work: Debian/*ubuntu/OpenSuSE remove
the suid bit: a warning dialog will appear in case ksniff ha not found or has not the SUID bit

KSniffer 0.2 [11 Feb 2007]:
- add/remove KSniffer in/from the system tray bar
- added KSniffer option dialog:

- sniffer settings:
* display packets after you stopped capture available

- capture settings:
* stop manually
* stop after X packets
* stop after X bytes/kilobytes/megabyes/gigabytes
* stop after X seconds/minutes/hours/days

- added data for TCP detail display

- added pause/continue capture

- reading ports name from system (file /etc/services)

- quick search added (dependancy from kdelibs >= 3.3)

- better management for loading file

- better management for temporary file

- root privileges don't need anymore for the GUI

- removed sorting feature cause of bad performing for lots of packets

- getting information on IP: can be detected some networking information
on source or destination selected IP:
* whois
* traceroute
* ping
* dig
* host
* nslookup

- compiling on FreeBSD and some other Linux platform

- fixed boring bugs

KSniffer 0.1.1 [1 Aug 2005]:
- updated nl translation
- fixed configure warning
- fixed compiling with KDE 3.2
- fixed compiling on 64 bits architecture systems

KSniffer 0.1 [30 Jul 2005]:
- starting network packet-capture session
- opening libpcap format file
- drag & drop for libpcap format file
- saving in libpcap format file the captured packet session
- actived the open recent file menu item
- stopping network packet-capture session
- tray bar menu
- packet details display
- when capture was stopped you can sort packets list by: frame number, time, source address, destination address, protocol
- detected protocols: IP, TCP, UDP, ICMP, ARP




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 Slackware 12.0 pack

 
 by gohanz on: Jul 25 2007
 
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http://www.slacky.eu/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=2489&Itemid=56


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 More icons please :)

 
 by shevegen on: Jul 26 2007
 
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This is a very nice program.

my personal wish would be to add more icons. For example, there could be a widget where some computer icons are listed, and we can differ between the
CURRENT_COMPUTER (the one ksniffer is running)
- LAN computers (like intranet computers)
- OUTSIDE computers

etc..

This graphical add-on could even be made so easy for a user to right click on an icon and select some actions like "capture incoming packets from this computer" as well!


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 purpose

 
 by lightwarrior on: Feb 22 2008
 
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It seems like a nice programm but what does it do ?
You state it lacks a lot of functionality, but what users want to know is what your application does, we are less interested in what it doesn't do.
Please adjust your description so that we know what your app is meant for.

Thanks :)

Lightwarrior


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 Re: purpose

 
 by kdeveloper on: Feb 22 2008
 
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Updated. I will fix this also on the website later.

Can you use my application and see if I can add some other things to this description or if it's enough for you? Can you give me your feedback on KSniffer 0.3.2?


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 How to

 
 by linuxcolor on: Mar 12 2008
 
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How to start ksniffer in Fedora ? afer install ksniffer.


\"Linux rules the heart of its users. This is enough a reason why one should embrace Linux\"

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 Re: How to

 
 by kdeveloper on: Mar 12 2008
 
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Well, why this question? You start as all KDE applications except some specific distributions as could be Debian/Ubuntu, ... as reported here

http://www.ksniffer.org/index.php?section=installation

Simply use:

sudo ksniffer

or

kdesu ksniffer

to start it if you got troubles. KSniffer should detect if your installation is ok or not. Or did you mean where to get a Fedora Core package? Because I don't know if someone is working on a Fedora package... I need packagers too, as said here: http://www.ksniffer.net/index.php?section=faq

Let me know.


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 Re: Re: How to

 
 by linuxcolor on: Mar 12 2008
 
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well , when i use kdesu ksniffer it shows that command ksniffer not found.
i installed it as describe in install file. but there is no installation step for Fedora.
any suggestion ?


\"Linux rules the heart of its users. This is enough a reason why one should embrace Linux\"

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 Re: Re: Re: How to

 
 by kdeveloper on: Mar 12 2008
 
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Well if it doesn't find ksniffer than you you didn't install it. Maybe you lost kdelibs-devel, libpcap-devel, libxml2-devel . If you get a "ksniffer" binary in your source compiled directory it's impossible that when you execute:

make install

to install it you don't find the binary in your PATH


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 kde4 port

 
 by osaks on: Aug 24 2008
 
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Hi, I wonder when do you think to port to qt4? Thanks.


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 Re: kde4 port

 
 by kdeveloper on: Aug 26 2008
 
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Well, I don't know when I will start the KDE4 port. I want to fix some bugs and release some other version with new features too, but I have not too much time to dedicate in this period :( .


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 Re: kde4 port

 
 by kdeveloper on: Aug 28 2008
 
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Do you use KSniffer? Do you like it? bug report? Suggestions? Whishlist? :)


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 KSniffer 1.0

 
 by kdeveloper on: Mar 30 2010
 
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KSniffer 1.0 for KDE 4.4 is coming :)


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