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KConnections

   0.4.0  

KDE Networking Tool

Score 85%
KConnections
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  1953
Submitted:  Dec 6 2007
Updated:  Dec 11 2007

Description:

This is small wrapper for netstat for KDE. It lives in system tray and shows incoming/outgoing connections as popup messages (which don't steel focus from active application), including IP addresses, ports and other. It also has flexible black/white list to ignore some types of connections (WWW for example).

The following services are ignored by default:
* microsoft-ds
* netbios-ssn
* www

It was initially written for myself to monitor ssh, ftp and proxy activity on my machine at work, but it also can monitor many other connection types.




Changelog:

v0.4
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* added tcpkill support (tcpkill requires root privileges,
you should install fix in KConnections' options or run
KConnections via kdesu; user should also know tcpdump expressions)

v0.3.1
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* tiny improvements
* "Notify messages" can be accessed via tray's menu

v0.3
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* added monitor window
* KConnections is now 'KUniqueApplication'
* added white list
* added program name in filters and popup message




LicenseGPL
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 Great app + ideas!

 
 by Baldrun on: Dec 8 2007
 
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How about also adding information gathered by nethogs (http://nethogs.sourceforge.net/) like process ID, device, sent and received KB? That would really be a complete overview.

When I click on the tray icon once the "current connections" window pops up. It would be nice if I could click on the icon again and make the window disappear that way. Right now I have to move my mouse over to the window and click on the "close" button for it to disappear - just a minor inconvenience.

Otherwise I would not mind translating your app into German.


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 tcpkill support?

 
 by bkudria on: Dec 8 2007
 
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Support for killing an individual connection with the tcpkill command from the dsniff suite would be pretty cool, too.


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 I wanted this!

 
 by ilj on: Dec 9 2007
 
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Hey, this is just something I longed for! Yes we all know there are nice cli prorams that can monitor connections and you can script with bash and so on but I was looking for such just a simple yet useful utility for KDE.


Those who do not understand Unix are condemned to reinvent it, poorly.

~ Henry Spencer

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 Well done!

 
 by jirityr on: Dec 9 2007
 
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Thanks for the new version. It seams like it works well! Just few things are missing:

1) Save POSITION of the "Current connections" window.
2) Save size and position of the "Options" window.
3) Add optional dependencies on dsniff (http://monkey.org/~dugsong/dsniff/) to allow to kill connection with tcpkill.


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 Re: Well done!

 
 by CKulT on: Dec 10 2007
 
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1) and 2)

KDE has excellent KWin manager. Use it to save position and size of KConnections' windows. KSquirrel FAQ tells how to do it: http://ksquirrel.sourceforge.net/faq.php


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 Re: Well done!

 
 by CKulT on: Dec 10 2007
 
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3) --

Yes, I need tcpkill functionality for myself. I use tcpkill in console at work to kill unwanted connections. But it is complex task to implement it in GUI due to huge number of tcpdump expressions (tcpkill uses tcpdump expressions). We can

1) Rely on user. Simply create text input box and pass its contents to tcpkill. In this case user should learn tcpdump expressions and exactly know what is he doing. This is easier for me and more complex for user.

2) Implement all tcpdump expressions as GUI elements: checkboxes, linedits etc. This will be easier for user and more complex for me :)

I hope I'll implement the second one in the future.


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 note for suse RPMs

 
 by pupil on: Dec 12 2007
 
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FYI,

KConnections RPM packages in these repos:
http://repos.opensuse.org/home:/dsbhayangkara and http://repos.opensuse.org/KDE:/Community are build without tcpkill support because of that german law thing.

while the package in my website is build with tcpkill support.


http://donnie.110mb.com
http://repos.opensuse.org/home:/dsbhayangkara/

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 KDE4

 
 by peteblack on: Apr 17 2008
 
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Any plans on porting to KDE4?


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