[ Tool Work in Progress ] WinSniff – TCP/UDP Sniffer

So I have been working on a packet sniffer for the past few days experimenting with winpcap.

My packet sniffer supports both UDP and TCP protocols which enumerates information such as hardware addresses, IP addresses, Ports and Data Payloads for each packet.

Tools like this can be used extensively for debugging networking applications. You will need Winpcap installed on your computer for this to work.

The below screenshot illustrates the tool in action intercepting both UDP and TCP packets.


Before sniffing can begin you need to select the desired interface by clicking on the interface tab, this will bring up a dialog prompt as follows, and for example my input would be the numeric digit 1


Let me know of any suggestions or help debugging it! I have had one report of it not displaying interfaces in windows 8.

But for XP and windows 7 32 and 64 bit versions it works perfectly.


[ .ZIP / EXE ] Program Executable


~ by Rhys Mossom on March 19, 2014.

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