Commands tagged sniffer (1)

  • Quick OneLiner to sniff for ICMP traffic, proof of concept socket code. Needs root privs to run. Show Sample Output


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    echo "exec(\"import socket, os\nwhile True:\n\tprint (socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_RAW, socket.IPPROTO_ICMP)).recvfrom(65565)\")" | sudo python
    justinf · 2015-05-24 08:19:55 0

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