Commands tagged mailboxes (3)

  • dsniff is general purpose password sniffer, it handles *lots* of different protocols, but it also handles tcp-style expressions for limiting analyzed traffic - so I can limit it to work on pop3 only. Show Sample Output


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    dsniff -i any 'tcp port pop3'
    depesz · 2010-11-18 09:43:40 0
  • Of course, you can adjust "Maildir" to your config... Show Sample Output


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    find ~/Maildir/ -mindepth 1 -type d | egrep -v '/cur$|/tmp$|/new$' | xargs
    ook · 2009-11-05 14:11:29 0
  • The command is useful for monitoring the use of the boxes and their connection IP. Result file "sniff" is readable with GUI program "wireshark" or through CLI with the command: tcpdump -f "sniff" -XX Show Sample Output


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    tcpdump -i eth0 "tcp port pop3 and ip[40] = 85 and ip[41] = 83" -s 1500 -n -w "sniff"
    ironmarc · 2010-11-18 09:03:08 0

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