sniffMyPackets V2: Database or not??

When I started the work on sniffMyPackets version 2 I decided to make it default, to using a database backend. The decision around this was based on trying to get the most out of the pcap files without crowding the Maltego graph. I knew at the time that this means that people who want to […]

sniffMyPackets Version 2 – The Release

If you follow me on Twitter you have probably noticed me bombarding you with tweets about the next release of sniffMyPackets, well today it’s officially released in a Beta format. There is still a lot of work to be done and over the next few weeks/months expect a lot of changes. The purpose of this […]

sniffmypackets v2 – Sneak Peak

So this week I started the long awaited (well on my part) rewrite of sniffmypackets. My initial release was more a voyage of discovery rather than a well thought out application but it did teach me a lot about how to write transforms for Maltego (using Canari Framework) so I felt it was best to […]

sniffmypackets – The Future..

So about a year ago I started work on “sniffMyPackets”, the Maltego transform set (using Canari Framework) for analysing pcap files. I started it for 3 reasons; 1. I’m obsessed with pcap files (I admit it, I’m an addict) 2. I wanted to start writing Python code 3. It sounded like fun At the end […]

Scapy – pcap IP rewrite

Hello reader(s), this is just a quick post to share some new code I wrote tonight, you might find it useful or you might not. So I’ve been trying to think of some new transforms to write for sniffMyPackets and thought it would be cool to take a TCP stream and rewrite the source and […]

sniffMyPackets – The rebirth

Dramatic title I know, but in a sense it’s true. You may be aware that I started writing Maltego transforms for pcap analysis using the awesome Canari Framework. At the time it was a mini project where every time I thought of something “interesting” to find a pcap file I wrote a transform to find […]