[Snort-users] readable sniffing

Alex Butcher, ISC/ISYS Alex.Butcher at ...11254...
Tue Feb 15 01:01:26 EST 2005


--On 15 February 2005 00:54 +0100 sascha pohflepp <psp at ...13038...> wrote:

> for a project i need a way to sniff packages in a way that it outputs the
> captured information in the most human-readable way possible. i.e.
> stripping away all the technical overhead like IPs and timestamps and the
> like. preferrably it should just display the HTML-content of a website
> for example, or even better just the text without markup-information.
>
> snort was recommended to me for this task (at least the first one). can
> anyone help me in tweaking?

Instead, try taking a look at Ethereal's 'Analyze->Follow TCP Stream' 
function.

> thanks a lot
> sascha

Best Regards,
Alex.
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